These Huawei smartphones will still reportedly get an upgrade to Android Q
A new report lists down a number of Huawei’s existing smartphone who are set to receive an upgrade to the Google’s next Android version, Android Q.
The new report which comes through a China-based news outlet, Gizmochina, mentions that Huawei has started Beta testing of its next Android-based skin for smartphones, EMUI 10. The EMUI 10 skin, which is based on Android version Q, also has an initial version available for downloads by Pro-users. The initial version of Android Q will first be released to the smartphones who are enrolled in the Beta program by the OS. Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro is included on the list.
Several notable smartphones from the company are added to the list including the flagship Huawei P30 models. The list includes the following smartphones.
- Huawei P30
- P30 Pro
- P30 Lite
- Mate 20
- Mate 20 Pro
- Mate 20 X 5G
- P20 Pro
- P Smart 2019,
- P Smart Plus 2019
- P Smart Z
Huawei is facing a severe cutout from a majority of US companies including Google. Google just recently ended its Android agreement with the Chinese company and immediately removed Huawei’s access to the famous Android operating system. The cut-off was due to a trade blacklist by the US government which was later relaxed temporarily.
In order to survive in the smartphone market, Huawei reported starting focusing on its indigenous operating system. To be called HongMengOS, the operating system is said to be about 60% faster compared to the Android operating system.