It has not been very long since Huawei announced EMUI 9.1 and now the company has announced a list of 49 smartphone models that are slated to get the update soon. The list of smartphones is mentioned below in order of the release plans that the company has for them. With the update, Huawei will be introducing new features like waking up the voice assistant on long press of the power button, update for the GPU Turbo 3.0 which will bring 10 percent reduction in battery consumption and will also help in optimizing the overall system.
The first line of the smartphones receiving the update includes Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20 X, and Mate 20 Porsche Design edition, which will be featuring public beta. As we are aware, Huawei Mate 20 series has already been subjected to this update recently along with April security patch. The update brought features like incoming call videos for contacts, HiVoice optimizations, and few other bug fixes.
Moreover, the second category of devices eligible to be subjected to internal testing for the closed beta includes Mate 10 series, the Mate 9 series, the P20 series, and the P10 series models. The list also includes Nova 4, Nova 3, Nova 3i, Honor 8A, Honor 8X, Nova 2s, Honor 7, Honor 10, Honor V10 and few more.
While the final list of the smartphones expected to receive the update includes Nova 4e, Nova 3e, Enjoy 9 Plus, Enjoy 8 Plus, Enjoy Max, Enjoy 9s, Enjoy 7s, Enjoy 9e, Honor 9 Lite, Honor 8X Max, Honor 20i, Honor 9i, Honor Play. Huawei has also included tablet models like the MediaPad M5 Lite (10.1 inches), MediaPad M5 Lite (8.0 inches), MediaPad M5 (10.3 inches), Honor Tab 5 along with a few more tablets in the list of devices that will receive the update.
The complete changelog would be known once the update has started rolling out to these handsets. Recently, the open beta for Mate 20 series was also announced and other devices can be expected to follow suit, according to the listing.
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