First EMUI 10.1 update for Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro 5G with camera improvements is now live

Huawei has started seeding the EMUI 10.1 airborne update to its Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro 5G.  The update is carrying the May 2020 security patch and currently being rolled out in China.

The latest OTA comes with version number The update brings some new features like Knuckle gesture to the device. It also focuses on the camera department. Some optimization has been done which should improve the camera performance of the device.

As per the earlier reports, the update is currently being rolled in Indonesia OTA (Over-the-air). Just like any other update, it has been rolled out in a phased manner, so it may take up to a few days for the update to be available on all handsets. For full changelog check below.

CHANGELOG: Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro 5G EMUI


Split-screen mode can help you multitask by separating your screen into two panes, allowing you to display and operate two different apps simultaneously.

Take a screenshot

Knock twice on the screen with a knuckle to take a screenshot.

Capture part of the screen

Knock and draw an enclosed area with a knuckle to capture part of the screen.

Record screen

Knock twice on the screen with two knuckles to start or end a screen recording.

Split screen

Firmly draw a line across the screen with a knuckle to enter the split-screen mode.


New camera continuous shooting function is added. Long press the shutter to take photos continuously to get the most exciting photo; optimize the camera to take photos Effect, improved imaging quality.


Integrates Android security patches released in May 2020 for improved system security.

Manual OTA Update Guide

Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro 5G

  1. Meanwhile, you can manually check for the update. If you own the device, you can manually check for the update, Go to System > Software update > Check for updates.
  2. There is another way to update, open HiCare app > Update > Check for updates.

Steps to enable Knuckle Gestures

Go to Settings > Accessibility features > Shortcuts & gestures to enable Take a screenshot, Record screen, and Split screen.


Dibyashree Sharma
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Dibyashree Sharma graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela. For the past eight years, she has been blogging about Android, which she is really passionate about. She has built a good reputation as a reliable source. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

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