Huawei EMUI 10 2020 schedule: EMUI 10 beta for next set of smartphones

The Chinese tech giant Huawei has already started rolling out the EMUI 10 update to all of its eligible devices. Google has launched the Android 10 in September 2019 after providing a couple of Developer Preview builds for some specific device models to taste it out. Now, the year 2020 has begun and this year Huawei will deliver EMUI 10 beta to plenty of devices in batches. Here we have provided Huawei EMUI 10 2020 schedule that includes EMUI 10 beta for next set of smartphones.

The company has already confirmed this device list for the EMUI 10 beta testing program. Therefore, all the interested and eligible beta testers can easily upgrade their devices to the EMUI 10 beta based on the Android 10 version via OTA updates. This will help the developers and the company to figure out most of the bugs, performance issues, missing features, and stability issues as well. So, the users can get a stable EMUI 10 update (Android Q) on their devices by 2020 in an incremental mode.

Now, without further ado, check out the list of Huawei and Honor devices below.

Huawei EMUI 10 2020 Schedule

According to the reports, Huawei has planned the internal beta testing for the eligible devices.

February 2020 (Q1):

  • Huawei Nova 5 (EMUI 10)
  • Huawei Nova 5i Pro (EMUI 10)
  • Huawei Nova 5Z (EMUI 10)
  • Honor 20S (Magic UI 3.0)

March 2020 (Q1):

  • Huawei Nova 5 (EMUI 10)
  • Huawei Enjoy 10S (EMUI 10)
  • Honor 20 Youth Edition (EMUI 10)

Public Beta Program:

Huawei has already released the EMUI 10 Public Beta Program for Huawei Nova 4, Honor V10, Honor 10, and Huawei MediaPad M6 tablet models in China. Now, the company will soon roll-out the stable update.

Please Note: This EMUI 10 beta recruitment schedule is only for Chinese variant users of Huawei and Honor. The Global beta or stable version of the EMUI 10 release date isn’t officially available yet.

Meanwhile, you can install EMUI 10 with the HiCare app.

Source: HuaweiCentral

Ravis Sharma
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