Here is the official list of Huawei devices to get the EMUI 10.1 Update


EMUI 10.1

Huawei’s latest EMUI system update arrived with the Huawei P40 series sometime last month. The latest EMUI 10.1 update is based on Android 10 and a number of Huawei devices already have thus update (closed beta update). However, at the launch event of the Huawei nova 7 series yesterday, the company officially announced the list of devices to get this update. The complete list of eligible devices has 22 smartphones.

EMUI 10.1

See the list of Huawei devices which are eligible to get the EMUI 10.1 update below

EMUI 10.1 update list

Huawei P30 Series

Huawei P30
P30 Pro

Huawei Mate 30 Series

Huawei Mate 30 4G
Hauewi Mate 30 Pro 4G
Huawei Mate 30 5G
Mate 30 Pro 5G
Mate 30 RS Porsche Design

Huawei Mate 20 Series

Huawei Mate 20
Mate 20 Pro
Mate 20X 4G
Huawei Mate 20X 5G
Mate 20 RS Porsche Design

Huawei Mate X Series

Huawei Mate X
Mate Xs

Huawei Nova 6 Series

Huawei Nova 6
Nova 6 5G
Huawei Nova 6 SE

Huawei Nova 5 Series

Nova 5
Huawei Nova 5 Pro
Nova 5i
Huawei Nova 5i Pro
Nova 5Z

As of now, the list does not contain Honor’s devices to get the update. This is because the launch event is for a Huawei phone thus it concentrated on Huawei devices to get the update. Nevertheless, with Huawei’s list out, Honor will release its own list soon. I guess we know that Honor devices come with Magic UI and the EMUI 10.1 is the same as Magic UI 3.1 with a few tweaks.

Of course, most of the devices on the list above is already part of the EMUI 10.1 closed beta update. However, with this list now public, beta builds will become available soon. Stable versions will follow up a few weeks later.  Unfortunately, this list only refers to the Chinese versions of these smartphones. However, we expect the company to release the update to global users pretty soon.

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