The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro run on Android 10 with the EMUI shell. Now the EMUI 11 update is rolling out, but that doesn’t mean the phones will be updated to Android 11.
EMUI 11 update Huawei P30 and P30 Pro
Huawei previously announced its plans when it comes to the rollout of EMUI 11 to devices and tablets. That overview naturally also included the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro and the EMUI update is now rolling out for that. Website HuaweiCentral writes that several users can download the new software on their device.
Of course we checked this on the P30 Pro, but the update was not yet visible there. Have you not seen a notification yet, but do you want to manually check whether the update is ready? Then dive into the settings and go to ‘System and updates’, tap ‘Software update’ and ‘Check for updates’.
The new software layer is separate from the Android version on the devices. So there is still Android 10 present. Unfortunately, you cannot enjoy all the functions that the new Android 11 already has to offer. Because Huawei is dealing with a trade dispute with America and is not allowed to cooperate with Google, we do not know whether this will change.
This is new in EMUI 11
EMUI 11 offers several new features. So you can get started with multi-window and split-screen options. This makes multitasking a lot nicer. In addition, a device with EMUI 11 is getting smarter thanks to artificial intelligence, which keeps an eye on your use.
The interface has also been significantly adjusted, the animations have been made more flexible, new always-on functions have been added and you have more options to adjust all this yourself. If you want to know more about all the new possibilities, check out our article about EMUI 11, where we go deeper into all the possibilities.
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