upgrade to EMUI 10.1 available


Huawei continues to honor its commitment to update many of its devices to EMUI 10.1. The last thing we tell you about at MovilZona is that the Chinese firm had changed some upgrade plans to this new version, which left its arrival to certain models somewhat up in the air. However, Huawei is being faithful to the calendar marked something that users appreciate. Today’s lucky one is the Huawei Mate 20 X in its 4G variant, that you are receiving the notice to update.

Although the first glimpses of EMUI 11 are on the horizon, the truth is that many Huawei phones have yet to test the honeys of EMUI 10 and EMUI 10.1. The latest version arrives with news that polishes the first version of the cape, including a better performance and security improvements.

Its main news

In the case of Mate 20 X, Huawei has started to release its update global stable to EMUI 10.1. This comes after the first wave of updates in China. Specifically, the terminal will have a renewed AOD, the new fingerprint animation, smart charging or the Huawei browser, in addition to the important Android security patch of June 2020, which protects the device against the latest known threats.

huawei mate 20 x with emui 10.1

As usual, the Mate 20 X is receiving this update via OTA and progressively. Therefore, if you have not yet received the notice, you can prepare your terminal for its arrival, since the patch is labeled with the number of version and is 4.55 GB in size. Recall that the Mate 20 X in its 4G version, is an impressive terminal with a 7.2-inch OLED screen, Kirin 980 processor and a triple rear camera of 40-8-20 megapixels. It has up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, as well as a 4,200 mAh battery with 22.5W fast charge.

The Mate 20 family with EMUI 10.1

With this release it closes almost completely the Mate 20 family circle with EMUI 10.1, Since terminals such as Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro or Mate 20 X 5G, have already received this update in most markets. The notice to update should jump on Spanish devices at any time, but if not, we can always try to force the update through HiCare. It should also be remembered that the terminal must have enough space to proceed with the update and have at least 30% battery.

Written by David Girao

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