Huawei may have unveiled its latest flagships, the P30, and P30 Pro, but that doesn’t mean the company forgets older smartphone. The Chinese manufacturer has started rolling out Android 9.0 (Pie) to the Huawei P10 Android Pie update, the top device from 2017.
Huawei P10 Android Pie update available
The Android Police website announced that the Huawei P10 is currently being updated with an Android Pie. The latest version is gradually being rolled out globally, which means it can take a while before users in the United States can get started.
The update weighs more than 3GB and brings with it the necessary changes for the design of EMUI (Huawei’s Android skin). In addition, you can, of course, get started with all other innovations from Pie, such as Adaptive Battery, Adaptive Brightness and Digital Welfare.
The Huawei P10 was released in early 2017 and ran at the release on Android Nougat. In March last year, the phone was updated to Android 8.0 (Oreo), and now it’s time for Pie. It looks like this is the last major update for the P10, although Huawei will probably continue to release security patches. Do you have Android Pie on your P10? Then let us know in the comments below!
New smartphones from Huawei
The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro, announced this week in Paris, run by default on Android 9.0 (Pie) and it is likely that the phones will receive at least two major Android updates. In this case, this would be upgraded to Android Q and Android R.
Golobal Tech has written a preview of the P30 Pro and you can read the conclusion below. The extensive review will follow next week. The P30 will cost 749 euros, for the P30 Pro, Huawei requires 999 euros.
With the P30 Pro, Huawei introduces a flagship that does not seem to fall short at any point. The periscopic zoom is a useful improvement and shows that Huawei can continue to innovate even after the excellent Mate 20 Pro. The cameras offer many possibilities and are more versatile than ever. In that respect, Huawei seems to be able to compete in the absolute top segment.
Furthermore, the Chinese manufacturer is taking steps forward with the design and the hardware is back in order. Also the super-fast charging, which we know from the Mate series and is therefore not completely new, we find a great feature. All this comes with a price tag: the Huawei P30 Pro costs 999 euros and is therefore 100 euros more expensive than its predecessor. You can read in the extensive review that will appear on Golobal Tech next month whether or not Huawei is betting too high.