Despite the tensions between the United States government and Chinese manufacturing company, Huawei, the OEM is still going extra lengths to awe fans and detractors alike.
As of the time of this writing, Huawei has made the announcement to roll out EMUI 9.0 update for the P10 series, Mate 9 series, Mate RS, Mate 20 Lite, P20 series, Mate 10 series and the Nova series.
The EMUI 9.0, built on Android Pie, offers quite a few software tweaks to enhance user experience on Honor and Huawei devices unlike the orthodox Android Pie phones. It comes with the Huawei Share Features, password vault, SD card Backups as well as the new navigation gestures, present and correct, and so much more you can check on the EMUI 9.0 dedicated microsite.
In an official statement released by the second biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world, Huawei claims 80 million users globally have upgraded their phones from EMUI 8.x to the EMUI 9.0, and by the end of this month, the number of users with the upgrade would be in the least, 100 million globally.
The update will be available to the Mate 9 and P10 in a few days.
With the trade war still ongoing between China and the United states, coupled with the specific ban on all Huawei products, this might be the last full Android release that many Huawei or Honor Phones might get for a while.
It is advisable that all Huawei users get the update sooner than later because it is not certain if the two parties might reach a compromise anytime soon.