EMUI 11: Huawei launches update rollout on P30 and P30 Pro

EMUI 11 lands on the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. After several weeks of beta testing, the Chinese manufacturer is launching the deployment of the update in the final and stable version on the two flagship smartphones of 2019. We explain how to install the firmware as soon as it is available in Europe.

The Huawei P30 Pro

True to its deployment schedule, Huawei has just signed the launch of the EMUI 11 update in final version. A few weeks ago, the Chinese group indeed deployed EMUI 11 on the Huawei P40, P40 Pro and the Mate 30 Pro. Unsurprisingly, Huawei continues its momentum with two high-end smartphones launched in 2019, the P30 and P30 Pro.

According to our colleagues from Huawei Central, the Chinese firm has just launched the deployment of the stable version to users registered in the beta program in China. Huawei opened the EMUI 11 beta program to the P30 / P30 Pro during the month of October. Several users with a smartphone under EMUI 10.1 were also able to install the update to EMUI 11.

How to install EMUI 11 update on Huawei P30 / P30 Pro?

In view of Huawei’s deployment habits, we can expect the firmware to be offered in the weeks or even days to come in Europe, and in particular in France. Huawei has therefore taken a little lead on the dates of its calendar. To monitor whether the update is already available on your P30 / P30 Pro, we invite you to follow the maneuver below:

  • Go to the Settings your P30 or P30 Pro
  • Go to the section System
  • Then press Software update
  • Finally, click on Check for updates
  • Press on Download and install

Before starting the update, we advise you to plug your smartphone into an outlet and back up your data for security. Among the flagship new features of EMUI 11, there is an interface based on Android 10, a screen Customizable Always On Display, smoother animations and a new multi-window mode. Finally, the firmware includes Several clues showing that Huawei is preparing to replace Android with Harmony OS, his home mobile OS. For example, the update removes the green Android logo and erases several mentions from Google’s mobile OS.

Source: Huawei Central