Huawei continues to allow the current smartphone to be upgraded to EMUI 9.0.

Huawei continues to upgrade software Provide a better user experience for consumers continuously The latest upgrade to EMUI 9.0 for current smartphones To demonstrate Huawei’s commitment to software upgrades and add value to consumers.

The EMUI 9.0 upgrade will be used for the current version of smartphones previously released, such as Mate 9 and P10, which are available after the end of 2016 with EMUI 9.0. Huawei customers around the world will be able to enjoy the experience that best Huawei is committed to providing a seamless experience for users. And continue to develop the operating system.

EMUI 9.0 software is characterized by a user interface (UI), a processing system that allows users to use naturally. With gesture control mode (Gesture Navigation) to create convenience Especially when using the full-screen display mode In addition, it also increases fluidity performance. To use more continuously With GPU Turbo 2.0 technology, all of which Will give you a new experience Let Huawei users enjoy And enjoy more with smartphones

Huawei has collected data up to June 3, 2019. The number of users who have upgraded from EMUI 8.X to EMUI 9.0 has already reached more than 80 million people worldwide. And continue to increase Huawei has estimated that users of EMUI 9.0 will increase to 100 million by the end of June.

  • Huawei Smartphone Which is open for upgrading to EMUI 9.0 in Thailand, including Mate 10 / Mate 10 Pro / P20 / P20 Pro / Mate RS / Nova 3 / Mate 9 / Mate 9 Pro / P10 / P10 Pro / Nova 3i / Y9 2019
  • Which if not yet upgraded to EMUI 9.0 can be upgraded by following the instructions on the smartphone by going to Settings> Software Updates.

Shop staff and Huawei service centres can also help with upgrades.

  • The time for notification to upgrade to the new EMUI 9.0 will vary from country to country.
  • Huawei smartphone users Can check the current version of EMUI that is currently available on the device by going to Settings> System> About Phone.

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