EMUI 11 is the new version of Huawei’s interface, which was officially presented in September. Since its announcement, various phones of the brand have updated to this new version of their interface. In November, the manufacturer itself announced that it would update its phones in Europe to this version. The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will be the next to be updated.
Upgrade to EMUI 11 for Huawei P30 and P30 Pro started in several countries in Europe. The two high-end models of the Chinese brand last year thus obtain all the novelties of this new version of the interface.
EMUI 11 reaches Huawei phones in Europe: models and dates
Huawei confirms the arrival of EMUI 11 in Europe, which will first launch on 14 phones, whose deployment dates have already been confirmed.
EMUI 11 arrives on the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro
In recent weeks, various models from the brand’s catalog have been updated to EMUI 11, like the Mate 40 and Mate 30. It was a matter of time before. the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro should also have access also with this update, something is already happening.
The update rollout has started in various European countries, like the UK, as well as countries in the Middle East. According to the roadmap that Huawei shared in November, this update is expected to reach these phones in Europe in the first quarter of 2021, possibly in January. It is not known if this date will be brought forward, now that the update is progressing in Europe.
With this update, owners of a Huawei P30 or P30 Pro will be able to enjoy all the news that the brand introduced in EMUI 11. Functions such as the customization of Always on Display, improvements in application permissions, better integration between tones and vibrations, or even improvements in its gallery will be available for these two high-end models.
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