List of Huawei Devices to Receive EMUI 9.1 Update

List of Huawei Devices to receive EMUI 9.1 update has been made available by Huawei in total of 49 in total. However, new smartphones being launched this days comes with the EMUI 9.1 version.

Notably, the EMUI 9.1 custom UI is running on Huawei P30 pro and is being pushed out to older smartphones. Huawei released a total of 49 smartphones that would receive the EMUI 9.1 upgrade. The new custom UI brings new features to older smartphones.

List Of Huawei Phones to Receive EMUI 9.1 Update.

  1. Huawei Mate 20
  2. Mate 20 Pro
  3. Mate 20 X
  4. Mate 20 Porsche Design edition
  5. Mate 10
  6. Mate 10 Pro
  7. Mate 10 Porsche Design
  8. Mate RS Porsche Design
  9. Mate 9
  10. Mate 9 Pro
  11. Mate 9 Porsche Design
  12. P20
  13. P20 Pro
  14. P10
  15. P10 Plus
  16. Nova 4
  17. Nova 3
  18. Nova 3i
  19. Honor 8A
  20. Honor 8X
  21. Nova 2s
  22. Honor 7
  23. Honor 10
  24. Honor V10 and a few others.
  25. Nova 4e
  26. Nova 3e
  27. Enjoy 9 Plus
  28. Enjoy 8 Plus
  29. Enjoy Max
  30. Enjoy 9s.
  31. MediaPad M5 Lite
  32. MediaPad M5 Lite
  33. MediaPad M5
  34. Honor Tab 5 and a few other tablets.
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Features of EMUI 9.1 include new themes and fresh icons. It also comes with Huawei’s super file system that saves 14 percent of space by advanced compression algorithms and improves read performance by 20 percent.

Furthermore, there is no word on the availability of these updates at the moment but faster rollout for Mate 20 phones which are currently in the public beta phase are expected soon.



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