The Huawei Mate 40 Series lineup was recently launched with EMUI 11, and now is the time to bring the latest Huawei interface to older devices as well. It seems that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro that was launched last year will be among the first to receive the new update.
However, do not raise your hopes, this does not bring with it official magic support for the Google application, nor does it upgrade the Android version, the latest EMUI 11 interface from Huawei is still based on Android 10, and this means that the Huawei Mate phone will not be upgraded. 30 Pro to Android 11. Naturally, this has something to do with the ban imposed on Huawei by the US government.
Returning to the update, EMUI 11 was announced on the tenth day of last September, and while it is still based on Android 10, it brings a number of visual changes and many new features. In fact, this new interface is considered a mixture of Android and HarmonyOS as some components and technology have been transferred from the Chinese company’s operating system.
In fact, Wang Chenglu hinted that this might be the last release of EMUI ROM before it was replaced by HarmonyOS also known as HongMeng OS. Some smartphones that got EMUI 11 may be able to run Huawei’s operating system next year, but the company hasn’t announced a roadmap for that yet.
Generally speaking, EMUI 11 update for the Huawei Mate 30 Pro carries the architecture number EMUI 18.104.22.168 with a size of 3.18 GB. As always, it may take several days or a few weeks for this update to make its way to all Huawei Mate 30 Pro owners around the world.