Android 10 based on EMUI 10.0 for Huawei P30 Lite now sending


Huawei is still pushing most of her smartphones to EMUI 10.0, which is based on the latest Google Android 10. The most recent device to receive this update was the Y9 Prime 2019. And now Huawei has now started rolling out the same update to its P30 Lite smartphone as well, which brings all the features and goodies of the EMUI 10 as well as Android 10 for the Huawei P30 Lite.


Huawei P30 Lite Review

The latest update weighs in at 3.93GB and shifts the build number of the device to version To check if your device is getting this update, just head over to Settings > About phone > System update, and perform an update refresh, that is if not done automatically. Alternatively, you can also check the update by heading to the HiCare app on your device to check the status of the fresh software.

Some of the features to expect after the updates includes; rounded UI icons, new animations, a multi-screen UI, system-wide dark mode, 1080P FHD video calling, new HiCar UI, native interconnection between smartphones and PCs and large texts and grid spaces. In addition to new UI elements, EMUI 10 also brings Huawei’s Android Auto replacement – HiCar.

Huawei P30 Lite Specifications features and price

In case you have forgotten, the Huawei P30 Lite features a 6.15-inch Full HD+ display with 2312 x 1080 pixels resolution and tall 19.5:9 ratio. It is powered by 2.2GHz octa-core processor with Mali-G51 GPU, and available either with 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage. There is a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel.

For the camera, Huawei P30 Lite features a triple rear camera with a combination of 24-megapixel, 8-megapixel wide-angle lens and 2-megapixel depth sensor. For the front, there is a 32-megapixel selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture. The phone has a 3,340 mAh battery with 18W fast-charging and it runs on Android 9 Pie and EMUI 9.0.1.

Stephen Ekpa
Stephen Ekpa
Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.


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