Android 9 Foot is coming little by little to many devices in this last part of 2018. The new version of the operating system comes with new features and increasingly more terminals that take advantage of it. The lucky ones of the moment are the devices of Huawei and Honor that you will begin to receive Android Foot from the month of December.
there Are several devices Huawei, and Honor that will receive Android Walk in the month of December. The deployment of this update via OTA Android 9 has already kicked off in China and will soon undertake in the rest of the world. Below we will tell you what are the devices that will get the latest update of Google’s operating system.
Mobile Huawei and Honor that will receive Android Walk in December
- Huawei P20
- Huawei P20 Pro
- Huawei Mate 10
- Huawei Mate 10 Pro
- Huawei Mate 10 Porsche Design
- Honor 10
- Honor V10
- Honor Play
Currently the stable version of EMUI 9 (220.127.116.11) is available on the Huawei Mate 20 from China. In addition, it has also come to mobile phones that are registered in the program betas of Huawei.
Before getting to the rest of the world, the EMUI 9 will be appearing over the next few weeks on devices of all the chinese territory. What is more likely is that in countries such as Spain, the terminals receive the OTA at the end of November or early December. Although we have not confirmed a date, we know that the update will come sooner rather than later to our mobile.
Huawei joins the list of firms that decided to take the plunge and update their devices with Android 9 Foot. OnePlus, for example, already have their flagship running Android 9.0 Foot from the month of September. It is not much of a surprise that now Huawei wants to ride on their terminals, the operating system of the moment. All firms will do what is necessary to have their smarphones to the last cry.
Be that as it may, there is no other option than to be patient and wait for the Android update 9.0 Walk to finish getting to the other regions of the world. Quiet, you’re going to have your portion of the foot when you least expect it.