These are the Huawei phones that will be updated to EMUI 12

List of Huawei phones that will be updated to EMUI 12

If you thought that with the arrival of HarmonyOS, the Chinese brand will abandon its customization layer for Android, you are wrong. Despite the fact that Huawei has been hit hard in the international market, the brand continues to show its commitment to users outside of China.

In this way, users were surprised to announce a new update to EMUI, the personalization layer used by Huawei phones. EMUI 12 was presented a few months ago with all the news that this new version brings. Now, the Chinese tech giant has revealed which phones will be updated and when you can enjoy EMUI 12.

This update will reach 28 mobile phones, some of which have more than three years in the market. EMUI 12 comes with an interface that is very similar to HarmonyOS, which shows its intention to provide users with the experience of using the new Huawei operating system.

Now, it is important to know that only the personalization layer will be updated. No update has been announced for the Android 12 version of these phones. With all this in mind, the Huawei phones that will be updated to EMUI 12 are the following:

  1. – Huawei Mate 40 Pro
  2. – Huawei P40 Pro+ / P40 Pro / P40
  3. – Huawei Mate XS
  4. – Huawei Mate 30 Pro / Mate 30
  5. – Huawei P30
  6. – Huawei Mate 20 Pro / Mate 20 RS / Mate 20 X 5G /Mate 20
  7. – Huawei P20 Pro / P20
  8. – Huawei Mate 10 / Mate 10 Pro / Mate 10 Porsche Design
  9. – Huawei Nova 7 / Nova 7 SE / Nova 7i
  10. – Huawei Nova 5T
  11. – Huawei Nova 4 / Nova 4e
  12. – Huawei Y9 Prime 2019
  13. – Huawei Y9s
  14. – Huawei Y8p

As you can see from the list, Huawei has included its flagship phones in this update, but it has not forgotten some of its most successful mid-range mobiles globally. This is good news for users who are still using the Android smartphones built by the brand before the ban on them.

Huawei itself has confirmed that these phones will receive EMUI 12 in early 2022 through the image above