Last month Huwaei said that 10 million phones are already running the Android 10-based EMUI 10. Today, the company took it to Weibo to mark another milestone – 50,000,000 devices from all across the world are on the latest user interface, after a massive OTA update push to global units earlier this month.
EMUI 10 was initially introduced on August 9 in China with a system-wide Dark Mode, more responsive interface and faster hardware thanks to some boosters like GPU Turbo 3.0.
Huawei also revealed all EMUI 10 devices will be able to link seamlessly to computers for file exchange and screen mirroring.
Huawei’s latest flagships are absent from western markets, but it didn’t stop the company to record impressive growth in 2019 – nearly 20% more devices sold and 18% total increase in revenue, compared with 2018.
It is good to know that all phones that already have Google Services will keep their access, but, sadly, the Mate 30, Honor V30 and nova 6 lineups will have to go without them even if they are also on EMUI 10.