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Global version of the Huawei P10 gets Android Pie update

Changelog of the EMUI 9.0 update for the P10

Not all manufacturers update previous generation smartphones with the latest version of Android. The older the phone gets, the less assurance you get that it’s going to get updated. We just got word that Android 9.0-based EMUI 9.0 is hitting the two-year-old international edition of the Huawei P10. So, if you have one of these, you might expect the update to head your way. What would be missing though is the GPU Turbo 2.0 update. This is supposed to bring higher frame rates and reduced input latency to a selection of games, which include NBA 2K18, Arena of Valor, Vainglory, and Rules of Survival.

Source: Revu


Huawei P10 and P10 Plus get Android Oreo through beta release

Huawei seems to be following the trend of releasing Android’s latest operating system through beta updates. This time, it’s bringing Android Oreo to its P10 and P10 Plus devices. Huawei Mobile Romania posted on Facebook looking for owners of these two devices with software versions VTR-L09C432B180, VTR-L29C432B180, VKY-L09C432B181, and VKY-L29C432B181. It seems these devices will be getting access to Oreo first. If you have this, you’ll still need to download Huawei’s beta app and login with a Huawei ID. When you join, you’ll immediately get an over-the-air update. You can also opt out of the beta program through the app.

As a reminder, if you rely heavily on your phone, there is a risk using beta software. But if you’re willing to take the risk, you do get early access to some new features such as a EMIU 8.0, floating navigation dock, new look for the settings menu, and a 30-day recycling bin for the gallery. The update is pretty sizable at 2.61GB.

Source: Android Police


Review: Huawei P10

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The most surprising smartphone of 2017 isn't made by Samsung or by Apple. It's not even the enigmatic Essential Phone or the Pixel 2.

I'm talking about the Huawei P10. This is a 5.1-inch device that's designed along the lines of the iPhone 7 (or iPhone 8). 

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Huawei P10 wins Best smartphone camera 2017/2018 award from EISA 

Huawei has earned a new award from the European Image and Sound Association (EISA) - The Huawei P10 has been named ‘EISA Smartphone Camera 2017-2018.’ This award recognizes Huawei’s commitment to quality, design and performance and builds on the company’s track record of introducing stylish, powerful, award-winning devices. 

The Huawei P10 is defintely a sleeper. It is sized just right at 5.1-inches but with a slim profile featuring dual cameras usually found in larger smartphones. Co-developed with Leica, the P10 has a 20 MP Monochrome + 12 MP RGB camera with a F2.2 aperture, the Front Camera is an 8 MP  shooter with AF, F1.9. It is available off contract for $649 without a contract. Preliminary testing has shown it is indeed a formidable camera and an above average Android smartphone.

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