Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Nova 3 Android Pie coming soon in India

January 5th, 2019   decode   news Tags: , ,

Huawei p20 pro and huawei nova 3 android pie coming soon in india

Huawei recently started rolling out Android Pie on several products all around the world. Currently it is Last but not least the moment for the Indian units of the Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Nova 3. The company has teased the arrival of the final Android Pie update for these two high-end telephones through a post from its formal accounts in various social networks. The article includes an picture which lists the Android Pie update as “coming soon” for both the smartphones in India. Note that, despite India being one of the most profitable markets for the Chinese company, it is not the initial region to Take the update.

Even in a country as low as Italy, the update started rolling out days ago. Unfortunately, the manufacturer determined not to disclose the exact same date after Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Nova 3 will start getting the update in India. However we believe only a several days are separating us from the final roll out. Given that both the handsets are equipped with the octa-core Kirin 970 chipset, there is a high possibility that all the other Kirin 970-powered Huawei devices will purchase the Android Pie update in the near future. We are not only referring to Huawei smartphones, but In addition several ones by its sub-brand Honor.

Together the native function of Android Pie, the update for Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Nova 3 brings the new variant of Huawei’s custom user interface: EMUI 9. Thanks to this UI, there will be tons of new exclusive options for these devices. Among the most important ones, there is a brand fresh graphic, menu navigation based on gestures comfortable for full-panel smartphones, a Google Lens-like function called HiVision for picture search, Paytm integration and more. There will also be the new GPU Turbo 2.0 tech and PC Mode.

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