June 18, 2019: The Mate 10 Lite is receiving June 2019 security patches in China. The update is available as EMUI 184.108.40.2068 and you must be coming from EMUI 220.127.116.117 in order to receive the OTA download notification.
Just to be clear, this update is currently seeding to model RNE-AL00 of the Mate 10 Lite.
March 28, 2019: Huawei has a new update for the Chinese variant of the Mate 10 Lite, which goes by the name Maimang 6 in China and Honor 9i in India.
The update, which is arriving as EMUI 18.104.22.1686, contains plenty of changes. First is the latest March 2019 security patch and the emergency SOS feature. To enable SOS, press the power button five times in a row and your phone will then send your exact location with latitude and longitude coordinates to your contacts multiple times.
Mate 10 Lite users in China now have fixed 4-digit and 6-digit lock screen PIN options and a new battery report feature courtesy of B366. The same update also fixes the issue where Find My Phone would occasionally fail at night; updates the pre-downloaded songs to better cater to your preference; prompts the user when a recording has been finished successfully (touch it to go to the recording); optimizes the display of certain interfaces; and improves call answering performance in Baidu and AutoNavi navigation.
Also, the screen will not turn off as long as it recognizes there is a face in the camera viewfinder after the update is installed.
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For all the latest software news and updates about Huawei Mate 10 Lite, also known as Honor 9i (India) or Maimang 6 (China), this page has it all. Here, you’ll find info on major OS upgrades, minor updates that include monthly security patches, and even info on unofficial updates as provided by the busy Android development community.
Huawei Mate 10 Lite update timeline
|18 June 2019||22.214.171.1248 | Android 8.0||June 2019 security patch|
|27 Mar 2019||126.96.36.1996 | Android 8.0||March 2019 security patch, adds the emergency SOS feature; adds the fixed 4-digit and 6-digit lock screen PIN options; Adds the battery report feature; Fixes the issue where Find My Phone would occasionally fail at night; Updates the pre-downloaded songs to better cater to your preference; Screen will not turn off as long as it recognizes there is a face in the viewfinder; Prompts the user when a recording has been finished successfully, touch it to go to the recording; Optimizes the display of certain interfaces; and Improves call answering performance in Baidu and AutoNavi navigation.|
|28 Sep 2018||188.8.131.524 | Android 8.0||September 2018 security update|
|18 Sep 2018||184.108.40.2060 | Android 8.0||Installs GPU Turbo, call recording, and more|
|30 April 2018||220.127.116.110 | Android 8.0||Installs Android 8.0 Oreo stable update|
|05 Feb 2018||18.104.22.168 | Android 7.0||Fixes for YouTube flickering and camera stability under low-light conditions, and January 2018 security patch|
Huawei Mate 10 Lite Android 9 Pie update
- Android Pie expected in Q2 or Q3 2019
- Beta available in China
- It’ll be the second major OS upgrade
At launch, the Mate 10 Lite came preinstalled with Android 7.0 Nougat and has since been upgraded to Android 8.0 Oreo. Like the flagship Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, the Mate 10 Lite will go past Oreo. The device is already testing Pie in China, the second major OS upgrade.
Given that the second major OS upgrade arrived on the Mate 9 Lite (aka Honor 6X) in Q3 2018, it’s possible that the story could repeat itself, where the Pie update would arrive on the Mate 10 Lite in Q3, if not Q2 2019.