April 19, 2019: A new update is rolling out to the Mate 20 in China as EMUI 220.127.116.11, which improves the system stability in certain scenarios and fixes bugs here and there.
The update, the first stable EMUI 9.1 version to arrive as an upgrade from EMUI 9.0, also has plenty of other stuff on board, among them, support for long-pressing the power button to trigger HiVoice digital assistant, GPU Turbo technology, and April 2019 security patches.
There is even more to the update, as captured in the screengrabs below, but still, doesn’t justify the massive 4.56GB file size.
The update is arriving over the air, but you need at least EMUI 18.104.22.168 installed to receive the download notification. Just so you know, the update is available for models HMA-AL00 and HMA-TL00.
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For the latest Huawei Mate 20 software update news, this page has everything you need. We’ve put together both major and minor software update news, their changelogs, alongside their release dates. The page will also bring you unofficial software update news from various corners of the Android community.
Huawei Mate 20 update timeline
|Date||EMUI version & Android OS||Changelog|
|19 Apr 2019||22.214.171.124 | Android 9||Stable EMUI 9.1 update with April 2019 security patch, support for long-pressing the power button to trigger HiVoice digital assistant, GPU Turbo technology, PC continuity for sharing content with Matebook, displaying third-party app notifications when display is off, motion sensing games, incoming call videos for contacts, and improves system stability in certain scenarios (China)|
|11 Apr 2019||126.96.36.199 | Android 9||Installs EMUI 9.1 beta, April 2019 security patch, adds support for displaying messages of third-party apps when the screen is off, Allows you to press and hold the Power button for a second to launch HiVoice, Huawei’s GPU Turbo acceleration technology now supports dozens of more games, allowing you to enjoy an improved gaming experience (China)|
|15 Mar 2019||188.8.131.52 | Android 9||The new update adds multiple green apps and simplifies settings and options of the device (China)|
|08 Mar 2019||184.108.40.206 | Android 9||February 2019 security patch|
|24 Jan 2019||220.127.116.11 | Android 9||Turns on the automatic watermark switch and automatically add the Leica watermark, Folder layout updated to 3×4 format when using the rear camera recording for a better experience, bug fixes, and January 2019 security patch in China|
|22 Jan 2019||18.104.22.168 | Android 9||Installs EMUI 22.214.171.124 (C636E10R3P2) update with January 2019 security patch, super macro camera mode for better closeup photos and improvements to the smoothness of navigation gestures, the zoom shortcut in the viewfinder, and call experience in certain scenarios|
|04 Jan 2019||126.96.36.199 (C185E10R1P16) | Android 9||December 2018 security patch, improvements to face unlock and camera performance, bug fixes, and more|
|06 Dec 2018||188.8.131.52 (C316E11R1P16) | Android 9||Improvements to face unlock, fingerprint unlocking speed, and camera quality, better positioning in Google Maps, fixes Google Messages notification badge issue and integrates the November 2018 security patches|
|01 Nov 2018||184.108.40.206 (C316E11R1P16) | Android 9||Adds new filters and effects, introduces the AI zoom feature for improved mini video recording and integrates October 2018 security patches|
|28 Oct 2018||220.127.116.11 (C432E10R1P16) | Android 9||Optimizes Face unlock performance, includes new features in the camera app (new filters and effects, AI zoom for mini video recording)|
Huawei Mate 20 Android Q update
- Eligible for Android Q and R
Huawei Mate 20 will receive at least two major Android OS upgrades, beginning with Android Q. No Huawei device participated in Android P early access program, but we hope this will change with Android Q, whose developer preview is expected in less than two months.