Huawei has gone from having one of the heaviest personalization layers in the market, to be one of the references to EMUI. Today we see that we can update the Huawei P10 to the beta of Android Oreo with EMUI 8.0, but you have to be quick to sign up for your betas program.
Huawei has put the stacks with its customization layer and has shown that it can make a layer at the height of the best in the market. Fixed the problem of fluidity and today, has one of the layers with better performance on the market, along with has improved some things that made their learning curve was greater than in other phones.
Huawei has passed the broom for EMUI and has made it a simpler layer, with fewer insufficient additions, easier to update, and with an artificial intelligence system that will make our mobile experience better. And it seems that, apart from being the best in the market, it will also be one of the fastest updates.
How to update the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus to Android 8.0 Oreo? It can be thanks to its beta
After so much time, to see that LG or Motorola are always the first to update after Google, it seems that the tables are going to change.
Huawei was one of the first to launch a mobile to the market with Android Oreo, along with Sony and LG with its V30, and it seems that it will also be one of the first to upgrade to Android Oreo.
Today we see that all the users of a Huawei P10 or P10 Plus can already register for the closed beta of EMUI 8 to test the latest version of the Android system in the first place.
Of course, it is a beta, and that means that it will not go completely fluid at times, it may have errors and so on, so it is not recommended to use it in a daily use unless the beta is very advanced. It is available until November 16.
To register for this program, we must go to its official website and download its official application to register for this program. Once done, our mobile will receive an OTA to update to Android Oreo.
In case that at some point we want to go back to Android 7, we simply have to go to the same page and untargeted from the program, thus receiving another update with Android 7.