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Massive software updates combining Android 8.0 Oreo enhancements and EMUI 8.0 optimizations are on their way to the Huawei Mate 10 Lite and P10 Lite.
Since it's practically identical to the Honor 7X, it makes perfect sense for the low-cost, mid-range Huawei Mate SE to follow its "cousin's" suit with an Oreo update.
After some (hopefully) thorough beta-testing, Android 8.0 Oreo and EMUI 8.0 software goodies are ready to officially roll out to the low-cost Honor 7X stateside.
It's been a month since the P10 officially notched its Android 8.0 update and it's only just starting to make its way to North America.
The Honor 7X may take several weeks to get EMUI 8.0 and Android 8.0, but the process is, at the very least, beginning with user input.
The latest flagship from the Chinese manufacturer will apparently get the latest operating system possible at this point.
Don't have speakers, but have a few V10s instead? Connect them up and blast tunes, Honor says. We're sorta more interested in this gaming network optimization feature...
The ancient Mate 8 is one of several Huawei-branded smartphones being promised Android Oreo delivery... someday, alongside the P9, P9 Plus, Nova Youth Edition, Nova 2 and 2 Plus.
It turns out that the device is on the list to get updated in China. Why are Indian users left out to dry? And what does this mean for the rest of the world?
While the Honor 8 Pro has an official Android 8.0 update "under testing as of now", the "regular" Honor 8 is apparently "not compatible" with Oreo all of a sudden.
Software updates are awaiting several Honor devices as Android Oreo and EMUI 8.0 are finally ready — they just need to be tailored.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro looks to have an oddly familiar software skin on top of Android Oreo, according to a seemingly official firmware package...
The Oreo roll-out is still rolling strong and this time around, we're talking about Huawei's yesteryear models, the Mate 9 being among them.