Since September this year, Huawei has been actively rolling out their latest EMUI 10 update to both Huawei and Honor smartphones.
Last month, the company announced that the global EMUI 10 user base has finally crossed the sweet one million mark after weeks of intensive roll out. As expected, the number of EMUI 10 users have continued to grow exponentially after the announcement was made.
As of today, Huawei has confirmed that there are already more than 10 million EMUI 10 users worldwide – spanning across a total of 33 smartphone models. That’s a ten-fold increase in user base in less than a month.
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No doubt, this figure will continue to grow even further keeping in mind the vast number of Huawei and Honor smartphones in the market. This year alone, the Chinese smartphone maker is estimated to ship approximately 230 million smartphones.
Despite the ongoing US trade ban, Huawei has chosen to stick closely to their EMUI 10 update schedule to ensure their users are being treated with the best mobile experience.
Earlier this week, the company has also begun rolling out the EMUI 10 stable update to the second batch of smartphones comprising of 14 different models.
If you’ve yet to receive the update on your device, fret not! We’re sure it will be seeded to you pretty soon.