Published: Sat, June 22, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will get Android Q

The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro will get Android Q

The company said, "We are confident that our popular devices, including P30 series, will be able to access Android Q. We have been working with third parties for many months to ensure devices will be able to receive Android Q updates".

It said: "Anyone who has already bought, or is about to buy, a Huawei smartphone can continue to access the world of apps as they have always done".

"All devices continue to be covered by our manufacturer's warranty and will receive full-service support accordingly", the firm added.

In response to an inquisitive P20 user on Twitter, Huawei said: "The final update calendar is not available yet for all the models that will receive Android Q and we can not provide specific details about the update yet".

A temporary licence has since been agreed that enables Google to support and update the Android software now running on existing Huawei phones, but this expires in August.

"At Huawei", the company said, "we always put our consumers first, regardless of the challenges we face".

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In addition to the common points of concern, Huawei also mentioned nine other regularly cited rumors and responded one by one.

Answer: For all Huawei smartphones and tablets, the WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram apps can be downloaded and used normally.

In the 9-point list debunking popular rumours one by one, one can not miss the ninth which gives us, for the first time, a clear picture of Huawei's future Android plans.

According to the GSMArena post, the leaks are coming out that the Honor 20 series devices like Honor 20 lite, Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro will also receive the update which we've already mentioned above.

Senior Huawei executives have previously described switching to its own operating system as a "plan B".

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has been heavily affected by the US-China trade war.

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