Many Huawei terminals already enjoy the novelties of the operating system EMUI 9.1 based on Android 9 Pie. However, many of these terminals still move with the beta version. During the past month, some mobiles such as the Mate 20 series or the P20 series received the stable version of EMUI 9.1. Now, this expected update is starting to reach other older mobiles of Huawei and Honor.
While Huawei continues to prepare for the landing of Android Q, and with a new 90-day truce by the United States government, the Chinese company continues to show its commitment to the update system. Now there are 8 other Huawei phones that are starting to receive EMUI 9.1 in its stable version. The first reports indicate that the update is coming first in China, but it should not take long to spread globally. The devices that are receiving EMUI 9.1 stable are the Huawei Mate 9, Mate 9 Pro, Mate 9 Porsche Design, Huawei P10, P10 Plus, Nova 2S, Honor V9 and Honor 9.
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This update will be a breath of frensco air for all these devices, since Huawei includes as the main novelty of the system the technology, ARK, a compiler that according to the company increases the system fluidity by 24%, and the gross yield thereof at 44%. Do not forget that another of the great novelties of EMUI 9.1 is the new file system EROFS, which replaces the current ones used by Android and promises to improve the terminal read speed up to 20%.
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In addition, all these terminals will now be more efficient and faster with the most powerful games on the market, thanks to the inclusion of Game Turbo 3.0, a graphics accelerator that includes official support for dozens of games, including the most popular on the market. The user who updates will also notice a change in the interface and icons, since Huawei has simplified this aspect to make EMUI 9.1 a more intuitive layer. As we say, the update is bequeathing China in the first instance, although its global launch is imminent. Some of these devices have almost three years old as is the case with the Huawei Mate 9, which went on sale at the end of 2016.