Huawei’s Mate 10 is a great phone, but the company isn’t resting at that. It wants the phone to be up to speed with the likes of other handsets on the market, which is why since launch, several updates have been rolled out to the flagship, some adding new features and optimizations, and others adding security updates.
On this page, we’ll help you keep track of the software updates you receive on your Mate 10 handset, be it minor or major OS upgrades.
Mate 10 update timeline
|21 Sep 2018||184.108.40.206 | Android 9.0||Android 9 Pie beta update|
|24 Jul 2018||220.127.116.11 (C800) | Android 8.0||July 2018 patch and improvements to connection stability when using HiSuite to connect the phone to a PC|
|16 Mar 2018||18.104.22.168 | Android 8.0||Face Unlock, fixes for WeChat issues, optimizes the Settings menu, and installs March 2018 security patch|
Mate 10 Android 9 Pie update
- Stable update available in China
- First beta arrives in the Middle East
|Region||Model no.||Current OS||Android Pie|
|Global single-SIM||ALP-L09||Android 8.0||Expected (Q4 2018)|
|Global dual-SIM||ALP-L29||Android 8.0||Expected (Q4 2018)|
|China||ALP-AL00||Android 9.0||Released on 02 November 2018, wider rollout on November 10th|
Huawei started rolling out the stable update to Android 9 Pie for users of the Mate 10 in China in early November. The update came in as EMUI 22.214.171.124 and even though the initial rollout was limited, a full rollout started on November 10th. Again, this is for the Chinese models ALP-AL00 and ALP-TL00, but the global variants should join the party soon.
At the moment, those in the Middle East can join in the fun as the OS is now available in the region as EMUI 126.96.36.199.