New EMUI 9.1 for the Huawei Mate 20 Lite will even be released

Posted in Apr 22, 2019 in News, no comment

Huawei recently announced the EMUI 9.1 update which will bring new features to the users of the Mate 20 range and not only. Now and so that there are few doubts about who will receive or not the updates, this Chinese giant has released to the world the list of 49 models that will be entitled to the new EMUI 9.1.

However there is a great novelty that is not present on the list but that we can confirm through a source connected to Huawei!

The Mate 20 Lite will receive the new EMUI 9.1. Already in the case of the Huawei P20 Lite which is another question we have been asking, there is an official confirmation. We know it’s in Huawei’s plans to update it. However, to happen, it will be at a later stage and after the Mate 20 Lite.

The EMUI 9.1 will bring many features and enhancements to the Huawei Mate 20 Lite.
Soon to start, the new user interface and icons are much more attractive, simple and expressive. The entire system is also refined and optimized thanks to Huawei’s new ARK Compiler. Improves performance by 24% and this is fantastic! Responsiveness also rises by 44%. Background operations increase by 60%. The goal is really deep optimizations that have an impact on the system.

However, the new EROFS file system increases read speeds by up to 20% compared to the EXT4 system.

In addition, the new version of GPU Turbo technology is present. The 3.0, similar to the predecessors, accelerates the graphics processing, guaranteeing lower energy consumption with a higher frame rate.

Please note that to successfully install the new update, you must have 6 GB of free space on the internal storage. In addition do not forget that you need the EMUI 9.0.1.

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