Weekly Check-In: Have you participated in the beta testing of EMUI 12?

Huawei has started rolling out a new software update for the P40 Lite 5G smartphone that comes with the EMUI security patch from November 2021. On the other hand, the Huawei P40 Lite 5G is eligible to test the EMUI 12 beta software as part of the of the test program.

Earlier this month, Huawei sent software for this smartphone which installed new apps and security enhancements released in October 2021. In terms of changes, the update included apps for productivity and entertainment as well as system optimizations for better performance.

In the meantime, the Huawei P40 Lite 5G EMUI update from November 2021 will bring EMUI 10.1 version However, you will need to download a package size of 255 megabytes, but the update is released in batches and you might have to wait to get your hands on this software deployment.

To be mentioned, the latest Huawei P40 Lite 5G software update is rolling out for smartphones running EMUI 10.1 and it’s not for beta testers. Therefore, only owners of smartphones with this stable version will be able to download this new version of the software.

Below you can check all the required information that you need to know about this software update.

Huawei P40 LIte 5G November 2021 EMUI update

To download this update:

Open the Settings menu then visit System and Updates> visit Software Updates then – CHECK FOR UPDATES, now you need to wait and let the phone check for available software to install. If an update is available, tap DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL to start the installation process.

The whole update process may take some time, so be patient and let the phone install the latest software. In addition, it is recommended to take a backup of important data to avoid loss of important data.

The Huawei P40 Lite 5G comes with a 6.5 inch display with HD + resolution and punch hole design. The phone is powered by the Kirin 820 chipset featuring an octa-core chip architecture to deliver the optimum amount of power while keeping your phone connected to the 5G network,

Margie D. Carlisle