You can tout this year as the year of foldable devices. Notably, two major smartphone giants, Samsung and Huawei forayed in this territory for achieving something unique and innovative.
Well, firstly, we had already two time-released, Samsung Galaxy Fold and then, the Mate X from Huawei. Later on a few weeks back, Motorola came up with, what in my opinion is a more practical design with the Moto Razr.
Note that there are two versions of the Huawei Mate X i.e. 4G and 5G. And if you are the lucky owner of the $2,400 foldable device then, this piece of news might get you excited as the EMUI 10 internal beta testing has begun in China.
Keep in mind that this internal beta testing is only for the Huawei Mate X 4G and there is no slot for global users at this moment. Notably, 5G variant of this futuristic device got the beta version of EMUI 10 earlier.
For specs buff, the Huawei Mate X packs in the latest Kirin 980 SoC, 8 GB of RAM, a 4,500 mAh battery that supports 55W fast charging, and 8-inch foldable OLED display, and offers 512 GB of onboard storage.
In the camera department, you get a quad-camera setup with a 40 MP primary camera and interestingly due to the foldable screen, you can use the rear camera as the selfie camera.
Now coming back to the internal beta testing, this new update will bring new UI elements and faster performance for the device via EMUI 10 which is based on Android 9 Pie.
Below is the official announcement along with the screenshot of the same:
Good news! Mate X EMUI10 Beta Recruitment Opens Now! Faster performance, renewed UX design, smart life brought by all-scene distributed technology … a new and exciting experience will start immediately!
Moreover, Huawei has also shared some important information about this beta recruitment i.e. the registration is live for 500 log users and 1500 without log users. And the deadline for enrollment is December 6, 2019.
Besides, you need to be running on 188.8.131.52 or above in order to be eligible to receive the beta update. In fact, Huawei has also shared the official version push timeline:
For your convenience, we have translated the above table from Chinese to English, which you can check out below:
Note that some of the words above might be ambiguous as it is translated from Chinese. So, we cannot do anything about it. But, below is the registration process you need to follow in order to enroll yourself to this beta program:
1. Please read and fully familiarize yourself with the code of conduct related to internal testing activities before you sign up. Click here
2, the measured activity is only supported for registration in the mobile phone side, it does not support to register the PC
3, before the registration make sure pollen club APP latest version 184.108.40.2060 (enter the application market will be “pollen Club” APP upgrade to The latest version or upgrade through the pollen club APP> My> Detection Update)
4. What are the differences and similarities between the internal test with and without the log version? Click here to find the answer you want.
5. Please select the registration for the corresponding internal test event. Users who sign up for the internal test log event must register for the Beta Club internal test account in advance, the registered address: https://uniportal.huawei.com/uniportal/ (It is recommended to register with a mobile phone number, users who already have a Beta account, please ignore it).
6. Registration entrance and method : Please open “Fan Club APP> Recommended> Internal Test Registration” on your mobile phone , and then register according to the prompts. For specific operation methods, please refer to: Pollen Club APP mobile terminal internal test registration operation guide
For more information about this internal beta recruitment like the internal rewards that is associated with this recruitment, you can head over here to get into the details.
Let us know in the comments below if you were able to get yourself enrolled for the internal beta testing for the Huawei Mate X that went live for Chinese users.
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