Unlike Apple, Android OEMs need time to shape up newer version of Android for their existing devices. More and more companies are now taking part in the early testing phase of Google’s upcoming major version update aka Android Q, but day-one OTA is still a dream for majority of the Android users. Some of these vendors prefer to announce an estimated date of delivering the update, but often end up with a heavily rushed, botched build. Others, like OnePlus, do not want to give any kind of approximation to avoid further issues. Chinese OEM Huawei (along with their sub-brand Honor) usually takes a middlesome policy. They do provide software updates for their legacy devices, but after a series of thorough internal and public beta testing phases. Afterwards, they declare a tentative timing to rollout the final stable build. One such list was surfaced earlier, according to which a bunch of phones such as Huawei P10/P10 Plus were supposedly running though internal beta testing of EMUI 9.1 (based on Android 9.0 Pie). Now we have the official confirmation of the claim as Huawei China is recruiting public beta testers of EMUI 9.1 for the following phones: These devices are circa 2017 and ...