Huawei Mate 10 Pro

No death sentence: Huawei’s statement on update rumors about Huawei Mate 10 Pro

Huawei Mate 10 Pro

It has been on the market for just two and a half years and is still available for just over 300 euros: Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro. It was one of the first flagship smartphones of the Chinese that offered a low price and very good performance. To this day, it is a smartphone that is actually completely sufficient even for the most demanding users. But these days it seemed that the user would soon have to search for another smartphone.

Flashback: A list posted by the RPRNA website apparently revealed: Security updates will no longer be available for the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. Neither monthly nor quarterly. This surprised numerous media outlets who accepted this information without further questions, including us.

However, to numerous inquiries from users on Twitter, Huawei responded on Friday that Android 10, which includes a security patch, is also intended for the Mate 10 Pro.

Huawei did not disclose whether further bug fixes and security updates will be made after the update to Android 10. In response to a specific question from Twitter, the company simply responds: “I ask that you continue to follow our official channels. Therefore, it will always be up-to-date in this regard. “

Statement from the press office

Meanwhile, Huawei’s press office has commented on the rumors. “The HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro will continue to receive software and security updates. Also, the EMUI 10.0 update will be delivered soon. ” We had already announced that the update was planned and that it will soon be available in Germany, also in the first version of this message.


Android 8.0 Oreo


Huawei Kirin 970


5.9 inches, 1,440 x 2,560 pixels

random access memory


Internal memory

64 GB

Main chamber

5184 × 3880 (20.1 megapixels)

battery pack

4000 mAh

inductive load
USB port

2.0 type C

IP certification

IP53 (protection against splashing water (rain))


186 grams


Black, gold, brown

Launch price

€ 699

Market launch

4th quarter of 2017