Leaked firmware for the AT&T model of the Huawei Mate 10 Professional has been simply flashed onto Mate 10 Professional gadgets at the Chinese language marketplace.
Footage of EMUI eight.zero with Android eight.zero Oreo working at the BLA-A09 — reputedly Huawei’s inner designation for the instrument — display that it’s working with 6GB of RAM and lines AT&T branded components just like the myAT&T account control app, HD Voice and different such options.
FunkyHuawei.membership is distributing the document and has integrated directions on find out how to flash the firmware in a public submit on its subreddit. XDA-Builders notes in a deleted article that as this document does now not want an unlocked bootloader to put in, it’s indicative that Huawei has signed this firmware. Supply hyperlinks can also be discovered beneath this tale.
Huawei is anticipated to formally announce at CES 2018 that the Mate 10 Professional will come to AT&T. The telephone retails for €799 or $942 in Europe.