Huawei has announced that four of their flagship devices, being the Huawei P9, Huawei P9 Plus, Huawei Mate 8, and Huawei Mate 9, are set to get security bulletins in the near future that will address known security vulnerabilities reported to or found by Huawei recently. Huawei did not announce when these updates will come, only saying that they will come over the air to all users of the affected devices in an update sent either by Huawei directly or through mobile carriers. The vulnerabilities in question are all fairly serious, such as privilege escalation attacks or system crashing bugs.

Starting with the Huawei Nova, the device is expected to receive Android Nougat starting in March, while the G9 Plus and Honor Note 8 will be updated in April. Finally, the Honor 6X and M3 tablet will receive the full update by the end of May.

Honor 6X came out two months ago and looks like it needs some time to live along with the previous EMUI before getting the 5.0 upgrade in May. The same month will be the lucky one for one of Huawei's tablets - the MediaPad M3.

The roadmap actually has three columns - one for the beta testing rollout, the second for the end of this period and the third is the actual launch date. This means that there might be some delays should testing for any of the devices not go according to plan.