Huawei Mate 30 Pro December security update goes live with camera improvements
Huawei remains one of the top smartphone makers that we have today. The Chinese tech giant is doing well in many segments of the market. From the super-popular Y-series of smartphones to the camera-centric P-series and their flagship, the Mate series, there’s something for everyone.
It, therefore, makes sense that the company would invest its time and effort to update its devices and keep them secure, right? And that is exactly what Huawei is doing.
The company is now rolling out the December security patch update to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. This update comes at a time when we are expecting the January security patch to drop. Nonetheless, every little improvement is important for the end users.
According to the update’s changelog, Huawei Mate 30 Pro users have more than just the monthly security patch update to look forward to. The company recently delivered another minor bugfix update for this phone; guess the engineers are working pretty hard.
Of course, we have the usual improved security with this update, but on top of that, users get to enjoy more stability on WLAN connections and optimized photography experience with a new version of stock camera app.
As you can see, this OTA brings the software version running on this device to 10.0.0.181(C00E180R5P3). This update includes all the Android security fixes listed in the Huawei’s vulnerability tracker.
Launched back in October this year, Huawei Mate 30 Pro is a brilliant device but finds itself in quite the predicament. It is powered by the Kirin 990 chipset, but despite being one of the most powerful and beautiful devices in the market today, it lacks Google Play Services.
The device features a beautiful AMOLED screen made by Samsung. The quad rear camera setup comes with a dedicated 3D ToF sensor for AR related functionalities.
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