A new set of refreshing updates is now available for various devices and the list covers Redmi Note 9, Samsung Galaxy A9 Star, Honor Play, Honor 9N, and Oppo F11 Pro that are picking up June security patches. A couple of Realme devices – Realme X2 and Realme 6 Pro – are also getting the June OTA.
A new firmware update has been released to Realme Watch and Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G, and Huawei Y9 Prime is fetching the May patch. Let’s take a detailed look.
The new update is up for grabs for Realme Watch as version 81.0 and it brings a couple or so new features and optimizations to the device. The update adds watch UI language, the function of turning off the screen, etc. It also arrives with bug fixes and battery life enhancement. Find the complete changelog below:
1. Added watch UI language (French, German, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian)
2. Optimized message management function
3. Added the function of turning off the screen
4. Do not disturb mode supports time period setting
5. Optimized battery life
6. Fixed known bugs
Reminder: After this update, it is recommended to use Realme Watch after it is fully charged to have a better battery life experience.
Huawei Y9 prime & Mate 30 Pro 5G
Huawei Y9 Prime
The May OTA has been issued to Huawei Y9 Prime devices as version 10.0.0.223 (C185E3R2P2). The update adds Huawei Assistant to the home screen.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G
On the other hand, Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G is grabbing the new firmware update which comes with version 10.1.0.150. The stability and performance of the device are expected to be improved with this build.
Redmi Note 9
The all-new June OTA is now live for Redmi Note 9 users. The system stability and performance of the device are enhanced and the version number for this update is V22.214.171.124.QJOCNXM. Click here to download.
Here’s a short and crisp changelog:
OPTIMIZATION : Increased system stability
OPTIMIZATION : Reduced system lag
Samsung Galaxy A9 star
The next device picking up the June OTA is the Samsung Galaxy A9 Star with version G8850ZCU4CTF1/G8850CHC4CTF1, sized 241.40MB.
Honor Play & Honor 9N
Honor Play and Honor 9N are also getting the June security patch.
Honor Play is receiving the new June OTA which enhances the system security and stability. It hits the devices with version 126.96.36.1998 and is measured at 217MB.
Next in line is Honor 9N, which is also receiving the June patch as version 188.8.131.52 (Size: 197MB).
Oppo F11 Pro
The June security patch is also out for Oppo F11 Pro. According to reports, the pop-up camera sound has been fixed with this update which arrives as version CPH1969EX_11_C.24.
Realme X2 (Global & China)
Realme X2 (Global)
Realme X2 is now picking up the June OTA for Global and Chinese variants. The Global update carries UI Version: RMX1992EX_11.C.09 / RMX1992AEX_11.C.09. The update adds Realme Paysa and also brings optimization to the device’s functionality. Find the changelog below:
● Updated Andriod security patch（June，2020）
● Added realme PaySa
● Optimized the height of status bar
● Optimized the transparency of the slide back gestures style
● Fixed some known issues and improved system stability
Realme X2 (China)
The Chinese variant of Realme X2 also gets the June OTA that brings version C.17. The update adds bluetooth headset bullet box function and resolves the known issues. Here’s the changelog:
● Add realme Link application
● Added Bluetooth headset (Air and Neo) bullet box function (this function can only be used with realme headsets, and you need to update the headset firmware with the realme Link application to use it)
● Fix the problem that it is impossible to use cloud service under mobile network
● Update Android security patch (2020#06)
Realme 6 Pro
The last device to get the June OTA is Realme 6 Pro as version RMX2061_11.A.25. The update adds Realme Link, fixes known issues, and enhances device stability. Here’s what the changelog reads:
● Updated Android security patch（June，2020）
● Added realme Link
● Fixed some known issues, and improved system stability
That’s all for now, stay tuned for more updates.
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