New update alert: Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, S10 series, J7 Max, OPPO A91, Reno4 5G, Mi 10, Redmi Note 9, Honor Play4, & Mate 20X
In today’s segment, we are covering the following Android devices getting the latest updates. The list incorporates Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy S10 series which are fetching the new July security update while OPPO A91, Xiaomi Mi 10, Samsung J7 Max, and Honor Play4 are picking up the June OTA.
Huawei Mate 20X, on the other hand, is receiving the not-so-latest May OTA. However, the new firmware update is available for Oppo Reno4 5 G and Redmi Note 9. A detailed description of the updates is listed below.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+, Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy J7 Max
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
First up is Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ picking up the all-new July OTA. The update hits the devices with version N975U1UES4CTF2/N975U1OYM4CTF2 and is measured at 214.10MB. The update enhances the stability and security of the device.
Galaxy S10 series
Next up we have Galaxy S10 lineup also receiving the July OTA which carries version G97xFXXS7CTF3. The update is currently rolling out in Europe, others should follow soon.
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Samsung Galaxy J7 Max
The June OTA is issued for Samsung Galaxy J7 Max, arriving with bugfixes, enhanced features, and improved performance. The update bumps the base software to version G615FXXS2BTF2/G615FODD2BTA1/G615FXXS2BTE1 and it weighs in at 110.30MB.
OPPO Reno4 5G and OPPO A91
OPPO Reno4 5G
The new update has been released for OPPO Reno4 5G as version A.20. The update optimizes power consumption and heating problems and camera algorithms. Find the changelog below:
·Optimize system performance and enhance system stability
·Optimize power consumption and heating problems in specific environments, so that you have a better user experience
·Optimize camera camera algorithms, improve camera effects, and allow you to take photos Experience more
Another OPPO device getting the June security update is OPPO A91. Besides the new security patch level, the update, which is rolling out as version A.20, also resolves existing network issues. Here’s what the changelog reads:
· Added an integrated Android June 2020 security patch to improve system security
· Solved the problem of invalid input commands to call Unicom customer service phone 10010 in some areas
Xiaomi Mi 10 and Redmi Note 9
Xiaomi Mi 10
Another device fetching the June OTA is Xiaomi Mi 10, which gets upgraded to V220.127.116.11.QJBCNXM from V18.104.22.168.QJBCNXM and is 524MB in size. If you have not yet received this OTA, click here to download.
Updated Android Security Patch to June 2020. Increased system security.
Redmi Note 9
Redmi Note 9 is receiving a minor update that is getting upgraded to V22.214.171.124.QJORUXM from V126.96.36.199.QJORUXM. It is sized at 311MB. You may download it from here.
Optimization: Increased system stability
Optimization: Reduced system lag
Honor Play4 and Huawei Mate 20X
Then, we have Honor Play4 getting the June OTA as version 188.8.131.52. The update optimizes video playback effect, camera and enhances the security of the device. Find the detailed changelog below:
[Update log] [Multimedia] Optimize video playback effect, more vivid colors and clearer details when watching movies. Added support for playing HDR10 standard video [Camera] Optimize camera camera experience [Call] Optimize some scenes Call experience [Audio] Optimize the audio effect of WeChat voice and video calls [Security] Incorporate the Android June 2020 security patch
Huawei Mate 20X
Lastly, the not-so-new May security update is released for Huawei Mate 20X which is merely 9.84MB in size. The update brings in the knuckle gesture feature and boosts the stability and security of the device.
That’s all for now, stay tuned for more updates.
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