Here goes today’s list of devices getting the newest updates. The list includes Honor 10 Lite, Honor X10 Max, Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Ultra, Mi Play, Poco F2 Pro, Verizon Moto E and Motorola Razr, and Nokia 3.2.
Let’s check out the details, one at a time.
Honor 10 Lite & Honor X10 Max
Honor 10 Lite
The July patch is now rolling out for Honor 10 Lite which brings Huawei Assistant and enhances system security and stability. It carries version 10.0.0.210 which is an upgrade from 10.0.0.202 (size: 663 MB). Find the changelog below:
This update improves system security with Google security patches.
Adds Huawei Assistant to the home screen, providing smart reminders, personalized news, and other content relevant to you.
Integrates Google security patches released in July 2020 for improved system security.
Honor X10 Max
A new firmware update with version 126.96.36.199 is now live for Honor X10 Max which adds Desktop mode, Education center, and new image community tab. It also brings enhancements to the camera and network stability. Below is the detailed changelog:
Application: Added Desktop mode and Education center.
Gallery: Added new image community Tab.
Camera: Optimizes the shooting effect of the camera in some situations.
Communication: Optimizes network stability in some situations.
Call: Optimizes video calling experience of some third-party applications.
System: Optimize system performance.
Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Ultra, & Mi Play
Xiaomi Mi 10
A new MIUI 12 version V188.8.131.52.QJBCNXM is now available for Mi 10 users in China. It enhances the stability and general performance of the device.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
Next up is Mi 10 Ultra (China) receiving the newest update as version V184.108.40.206.QJJCNXM. It boosts system security, stability, and overall performance. Here’s what the changelog reads:
Optimized system performance
Improved system security and stability
Xiaomi Mi Play
The July patch is out for Xiaomi Mi Play users in China which secures version V220.127.116.11.OFICNXM. Enhanced security and stability can be expected with this update. Here’s the short and crisp changelog:
Updated Android Security Patch to July 2020. Increased system security.
Poco F2 Pro (Global & Russia)
Poco F2 Pro (Global)
The Global variant of Poco F2 Pro otherwise known as Redmi K30 Pro in China is now fetching the latest update as version V18.104.22.168.QJKMIXM. It resolves floating windows and unresponsive touch issues. If you have not yet received this OTA, you may download it from here. Check out the changelog below:
Other improvements and optimizations
Optimization: The screen didn’t always respond to touch during unlocking
Fix: Floating windows made the screen unresponsive to touch in some cases
Poco F2 Pro (Russia)
The Russian variant of Poco F2 Pro is also picking up the latest patch which brings version V22.214.171.124.QJKRUXM. The update improves stability and lessens system lag. You may click here to download. Here’s the changelog:
Optimization: Increased system stability
Optimization: Reduced system lag
Verizon Motorola Moto E (Prepaid) & Motorola Razr
Motorola Moto E (Prepaid) (Verizon)
Verizon has released the July patch to Motorola Moto E (Prepaid) which arrives as software version QPG30.82-87-1. This patch adds latest security patches and brings better user experience during calls. Find the changelog below:
The software update provides a better user experience during calls.
Current Android security patches.
Improved stability during initial setup (for factory reset scenarios only).
Motorola Razr (Verizon)
The brand new August patch is now available for Motorola Razr users issued by Verizon, which enhances security and performance of the system. The version number for this update is QDVS30.106-27-4.
The current software update gives you the most up to date Android security patches on your device.
Lastly, Nokia 3.2 users in India are also picking up the fresh August OTA. It focuses on enhancing stability and security and is merely 15.59MB in size.
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That’s all for now, stay tuned for more update alerts.
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