Huawei software update installed? (April 2022 edition)
Just a few days ago, Huawei began rolling out the June 2022 security update for the Mate 40 Pro smartphone. Now, the Chinese manufacturer is extending the same update to more consumers of the corresponding devices residing in Europe.
The latest June 2022 security update is coming to EMUI version 220.127.116.11 (C432E2R4P4). At the same time, it brings a software package with a size of 263 megabytes. Users can catch this update by leaning towards the update section in phone settings.
Just enter the Settings menu, and select the System updates option. Then press the Software updates > Check for updates. Follow the onscreen prompts and install the new firmware.
EMUI June 2022 Update Changelog
Exploring the changelog, we see that the update is split into two parts. The first part incorporates the latest security patch of June 2022 which increases system security. Meanwhile, the other party is working on improving the overall stability of the device.
Thus, the firmware will make the basic mechanism more consistent and efficient for users. On the other hand, users will also notice some minor changes and optimizations after installing the new update.
Have you installed EMUI 12?
Huawei has deployed the EMUI 12 interface on several of its smartphones and tablets. The new version of EMUI offers many thoughtful features that bring ease and convenience to users’ fingertips. Making the user interface more attractive to enhance device privacy, EMUI 12 offers a range of new attributes that have been missing before.
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Specifications Huawei Mate 40 Pro
The smartphone in Mystic Silver colors has a 6.76-inch OLED screen. Moreover, it equips the high-tech Kirin 9000 chip and a 4400mAh battery which mirrors 66W fast charging. Additionally, the device captures three shooters in a circular bump on the backend. A 50MP main camera, a 12MP periscope telephoto lens and a 20MP ultra wide camera.
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