Huawei has begun distributing a new update for the Phablet flagship Mate 9. The update is about 570 megabytes in size and brings improvements to the camera and a more recent Android security catch. As with the last update this is already outdated to the start of distribution.
At the end of February, Huawei had an update for the smartphone, which in terms of topicality reminds the current one. The update included a tenfold digital zoom and a new Android security catch, but this was out of date with January 2017. According to Changelog, the latest update provides a sixfold zoom as well as a new security patch. However, it comes from April 2017 and is therefore also obsolete at the time of the publication – at the moment it would have been May.
In addition, the new software also includes optimized notifications as well as the “latest network operator parameters”.