Huawei Mate 10 might have been denied a direct ticket to the U.S. market, but the phone remains to be among the best there’s on the market right now.
The Mate 10’s camera is one of its selling points. The Leica-branded dual 12MP + 20MP setup not only boasts the widest f/1.6 aperture on any smartphone (equal to LG V30), but the second 20MP lens also supports 2x lossless zoom, ensuring that you get the best photos even when the subjects are a bit too far.
To take your photography experience a notch higher, the Chinese OEM has started rolling out a new update that installs software version ALP-AL00C00B126SP3 and adds support for up to 10x zoom to the Camera app.
In addition, the new update also brings the following:
- Optimizes the drawer homescreen display for a better experience
- Decreases the CPU load for several core processes to achieve better system performance
- Improved device security with Google security patches.
As you can see, the update also installs the latest Android security patch for the month of February 2018. Since it’s rolling out over the air and that it’s still limited to the Chinese variant, it’ll take some time before all Huawei Mate 10 units receive the new OTA.