Changelog reveals that this firmware has improvements for the user experience in certain situations. This reflects the company’s will to provide new optimizations for the smartphone even after 4 years of the launch. Isn’t that amazing?
Although, not much has been revealed but this new version will impact the user experience on a positive note. However, specifics will be revealed once the user feedback comes in. To be mentioned, the July 2023 EMUI update for Huawei Mate 20 Pro comes with software version 22.214.171.124 and a package size of 189MB.
A few days ago, Huawei P30 Pro also received a similar update with EMUI version 126.96.36.199. The download size is also relative to the Mate 20 Pro at 184MB. This shows that both phones have been elected for a similar set of improvements. However, we can’t reach a conclusion at the moment.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro comes with a 6.39-inch OLED display with 2k+ resolution (3120 x 1440 pixels). The display has a wide notch to house various new face id related sensors and a powerful 24MP selfie camera.
The rear camera bump includes a 40 MP (color) + 20 MP (color) + 8 MP (color), aperture of f/1.8 + f2.2 + f2.4, and supports autofocus (depth focus, phase focus, focus contrast, and precision focus).
The phone packs a 4200mAh battery, which could recharge with a 40W max super fast charging. The Mate 20 Pro was launched with EMUI 9.0 but later received subsequent upgrades. To be specific, the phone installed EMUI 10.0, EMUI 10.1, and EMUI 11. and then EMUI 12.
With the latest version, Huawei Mate 20 Pro users can enjoy new features such as large folders, a control panel, a notifications panel, and more. Is there are shot at EMUI 13? Huawei has not revealed plans to upgrade Huawei Mate 20 series to the next EMUI version. Meanwhile, we remain optimistic on this matter and will keep you posted with all of the latest information.
How to Update:
The July 2023 EMUI 12 update notification will appear on Huawei Mate 20 Pro. If not, then navigate to Settings > and then tap “System & updates”, from here you need to open Software update. CHECK FOR UPDATES and then the device will check for new firmware.
Special thanks to tipster DarkDevil for this input, Cheers…