Currently, the phone maker has not released this update for smartphone users but the company is still working on June 2023 security patch. As the expansions for this patch continue to happen.
Meanwhile, Huawei has begun testing EMUI 13 beta in more markets, this is a great opportunity for users who want to experience the latest features of EMUI 13. As for now, Huawei is running beta activity in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. As more markets may join very soon.
Also, the early testers are now eligible to download the stable EMUI 13 for phones such as Huawei P50 Pro, P50 Pocket, and Mate Xs 2 foldable. However, this is a staged rollout and the new beta testers’ entrance will have to wait until the software stability is achieved.
According to the July 2023 EMUI security bulletin, Huawei has fixed 2 issues on the critical level and 17 threats on the high level. Meanwhile, there aren’t any of the issues found in the media or low-level categories. The scientific CVE codes of these threats are mentioned below.
- CVE-2023-21108, CVE-2023-21127
- CVE-2023-21129, CVE-2023-21131, CVE-2023-21136, CVE-2023-21137, CVE-2023-21143, CVE-2023-21144, CVE-2023-21135, CVE-2023-21124, CVE-2023-21121, CVE-2023-21138, CVE-2023-21115, CVE-2023-21657, CVE-2022-28349, CVE-2021-0701, CVE-2021-0945, CVE-2023-21656, CVE-2023-21669
These security exposures are currently affecting various versions of EMUI including EMUI 13.0, EMUI 12.0.1, and EMUI 12.0.0.