January 2021 security update for Huawei Mate Xs smartphone released

After completing the first phase, the company started the first and second beta as well as the introduction of the stable EMUI 11 on the domestic market and worldwide.

In September 2020, Huawei started testing the EMUI 11 beta for Mate Xs. After completing the first phase, the company started the first and second beta as well as the introduction of the stable EMUI 11 on the domestic market and worldwide. The stable version EMUI 11 offers news and features such as an always active artistic screen, improved multitasking in multiple windows, a super editor, a subtle AI, smoother animations and much more.

Huawei’s foldable smartphone, Mate Xs, has received a new software update. This update mainly installs the security patch released in January 2021 that addresses the various exploits and issues that threaten the security of the system.

On the other hand, Huawei today introduced a new smartphone in the foldable phone series, Huawei Mate X2. This next line comes with an inward-folding screen, an 8.01-inch main pop-up screen, and a 6.45-inch sub screen.

NOTE:
The update will be published in batches, so it may take some time / days to reach your device.
The update does not delete any data.

VERSION DETAILS: Huawei Mate Xs receives EMUI 11.0 version 11.0.0.170

Related: Here are the 5 tips to help you extend the battery life of your Huawei phone

CHANGELOG:
Security: Integrates the Android security patch released in January 2021.

Details of the security patch from January 2021:

Install security fixes for various exploits and issues on Huawei phones including 4 critics, 1 medium and 25 high CVEs.

How to update:

To manually install this update, go to Settings-> System Updates, open the software update and select Check for Updates. If the update is available, you will see an option on your phone to download and install it. Select the option and start the installation.

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