With its triple cameras and the highest DxOMark score, Huawei P20 Pro has impressed a lot of users with its amazing capability of taking outrageous pictures with the help of Artificial Intelligence enabled chip. Although the phone came originally with Android Oreo 8.1, its good to see that the company has not forgotten its flagship and provides continuous updates for the phone.
The phone has already been enjoying the status of Huawei’s best selling flagship in western Europe. The phone has recently received an update that enables the super slow-mo feature on its camera just like the Samsung Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S9.
The super slow-motion feature in the Huawei P20 Pro is able to capture video at a high rate of 960 frames per second and not only that, there is also an auto trigger mechanism that triggers the video whenever it detects any kind of motion.
The update did not only enable the super slow-mo feature on the Huawei P20 Pro but also improved the zoom control on the phone which, according to some users, was not up to mark earlier. The official changelog for the latest update is as follows
“This update optimizes system performance and stability.
- Optimizes power consumption for longer usage.
- Improves system performance and stability for smoother operations.
- Optimizes the wallpaper display for a better experience.
- Fixes an issue where the other party’s voice was occasionally delayed when answering calls while using OK Google.”
Huawei is increasingly becoming popular with its premium phones. Even its sub-brand, Honor, has also managed to manufacture the best smartphones in midrange category like the recently launched Honor 10.