Link Turbo feature rolling out to Huawei Nova 6 series {V10.0.1.135}

The 2020 year has been started and this year we will see a bunch of new innovations in technology and the smartphone industry. Meanwhile, 5G and foldable display devices are already entered in the market & this year, more devices will come like this. Apart from this, most of the smartphone OEMs are working on its user experience program like custom skins, software updates, new additional features, integrated services, and more. After a huge success of Huawei’s GPU Turbo feature, now the company is working on Link Turbo mode or feature.

The Link Turbo mode will debut on the Huawei Nova 6 series models in China and then the rest of the Honor devices will receive this feature via an official update. Currently, the beta testing program for Link Turbo mode is available for Honor 9X and 9X Pro models respectively. Now, coming to the update, the new software update comes with a build number V10.0.1.135 over EMUI 10 stable ROM. It comes in a size of 592MB for both the Nova 6 (WLZ-AL10) and Nova 6 5G (WLZ-AN00) models.

The new update brings camera and system stability improvements to the devices including the Link Turbo support. In a short, the Link Turbo features seamless network connectivity that combines both the Wi-Fi and 4G LTE signals on the device to provide faster download speeds. Therefore, heavy internet users or online gamers won’t get interrupted while switching the network in the background. Therefore, the on-device AI aggregation and the intelligent flow control system will offer better connectivity.

V10.0.1.135 with Link Turbo

Changelog: V10.0.1.135

[Link Turbo]
– Huawei’s full network convergence acceleration technology (Link Turbo) added support for multiple applications (settings> mobile networks> network acceleration)

– Optimize the results from your camera, photo color more real, natural

– Optimize system stability, make your phone run more stable

The update is being rolled out via OTA in batches and will take some days to arrive completely. Meanwhile, if the users can’t receive the push update yet, you can go to the device Settings > Services > Upgrade early adopters > Check for updates.

Source: Huawei

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