Recently many devices have received incremental security updates. Here we will be covering all the details about the recent updates of Oppo A11x/Reno, Motorola One Vision/X4, Mi 10 Pro and ZenFone 6.
Oppo A11x & Oppo Reno
The Oppo A11x has started receiving a new update with version C.70. As per the changelog, it addresses the low probability of abnormal restart problem. Apart from this it also enhances the security and stability of the system.
- Optimize system performance and stability to make your phone run smoother and more stable
- Fix the low probability of abnormal restart problem
Oppo Reno is also getting July security patch with version C.12. It also improves the performance and security of the device. Here’s the changelog:
- Newly integrated Android July 2020 security patch to improve system security
- Optimize system stability to make your phone run more stable
Motorola One Vision & Moto X4
Motorola One Vision
The Motorola One Vision has been updated with September 2020 security patch with version QSAS30.62-33-4 and weighs in at 13.9MB. This doesn’t have anything extra except the latest security.
Moto X4 is picking up the August 2020 patch with version PPWS29.69-39-6-11. It promises to improve the security and stability of the device.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is getting the August security patch with version V184.108.40.206.QJAEUXM (MIUI 220.127.116.11 Europe Stable ROM). It brings along improved security and overall performance.
- Updated Android Security Patch to August 2020. Increased system security.
Asus ZenFone 6
Asus has rolled out a new security update with version 17.1810.2009.176 for Asus ZenFone 6. The update increases the security of the device.
Updated Android security patch
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