Great news keeps coming in for existing and future owners of Huawei mobile phones, as the Chinese OEM is lastly all set to devote to a software application upgrade schedule of sorts for a variety of brand-new and old, high-end and mid-range, costly and inexpensive gadgets.

We’re talking current (and not so current) Mate, P and Nova-series releases, consisting of the Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Mate 9, P10, P20, P20 Pro, Nova 3e, Nova 2 lite and 2i. All these handsets must get a minimum of one brand-new upgrade every 2 months for the foreseeable future, although Huawei sadly stopped brief of revealing a schedule as clear as OnePlus.

Still, this is clearly an action in the ideal instructions for a business that’s been releasing very appealing phones in every cost bracket for the previous couple of years, typically overlooking nevertheless the long-lasting performance and security of numerous gadgets.

A bi-monthly upgrade assurance is not precisely what Google wants for its most valued Android smartphone-making partners, however who understands, possibly Huawei will comprehend the advantages of terrific software application assistance and switch to a regular monthly program down the line.

In the meantime, let’s more than happy the business is making efforts to routinely enhance its “brand-new and existing clients’ experiences”, consisting of by bringing Face Unlock abilities to a “broader, more available series of mobile phones.”

All the above gadgets will support facial acknowledgment quickly, with a few of them currently upgraded to permit quick and simple unlocking by just glancing at your phone.

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