The latest software bears the firmware version 22.214.171.124 for both the devices and weighs315 MB for Mate 30 Pro while the size varies to 328 MB for P40 Pro. The package brings system security enhancements by fixing 2 critical, 26 high, and 77 medium levels of CVEs security vulnerabilities.
- Integrates security patch released in February 2021 for improved system security.
The build is pushed for global variants engaging EMUI 11 on Huawei P40 Pro and Mate 30 Pro. As usual, the OTA update is rolled out in a staged manner so it may take a while to reach your handset. Alternatively, you can navigate it manually by heading to phone Settings > System & updates > Software update > Check for updates, if the security patch pop-ups, click on Download and install.
You can also make use of the Support app to enhance system security, for this, you need to open the Support app > go-to service tab > Click update > Then, click Check for updates > lastly, Download and install the update.
Huawei P40 Pro
Huawei P40 Pro is packed with Kirin 990 5G coupled with Android 10, EMUI 10.1. The rear camera setup includes a 50 MP primary camera, 12 MP telephoto, 40 MP ultrawide, and a ToF 3D sensor for depth. While on the front, it offers 32 MP main camera and an IR TOF 3D depth shooter. The phone features a 6.58-inch screen with an OLED display paired with up to 8 GB RAM and 512 GB of storage that supports expandable memory.
Huawei Mate 30 Pro
The smartphone was announced by Huawei in September 2019 flaunting an OLED display with a 6.53-inch screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6. The phone powers Android 10, EMUI 11 along with Kirin 990 (7 nm) chipset and Mali-G76 MP16 GPU. It holds a quad rear camera consisting of a 40 MP wide, 8 MP telephoto, 40 MP ultrawide, and a TOF 3D to measure depth. For selfies, it carries a dual 32 MP wide and a TOF 3D depth sensor. Mate 30 Pro provides up to 256 GB expandable memory with 128 GB + 8 GB RAM and 256 GB + 8 GB RAM as default storage variants.