The Huawei P20 earned Huawei the Guinness World Record earlier this week, but not for the product itself, but for the gigantic advertisement of the Huawei P20 Pro made somewhere in Spain. Having said that, there are chances that most users of the said device developed interests in it because of its arrays of camera features.
Now, the device is getting more camera enhancements, as Huawei is now reportedly seeding a new update, a very important one at that to the P20 pro. The new update with the build number B131, according to a report on Gadgets360 isn’t yet available as an OTA, but rather can be installed via Huawei Recovery Updater.
Installing the new update bumps the security patch to that of June, improves system performance and stability, optimizes power consumption, while also addressing voice delay when using Google Assistant to answer the call.
Most importantly the update with the build number B131brings with it a couple of camera improvements. Much like the flagship S9 from Sammy, the P20 pro from Huawei supports super-slow-motion video recording at 960fps but lacks the motion detection feature, so you have to press the shutter button at the precise moment you want the slow-motion to start, and this is the most important part of the new update.
The update, in addition, to improving the portrait mode and changes the position of the zoom button also brings automatic video recording in slow-motion mode, that way, the P20 pro can now automatically detect when something is about to happen and then start recording the 32x slow-motion video without recourse to the shutter button.
The update is currently not available as OTA, so you may have to chill, otherwise, you can manually flash it onto your device using the Huawei Recovery Updater.