Huawei’s subsidiary, Honor has not turned its back on its older smartphones. Testimony to that is the fact that just a few weeks ago, in a major move, the company released Android Oreo update to the standard Honor 8 handset that was released back in July 2016 while as regards the Honor 8 Pro, the device should be in the line for Android Pie update from Honor sometime in Q2 2019.
But meanwhile, the company has released the latest update to the device bringing November security fixes to it.
The changelog, mentioning the version “Duke-L09 184.108.40.2066 (C4321)” says that the latest update improves system security with Google security patches. Not much is revealed what else, the latest update brings to the Honor 8 Pro, though.
Monthly device updates are indispensable for Android users for the safety of their devices. And Honor showing concern with timely security updates to its devices gives out a message to its user base that Honor smartphones are indeed for a long haul in the hands of its customers.
For a perspective, the Android Oreo update earlier this month had brought a much-talked-about GPU Turbo feature from Huawei to the Honor 8 Pro. The GPU Turbo boosts the performance of the device with less battery consumption during the time of running games as well as compatible apps.