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Huawei and their Mate 9 smartphone has been a constant fixture in tech news in the last couple of months, and it looks like the company caught the community’s attention once again. This time, we are pleased to announce that Huawei has released a new Android update for its Mate 9 handset.



Huawei started the New Year the right way and provided the new update as soon as January begun. Many people will be pleased by the improvement added and departments touched upon in this second update. While some changes won’t be visible right away and others won’t be visible at all due to their nature, uses might be compelled to believe that the update didn’t do anything but that’s far from being the case.

Let’s take a look at the actual improvements and see what users can expect in terms of performance boost, and also what they should keep an eye on as these changes will begin to show after using the device a while.

Power management

The battery consumption was a constant complain for Huawei Mate 9, with a considerable amount of users declaring that the device lost charge way too quickly. Thanks to the new update, you can expect  it stay up longer when you are having long sessions on the device.

Game performance

Prior to the update, gaming on the Mate 9 wasn’t exactly easy in some cases. Games would perform less than adequate and the touch capabilities of the device would also be influenced negatively. That should change after you install the update.

Lockscreen players

Everyone knows the lockscreen player widget which allows us to control music players directly from our smartphone’s lockscreen. Some of these music player apps and widgets would lack sufficient user control therefore this was approached in this second Huawei patch.

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