It is no news that Huawei’s P20 Pro is one of the best camera phones on the market right now. The triple-camera toting flagship has a new update that brings even more features to its cameras.
The Huawei P20 Pro has 960fps slow-motion recording right out of the box but if you want to record a slow-mo video using the phone, you have to manually press record. The new update now adds automatic video recording in slow-motion mode.
With the new update, the phone automatically senses when something interesting is about to happen and begins recording in slow-motion. This comes in useful as people sometimes miss the exact moment when to start recording in slow-motion.
The update is said to also bring improvements to portrait mode and changes the position of the zoom button. Apart from camera upgrades, it also brings June 2018′ security patch, improves system performance and stability, and optimizes power consumption.
XDA Forum members have revealed that the update has build number B131 and is not yet available as an OTA. Those who installed it did so via Huawei Recovery Updater. If you don’t want to wait for the OTA, you can download the update and flash it on to your device.
Just last week, Huawei announced the Mate 10 series will get 960fps slow-motion recording via an EMUI 8.1 update in July. Hopefully, they should also support automatic slow-motion recording.