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Huawei and Honor keep up to date with Android, and receive November patches

Huawei confirms that yes, it will continue to update Android while the future of its software is clarified, and its terminals are already beginning to update Google's security patches dated November 1.

Huawei is celebrating, first for the great success in China of its Mate40 and second, surely, for the defeat of Donald Trump in the United States elections, which could be a giant step to unblock a US government veto that has deprived them of Google Play certification for too long.

In fact, we have long wondered what would happen to this Android without Huawei Google, whether or not I would receive future updates until the arrival of HarmonyOS, and above all if EMUI would go his way masking the experience on the basis of AOSP, something that Huawei was in charge of certifying clarifying the 37 models that will receive EMUI 11.

And now, as the colleagues from Huawei Central told us, the Shenzhen giant confirms in passing that yes it will continue to update Android in its terminals, which have already begun to receive Google security patches dated November 1, 2020.

Huawei Mate40 Pro front camera

Huawei and its software, on everyone's lips since Trump's veto.

As reported by Huawei, the update that will reach both their devices and those signed by their brand spin-off Honor, on which a sale has been speculated so that it would once again have Google Play certification, includes fixes on common vulnerabilities and exposures that will thus improve the security of your mobile terminals.

Speed ​​and performance are also optimized, as well as improvements to the operating system, kernel, and drivers, which are obviously invisible to the user in terms of features and functionalities.

According to Huawei, these are the codes of the improvements included in its November 2020 patch for EMUI, in case you want to consult them in more detail:

  • Critics: CVE-2020-0442, CVE-2020-0441, CVE-2020-0449, CVE-2020-0451
  • High: CVE-2020-11173, CVE-2020-11174, CVE-2020-0437, CVE-2020-0443, CVE-2020-0438, CVE-2020-0453, CVE-2020-0418, CVE-2020-0439, CVE- 2020-0448, CVE-2020-12856, CVE-2020-0454, CVE-2020-0424, CVE-2020-0409, CVE-2020-0452, CVE-2020-0450
  • Socks: None
  • Low: None
  • Included in previous announcements: CVE-2020-0423, CVE-2020-0371, CVE-2020-0283

As usual, the distribution of this update it will be gradual and it will reach all the brand's devices that still maintain their active support in the coming weeks, without specifying Huawei or implementation dates nor the order of arrival for all devices in your catalog.

We will have to keep waiting for EMUI 11, but do not worry because we do not lose track and We will notify you as soon as its distribution also begins for the most important Huawei phones.

Be patient!