As Huawei launched its flagship killer mobile Honor 7X in October 2017, it got all positive reviews from all sides. All was expecting that it will launch with Oreo instead of Nougat. But as you know it includes Nougat, but its Kirin 659 works so much cool according to Nougat.
Previous days we came to know that Huawei is preparing for Face Recognization in Honor 7X, an Augmented Reality (AR) camera app tool, and more.
In early January Honor 7X getting its Oreo-based firmware which also included version 8.0 of Huawei’s EMUI custom Android skin (the Honor 7X shipped with EMUI 5.1). Not only this some of the Chinese variants also getting build B192.
One of the firmware’s headliners is face unlock, which uses the phone’s front-facing camera to verify your identity, and Smart lock screen notifications, which protect your privacy by preventing prying eyes from reading your notifications. You’ll find the new features in Settings -> Security and Privacy -> Face Unlock.
The update also adds an AR lens effect to the Honor 7X’s camera application that lets you add layers to selfies and change the background of photos. It’s in Camera -> Modes -> AR Lens. While it isn’t guaranteed yet, it’s possible that the international Honor 7X will get the OTA update in the near future.