The Asus ZenFone Max Pro – (M1) today announced that, in April of 2018, with Android, 8.1 And Oreo picked up the Android-Of 9, Pie-update a year later, however, it is still for the stable version of Android for 10. However, Asus is working on Android-10-for the ZenFone with Max Pro, (M1) for a couple of months now, and the company has just released the third beta of the Android 10 smartphone.
Asus ZenFone Max Pro – (M1)
The beta build does not bring any new features to the ZenFone with Max Pro, (M1), but the bump in the Android security-patch-level of the smartphone on November 5, 2020 and will come with bug fixes as listed below.
- Fixed a VOIP call, still a problem after you open the “OK Google” in voice assistant.
- Hard, HD, HDR, high-definition, High-frame-rate are missing, the problem is in PUBG.
- Fixed NFC not working issue after upgrading to Android 10.
The new firmware is the sport version of 17.2017.2006.429, and it requires a download of about 1.7 GB space on the company’s official web site. In addition, the update is only available for devices sporting the model code of ZB602KL.