ASUS today started rolling out a new update for Max Pro M1, the new update comes with much requested Digital wellbeing. Digital Wellbeing is Android’s latest development of reducing screen time by keeping a track on users daily activity & showing them in a well organized tabs.
Below is release notes which provides all the details:
Enable Digital Wellbeing
Digital Wellbeing offers a brand-new perspective at how you can cut down on how much time you exactly spend on each of your apps. With it you can set a time-limits on app usages, see how many times you open a particular app, which app notification gets most of your attention through the day.
Optimize Unlocking experience
Max Pro M1’s new FOTA update brings you a much optimized and faster PIN and Pattern unlocking experience
Optimized Battery Consumption
The Max Pro M1’s new FOTA update optimizes your battery consumption for a much longer battery backup that takes you farther on your daily new adventures.
Optimize Dark mode experience
The optimized & improved ‘Dark mode’ support with the Max Pro M1’s new update enables better dark mode support across the UI, apps and app notifications that support the Dark Mode.
Updated Google security patch – June 2019
The Max Pro M1’s new FOTA update also brings to it Googles latest security patch.
Since the server pushes update notice to different serial numbers by batches, it may take some days for you to receive the FOTA notice. Thanks for your patience. You may tap “System updates” in [Settings] >[System] to check if there is new firmware available. Or, you can also try to manually update firmware by referring to the following link.
ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1 has recently received price cut & comes with all new pricing. Starting at Rs. 7,999.
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