You’ll have to download 707MB to update to software version 22.214.171.124 while the Taiwan one was 663MB. Either way, we recommend downloading it over Wi-Fi.
The update also adds the “latest Android security update” (should be the August patch) and as well as the generic-sounding “system enhancements.”
Every important 2017 Android flagship should have 1080p at 60 fps enabled by default. In fact 1080p@60fps has been available on smartphone for some years now. Why is HTC lagging behind?
iPhone 8/X is doing 4K in 60fps while Android stuck at 1080p/60
Taking 1080p60 videos since 2015, HTC is a joke