Chinese smartphone maker Realme unveiled its Realme UI 2.0 based on the Android 11 operating system in late September 2020.
Chinese smartphone maker Realme Revealed his Realme UI 2.0Based on operating systemAndroid 11 at the end of September 2020. Like the previous iteration, the latest version of the brand’s mobile operating system is based on OPPO ColorOS 11, To be exact. So far, the company has just released a stable update for a single device –Realme X50 Pro. However, several smartphones have received beta builds. Now, six more devices have been added to the beta program.
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Each manufacturer has a different name for its beta program. Therefore, the Realme calls its “Early Access” initiative. When the brand officially announced its interfaceRealme UI 2.0 in the second half of last year, it also revealed a schedule update for all eligible smartphones.
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The company has been recruiting beta users for its equipment, according to the schedule. Thus, following the chronology, it has now opened beta registrations for its smartphones from the list below as part of the January 2021 quota.
- realme X3
- SuperZoom X3 real
- realme X2
- realme 6
- realme C12
- realme C15
Interested users of the aforementioned equipment can contact Definitions> Software Update> Trial Version> And submit data to sign up for the initiative. If selected, they will receive the beta update via OTA.
That said, if for any reason, any user who wants to return to the latest stable version, can do so by downloading and installing the downgrade appropriate. However, it is worth noting that this process will format your smartphone’s internal storage and will not be able to return to the “Early Access” program.