Realme 5 & Realme C2 starts receiving September security update, latter gets Digital Wellbeing
Realme is one of the fastest-growing brands globally. With the addition of low priced yet featureful smartphones in its portfolio, the company is surely trying to establish itself as one of the major players in the smartphone industry.
Talking about some numbers that reflect the true potential of the brand, according to a report by CMR MICI survey, Realme was placed in the first position in terms of lowest return rates for any smartphone brand.
In simpler words, lowest return rates are measured by the customer’s first visit to a service center within the first 6 months of purchase, for both online and offline buyers.
Moreover, digging in deep in the report, the users have also ranked Realme smartphones one of the top brands (90%) when it comes to smartphone reliability. These numbers show that the company is headed in the right direction, bringing out the services users that users look forward to.
Now, with all this positivity in the bag, Realme has pushed the latest September 2019 security update for the Realme 5 (September update once again?) and the Realme C2 smartphones. Let us first talk about the update received on the Realme 5 OTA.
The new update for the Realme 5, carries the version number A.14 (sized 2.53 GB) and brings in some new enhancements to the camera as well as the September patch. Realme has also provided the link to download the update for power users who wish you sideload the update package on their device.
Below is the official changelog for the update and the official announcement as well.
Dear Fans of realme 5,
Here’s a day to celebrate, as your realme 5 is receiving another update for the month of September!
- Android security patch: September 2019
- Improved system stability
- Improved the brightness of the flashlight
- Optimized camera effect of the third-party application
- Improved beauty effect of camera
- Optimized camera’s color reproduction
- Increased the brightness of dark areas at night
To clear the confusion, there was a previous official announcement made by Realme the cover of which stated September 2019. However, the changelog did not mention anything related to the September security patch.
And incoming is another September security update announcement, that has a different changelog, and slightly different build number, an the official announcement says it brings in the September security patch. So yes, we can say the A.14 build actually brings the September security patch.
In another development, Realme has also pushed out the September 2019 update for the Realme C2 device as well. The update carries the version number A.17 and weighs in around 1.96GB.
Below is the official announcement along with the screenshot and the changelog for the update:
Dear Fans of realme C2,
Your handset is receiving a new update for the month of September!
- Android security patch: September, 2019
- Added the manual lock feature by long press the power button
- Manual limit the network speed of hotspot connected device
- Display the data consumed by connected devices
- Customizable data consumed reminder
- Added Google Digital Wellbeing
- Optimized lock screen clock widget design
- Added date and weather widget
- Optimized Smart Assistant interface.
Notification Center and Status Bar
- Redesigned the notification center style
- Swipe left or right to remove the message prompt after receiving the message
Notably, September OTA on both devices bring in a lot of other improvements along with the security update. Keep in mind that the updates are rolled out in batches. However, you can always check for the update manually by heading to Settings>>Software Updates>>Check for new updates.
Below are the download links to both the update packages received on the Realme 5 and C2:
- Version: A.14
- Size: 2.53GB
- md5: EBCD8E4596CE50E1242A02FB03A64713
- Link: Download
- Version: A.17
- Size: 1.96GB
- md5: b941dd6e80970b059fcbaf2b427bc110
- Link: Download
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