Realme 5 Pro and Realme XT March security update rolling out with game audio optimization & many bugfixes
Probably one of the brands that pops-up in our minds, when we think of smartphone manufacturers that have grown at a rapid pace then, it is definitely Realme.
Yesterday a lot of Realme phones in China has picked up the March security updates, namely Realme X, Realme 3 Pro/X Lite, Realme X50 Pro 5G and Realme 5 Pro/ Q.
And in the process of extending the March 2020 update for more devices, Realme has pushed the latest security patchset for the Realme 5 Pro and Realme XT as well.
Talking about the updates, both the devices get the same features and bug fixes like optimized power consumption and game audio optimization, fix for boot animation, fix for a memory leak, etc.
Let us take a look at the updates, one by one:
Realme 5 Pro
Notably, that Realme 5 Pro has already been served with the Realme UI (Android 10) update. The March 2020 OTA for the Realme 5 Pro arrives with the version C.02.
Check out the complete changelog for both the handsets, below:
● Android security patch: March, 2020
● Optimized system power consumption
● Optimized the effect of game audio
● Fixed the probability error of boot animation display
● Fixed the low probabilistic stuck issue while using third-party applications
● Fixed low probability stuck issue due to the memory leak of system
● Fixed the probability issue that photos or screenshots are not displayed after upgrading
Realme has already pushed the Realme UI (Android 10) update for the Realme XT. The March 2020 security update for the Realme XT arrives with the version C.03 and shares the same changelog as the one mentioned for the Realme 5 Pro, above.
Readers should note that the updates for both the Realme 5 Pro and Realme XT will be arriving via OTA and will take some time in hitting all the units.
If you have not received the notification of the update, then you can head over to the Settings menu to check for it. Besides, we will update this post once the manual download links are available.
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