New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on April 14, 2020) follows:
Realme X2 users were fortunate enough to bag the Realme UI (Android 10) update right on time, which was not in the case for the Realme X2 Pro users.
Matter of fact, in a quick span of a couple of weeks, the stable Realme UI (Android 10) update for the Realme X2 is already released for all the users.
This is not something new for Realme, as the brand has been pretty loyal to its fans and users and has not only added featureful smartphones to its portfolio, but is also gaining in terms of providing timely security/firmware updates for its devices.
But, it looks like the company has overlooked some of the issues associated with the Realme UI (Android 10) update for the Realme X2 because, as per several user reports on Twitter, the users of the device are experiencing various bugs and issues on their smartphone post-update.
Notably, the users have brought to light, game sound problem, battery drain issue, front camera lag, and various other issues after the Realme UI update on the Realme X2.
You can check out the various reports by the Realme X2 users below:
Realme is yet to acknowledge all these issues creeping up on the device after the Realme UI (Android 10) update. This is not the first time that issues have surfaced on the device post update.
But, what OEMs should really do is that they need to take extra care in rolling out bug-free stable updates. Because prior to the stable updates, beta updates are rolled out and errors should be fixed then and there.
And Realme has boldly claimed that the update has been released for all, meaning that these issues on the Realme X2 is widespread and some quick action is required by the OEM about this matter. We will keep you in the loop until something new or official comes up in this regard.
Update (April 22, 2020)
The bugfix update is now live. You can read the complete coverage here.
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