Realme X April update brings decimal point charging animantion, upswipe gesture indicator & bugfixes
When the Realme X2 was launched, the company not only introduced a new phone, but also introduced a new feature that shows decimal point while charging the phone.
With the help of this two-point decimal system, you could actually see your device charging in real-time. However, this feature was later removed from the devices that feature 20W and 30W chargers, due to some display issues and it was only available for phones with 50W chargers.
This two-point decimal charging system was a pretty nice feature and users were waiting when Realme will push this feature back for the compatible devices.
And if we go by recent announcement on the Realme community website, the decimal point animation has been brought back for the Realme X with the April security patchset.
Matter of fact, the update also brings up a swipe gesture indicator to follow screen rotation, optimizes the audio effect, fixes MPG format video thumbnail, and some other fixes for the Realme X.
Notably, the update is currently live for the users of Realme X in China and it arrives with version number C.08. Below is the complete changelog for your reference:
● Update April 2020 security patch
● Add decimal point display for charging animation
● Add upswipe gesture indicator bar in settings to follow screen rotation
● Optimize the audio effect of the three-party application
● Add arrow to the right of the list of recent location information requests in dark mode
● Fix MPG format video display black and white in thumbnail in file management
● Fix the problem of prompt tone every time the client plays music
● Fix the problem that the system’s own theme “Simple and Beautiful” calendar and clock icons are inconsistent with the actual display (after upgrading, you need to reapply the “Simple and Beautiful” theme in the theme store)
If you are in China and own a Realme X, then you can enjoy the latest security patchset and the decimal charging system on your phone with this new update, that is arriving via OTA in batches.
Users can head over to Settings>>Software Updates and check for the updates manually on their phones if they have not received the update notification.
Let us know in the comments below, what are your thoughts about the decimal charging system, and do you think this feature should be made available for more phones in the future??
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