Android 11 is still a few months away from being officially released and the first devices, like Google’s Pixel devices, start getting updated. That has not deterred phone makers from getting a jump on the development cycle.

Realme is reportedly already working on Realme UI 2.0 that is slated to be the company’s skin on top of Android 11. Initially, the company confirmed a few devices that will be getting updated to Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0. Here’s a list of Realme devices that are eligible for the update to Realme UI 2.0

Realme X2 Pro

The first Realme device in line for Realme UI 2.0 seems to be the Realme X2 Pro. The company just kick-started the recruitment for Beta testers who will take part in testing Realme UI 2.0 on the Realme X2 Pro.

Granted, this is one of the very early stages of this software development and as such, Realme is making a very small pool of testers for the same. As a start, Realme is offering only 100 slots.

Realme plans to engage this small group of Beta testers for a period of up to 1 year, as they will form part of the Realme X2 Pro Long-term Beta Program. The company further says that it has divided this program into two segments, a Closed beta and Android 11 Early Access Beta.

Realme has also provided a way for interested persons to apply for these available slots and the deadline for application has been set to 18th May, 2020. The company adds that successful applicant members will be announced in this same thread latest by 22nd of May 2020.

Interested participants can apply for a slot at the table using one of these links;

Fill this google form: Click here

It is also worth noting that currently, this program is for Realme X2 Pro only. Realme says it is evaluating to bring it more devices.

Due credit: Thanks for the tip Aryan Dhasmana!

NOTE: We have these and many more Realme stories in our dedicated Realme section.

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