New Realme 5, 5s & 5i Realme UI update (C.47) with bucketload of camera & other bugfixes rolling out
One of the smartphone brand that has shown massive growth in a short span – be it in terms of the market share or expanding user base – is definitely Realme. From growing as a brand to providing budget-friendly specs-to-price ratio devices to delivering updates (monthly/OS) on time, Realme has done it all.
It’s one of the OEMs the has most swiftly delivered the Android 10-based Realme UI 1.0 to the majority of the eligible devices, that too well in the scheduled timeframe. And they’re already beta testing the upcoming Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0.
The Realme 5 lineup – Realme 5, 5i and 5s – are the devices that most recently got upgraded to the Realme UI. Being a phased push, the update of course hasn’t landed on all Realme 5/5s/5i devices as yet. But shouldn’t take long, and make it to all devices during this month.
And as per the roadmap, the spotlight is now on Realme 2 pro units that are scheduled to be upgraded this month (June). Unlike others, the beta program for the 2 Pro kick-started quite early. While they await the stable release, the OEM has pushed a new Realme UI update to the Realme 5 lineup.
Landing as build RMX1911EX_11_C.47 (Realme 5-left image), RMX1925EX_11_C.47 (Realme 5s), and RMX2030EX_11_C.47 (Realme 5i-right image), the patch brings in a whole lot of bugfixes. Super nightscape noises, blurred dark areas in wide-angle nightscape video, and rear camera HDR mode glitch to name a few.
Here’s what the long changelog reads:
-Known issue fixed
Fixed the issue that there are many noises in the super dark state when taking photos with super nightscape
Fixed the issue that dark areas are blurred in wide-angle nightscape video
Fixed the issue that in the rear camera HDR mode, if you take a picture at the maximum or minimum brightness, 3 pictures are generated
Fixed the issue that face and fingerprint call failed in multi-user mode
Fixed the issue that adjusting the volume during a call occasionally does not take effect
-Updated phone manager, optimized phone manager usage experience, details as follows:
Fixed the issue that failed to count release memory when clean background apps
Fixed the issue that phone manager occasionally failed to delete screenshots
Fixed the issue that memory increased when back to homepage after using phone manager ‘optimize feature
Added realme Buds air Neo to ACC whitelist, improved earphone audio, and stability
Improved the issue that SPI fouce suspend caused to crashed, and optimized system stability
Like usual, the updates are being pushed over-the-air, so may not hit all devices together. You can of course check for the update by heading over to Settings>> System Updates. The download links aren’t available yet, but we’ll share as and when we get hands-on them.
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