Realme 5 Pro Realme UI June update adds PaySa support, charging animation & decimal charging display & more (Download link inside)
Realme is a relatively young OEM in the smartphone market having launched its first device ever in India in May 2018. One way this company is managing to stay ahead of the competition is by rolling out regular and timely update to its devices like Realme 5 Pro.
One could argue that this company can afford to be at the top of its game owing to the company’s relatively slim portfolioof devices and they might have a point. But bottom line in, Realme is killing it when it comes to pushing out updates.
Realme is today rolling out an update to the Realme 5 Pro. This update brings the June 2020 security patch update but packs a lot more than just an improved Android security patch level.
From the update’s changelog, we see that the Realme 5 Pro is getting a few more features such as addition of support for PaySa in India, an improved charging animation and more accurate battery level monitor when charging by adding decimal charging display.
Below is the full changelog for this update, Realme UI version RMX1971EX_11.C.04.
● Updated Andriod security patch（2020#6）
● Added realme PaySa(India)
● Added realme Link
● Added charging animation on the lock screen
● Added charging decimal display on the lock screen while charging
● Modified default state of power-saving mode auto-off switch
● Modified default state of screen brightness reduction switch in power-saving mode
● Optimized transparency of the slide back gesture style
● Optimized screen recording icon size
As this is an OTA, it will roll out in stages and it could be a while, maybe even weeks before this update is available to your Realme 5 Pro. As such, users are advised to sit tight and await the update on their devices. For users that would like to manually install this firmware, below is the download link.
- Device: Realme 5 Pro
- Codename: RMX1971EX
- Channel: Global Stable
- Version: RMX1971EX_11.C.04
- Android: 10
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: 5628C63C7CF5881DF7468A78567EC7FE
- Type: Recovery
We can only hope that more and more OEMs strive to push out these regular updates to their devices as all this adds up to build a more stable and secure ecosystem.
NOTE: We have these and many more Realme stories in our dedicated Realme section.
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