[Updated] Realme 6 Pro June update adds Widevine L1 for HDR, Autoplay in Game Space, mic & system sound in screen recording & improved SOT
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on July 2) follows:
Realme has been steadfast with the rollout of new updates for its devices. Recently, the OEM released June 2020 security update for Realme 6 Pro users.
Now, although the changelog mentioned the addition of Realme Link app on Realme 6 Pro, going by a recent post on the official community platform, the June update packed more features with it.
Here is what the announcement reads:
Hola realme fans!
Monsoon is here and so is the June OTA for realme 6 Pro. Hope you all have updated to the latest patch because it has got a lot of features and improvements.
As per the post, Realme 6 Pro June update also added both mic and system sound record option in screen recording, autoplay videos in Gallery, “create” feature in Gallery, “autoplay” feature in Game Space, Widevine L1 certification for HD Netflix and Amazon Prime video streaming, and improved SOT (Screen On Time).
Realme 6 Pro users can now toggle both system sound or mic sound while screen recording simultaneously, eradicating the need for recording both sounds separately.
Users can make use of the “Create” feature directly from Gallery to create a collage or video using the Soloop application. The recent update has also improved the screen on time up to 7+ hours.
Well, as per our earlier report, Widevine L1 support was brought over to Realme 6 Pro back in March 2020. However, it was restricted to 480p because of the COVID-19 scenario. But now users can stream HD video again on their handsets after June 2020 update.
Another interesting feature of this new update is “Autoplay” in Game Space. This allows you to unlock your phone by just sliding your fingers on the screen to unlock your device to enjoy uninterrupted gaming sessions.
Update 1 (July 8)
The June security patch update for the Realme 6 Pro seems to be causing excessive battery draining issues. Head here for more details.
Note: In the meantime, you can check out our dedicated Realme section to read such similar stories and the latest happenings around Realme smartphones and devices.
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