Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update tracker: Devices that have received the beta/stable OS so far
Realme is one of the fastest-growing tech companies in the world right now. With only a couple or so years in business, the company is doing what some big tech companies like LG have often failed to achieve despite years of experience in the smartphone business.
Timely software updates are unheard of on LG’s little smartphone island. But that’s untrue with Realme phones. Perhaps it’s the close ties with OPPO, which has years of experience making smartphones but with a hardly decorated software update history (policy).
Or maybe it’s just sheer dedication from the Realme team to ensure that device owners have the latest software update available. For now, we’ll hang on to the latter course and hope Realme doesn’t become complacent, just like it’s already happening with the Android 11 update.
The company revealed in March 2020 that Realme UI 2.0 development was already underway. Not long after, the Realme 2 Pro was ruled out of contention for the big update, which will also bring Android 11 to multiple devices.
In May 2020, recruitment into Realme UI 2.0 beta officially started. And in June Realme dropped the bomb, confirming that Android 11 beta will be ready for Realme X50 Pro units in July.
True to its word, Realme has released the first beta version of Android 11 for early adopters who own the Realme X50 Pro. But that’s not the only device getting updated to Realme UI 2.0. We have a potential list here.
As for this moment, though, these are the Realme smartphones that have picked up the beta or stable update to Android 11 (Realme UI 2.0).
|Device/Android 11 update||BETA||STABLE|
|Realme X50 Pro||Released||—|
|Realme X50 Pro Player Edition||Released||—|
|Realme X2 Pro||Recruitment||—|
Of course, expect this article to receive regular updates whenever a new Realme device picks up an update to Android 11, beta or stable.
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