Realme X2 Pro August update adds DC dimming, super power saving mode, super night standby & a truckload of other features
Released back in October 2019, the Realme X2 Pro remains one of the more capable all-round devices we have today. The device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chip and pairs that with 6-12GB RAM for an impeccable Android experience, even in 2020.
At launch, the Realme X2 Pro ran Android 9.0 out of the box and has since been updated to Android 10 with Realme UI. Since then, the device has been pretty frequently updated, most recently being in late July when the device got an update that among other things, fixed both the dark mode interface display issue and the low minimum volume on Bluetooth headsets.
Today, users of the Chinese variant of the Realme X2 Pro have something to smile about as their devices are getting an update that brings with it the August 2020 security patch. Along with this, the device is getting a bunch of new features and bug fixes.
Some of these features include the addition of DC dimming, a super power-saving mode, a super night standby mode among many others. The update changelog is equally extensive as shown below. Please note that the Changelog has been directly translated from Chinese.
Realme X2 Pro August 2020 Update changelog:
-New smooth-speed slide screen function.
-New night super standby function.
-New DC dimming function (original low light without strobe eye protection)
-New camera super text feature.
-New growth screenshot automatic scrolling function, more worry-saving operation.
-Added super power-saving mode, save more energy and worry.
-New Wi-Fi interface two-dimensional code scanning function, networking is more convenient.
-New WeChat video call beauty feature.
-Within the new status information, press and hold the copy IMEI number function.
-Added desktop and music latch screen icon sinking function.
-Added process extreme cleanup in process management.
-New sound and vibration in the default sound ingest device.
-The new screenshot preview interface returns the keys.
-New multi-user features.
-New battery bottom quick boot.
-New safe bottom quick boot.
-Added other settings at the bottom of the quick boot.
-Optimize the suspension ball to automatically hide logic in a full-screen interface.
-Optimize the status bar display and increase the second display option.
-Optimize the battery percentage default display logic.
-Optimize the flight mode logic without affecting the Bluetooth state when turned on.
-New OTG switch shortcut button.
-New focus mode stand-alone shortcuts.
-Optimize the “Mute-Ring-Vibration” icon status display logic.
-Optimize the system update prompts the window display logic.
-New interest screen status short press power off flashlight function.
-In the new drawer mode, press and hold the desktop icon to uninstall the APP function.
-The new desktop icon for the newly installed APP supports the sweep effect.
-Fix a problem with charging animated font display.
-Fix the problem of using WIFI probability cut-off.
-Fix the problem that taking photos in Taobao comments doesn’t focus.
-Fix a low-probability connection failure with the realme Buds Air Neo headphone window.
-New built-in realme community app.
-Fix the problem of low probability failure of 4D seismicity.
– Update android security patches (2020?7/2020/#8)
These changes are extensive and we should see them trickle down to more and more Realme X2 Pros in China over the next few days and weeks as Realme continues to roll out this update in batches.
It remains unclear whether these changes will make it to the international and other regional variants of the Realme X2 Pro. We shall continue to keep an eye on this build and update with download links as and when we get them so stay tuned for that.
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