Realme 7 Pro Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) stable update still elusive as device bags another beta
Realme 7 Pro, launching with a splendid spec-sheet, impressed and brought a lot of new users on board.
Arriving a couple of months before the official release of Android 11, Realme 7 Pro was among the company’s most favorite picks and therefore, got an early slot in the month of November.
Adhering to the proposed timeline, Realme kicked off an alpha testing program, inviting a few early birds to test the newly baked Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 before its stable release.
The program was planned to continue for 2 months of extensive testing and lodging feedbacks. After realizing it was stable enough, Realme further invited additional users as part of the open beta program.
It has been 4 months since the program first took off and in between this period, we witnessed a host of beta updates with constant improvements.
We recently learned that the stable version of Android 11 for the general public could possibly roll out by March 21.
Since Realme 7 Pro and Narzo 20 bagged their first beta around the same time, the stable release of Android 11 for the latter corroborates the imminence of the stable update for Realme 7 Pro as well.
But looks like the company is still not ready with the stable Android 11 update as a mere beta update with barely any fix has started rolling out. Here’s the short changelog of version C.18.
Fixed some known issues and improved the system stability.
The company has so far been pretty punctual with the Android 11 rollout and we expect a similar delivery for the Realme 7 Pro if everything goes fine.
In the meantime, you can visit our dedicated Realme Android 11 update tracker to stay updated with the latest news.
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