Realme C12 and C15, launched with Android 10-based Realme UI last year, are two budget offerings by the company while Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom offer premium features.

Realme ensures that even the lower segment devices get a taste of the latest OS. As a result, these devices found their slots for the Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update in the official roadmap early this year.

Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom, Realme C12, and Realme C15 received the Android 11 early access back in January but only a few early birds managed to get it.


A big chunk of these device users is still waiting for a similar application to go live.

The OEM has recently kicked off an Open Beta channel for the Realme 6 Pro and this makes users believe that the company may re-open a program for these devices as well.

But it seems the update may take a little longer as the company only has a trivial security patch to offer for now.

Realme C11, C12, and C15 handsets are receiving the February security patches and this takes the UI version to RMX2185_11_A.87, RMX2189_11_A.87, and RMX2180_11_A.87 respectively. The changelog for the three remains the same.


– Updated Android security patch: February, 2021


– Fix some known issues

– Optimized ​​system stability

Source (C11, C12, C15)

As for Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom, the updated version is RMX2185_11_A.87 but unlike the C series here, this update brings a host of new features. Here’s the changelog.


– Updated Android security patch: February, 2021& March, 2021


– Added FinShell Pay


– Optimized system performance and improved system stability


– Optimized the crop response time after screenshoting

– Optimized the operating interface in croping screenshot

– Fixed the probabilistic cannot save screenshot issue after editing screenshot


– Fixed the lagging issue when long screenshoting in adding world clock interface


All of these security patches, as always, will roll out in a phased manner and may take their sweet time to finally appear in the update centers of the masses.

Users who unfortunately couldn’t enroll themselves in the early access program in January have no other option but to settle with the security patch for now.

Realme is gradually stepping up its development. Recently, Realme Narzo 20 and Realme 7 Pro received the stable Android 11 update.


An expeditious rollout of the Android 11 update for Realme X3, X3 SuperZoom, C12, and C15 is also in the pipeline and may soon see the daylight.

Any development will be posted here and in the meantime, viewers can head towards our dedicated Realme Android 11 update tracker to never miss any update.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Realme Section so be sure to follow them as well.

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