Having been launched with impressive hardware, Realme X2 Pro enjoyed lots of appreciation for a long time in the smartphone market.
Being the company’s one of the top-rated devices, Realme X2 Pro received an Early Access to Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update soon after the Android 11 launch.
The device has continued to bag multiple beta updates in between. But all this has been restricted to the early birds who signed up for the program.
Realme has recently kicked off the second phase rollout for a few devices and has even released the stable update for the Realme Narzo 20.
This is positive for not only the devices for which rollout has begun but for other eligible devices as well as they may soon see the notification banner of a new update.
Realme X2 Pro is one such device that has recently come up with its first Android 11 Public Beta program but specifically in China.
The update carries the label F.08 and invites users who have their Realme X2 Pro running on Android 10.
Although this program stays within the Chinese borders, it hints at a close rollout of a similar program in other regions as well.
In the following announcement, Realme has also released a rollback package for those who weren’t really impressed by the Realme UI 2.0 update.
This downgrade is available for those who have plans to opt for the Public Beta as well as for the previous Early Access recruits.
This news only corroborates the expected stable Android 11 rollout plan for the Realme X2 Pro that came to light recently.
Realme has a history of releasing updates almost when the months are about to end.
While developers at Realme prepares an update, here’s where you should be to never miss any Realme Android 11 update-related news for your device.
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