News surfaced hinting at a stable release by March 21 but even that turned out to be false. The stable Android 11 update is yet to see the daylight.
The device was among the first 3 devices from the company to have received the Android 11 update. The other two already enjoy the stable update whereas Realme 7 Pro still craves the update.
The only question is that where is the stable Android 11 update for the Realme 7 Pro?
Well, users’ intent curiosity forced customer support to answer queries related to the arrival of the stable update. Here’s what customer support has allegedly said.
I would like to inform you that the realme UI 2.0 for the realme 7 Pro is in its last stage to roll out.
You will soon get the good news of realme UI 2.0 for realme 7 Pro.
If this statement from customer support is anything to go by, the stable Android 11 update for the Realme 7 Pro may just be around the corner.
But for now, there’s only a mere security patch with a short changelog available to settle with.
This update with version A.37 holds the March security patch and fixes some known issues and improves system stability.
– Android security patch: Mar, 2021
– Fixed some known issues and improved system stability
Realme 7 Pro saga has seen so much that it has ignited a lot of excitement among users.
No doubt it is a decent offering for the price tag it carries and if Realme eventually adds the promised Always-On Display customizations, this will indeed be great news.
The company has all its focus concentrated on software update development as it has recently come up with a detailed roadmap dedicated to devices scheduled for Q2.
The Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update is close and to stay updated on breaking news, device owners should keep an eye on our dedicated Realme Android 11 update tracker.
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