Realme X50 Pro Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) released in December, but update page still lacks manual download links
One of the many advantages of being a flagship machine user is that you”ll always be first in line to experience the big Android updates.
Realme followed the same fashion and got the Realme X50 Pro enrolled in the Android 11 beta program.
As a result, the device was among the first few devices alongside the Pixel devices to receive the Android 11 update on the very same day of its launch.
But the company took its sweet time to develop the stable version of Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 and it is in December when Realme X50 Pro bagged the stable update.
Speaking of stable updates, the company has mostly been lethargic with its rollout as only Realme X50 Pro and Realme Narzo 20 have managed to steal the software update page.
And the not-so-good thing is that it still doesn’t provide Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) manual download package for the Realme X50 Pro.
It has been more than 4 months since its stable release and Realme is yet to update its software update page with the latest links.
Even the Realme Narzo 20 section lies dormant with no sign of the Realme UI 2.0 stable update download package.
This violates the point of having a software update page in the first place when the company has no mood to pay heed to this section.
This comes as an unlooked-for piece of information and isn’t expected from a brand that has raised itself to a level this big.
Although Realme continues to release the Android 11 Early Access program in line with the roadmap provided, the stable update still remains elusive for the major lot.
Here’s a dedicated Realme Android 11 update tracker that reflects the latest information related to your Realme device.
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