It’s about time we begin to witness more stable updates than the Early Access applications. Realme is finally looking sure to expand the stable version of Realme UI 2.0 to more devices now.
It was not long ago when Realme X50 5G & X50m received the Open Beta application and now we have the stable Realme UI 2.0 update ready for everyone to experience.
These devices were a hit and are sold in China and Europe. Nonetheless, news related to these devices can be a positive one for other Realme device owners across the globe as well.
The Chinese Realme community announced the commencement of official, or what we know as stable, Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update for Realme X50 5G and X50m this morning.
The update comes with version C.10 and from what we have learned, will be rolled out gradually to all users in a phase-wise fashion.
Realme has a habit of releasing major updates to first the testers and then after reassuring it is good to go, moves to the general public.
Going by the past trends, it shouldn’t take Realme more than a month to release the update to all units active in the market.
There will be a bombardment of questions where users would ask, what’s good news in there for us?
Well, if we look at the timelines here, Realme X50 5G & X50m received the Open Beta application on May 3. Cut to June 2, we have a stable update ready. This is indeed an indication of an expeditious rollout program from Realme.
The brand looks optimistic about software updates and towards the end of Q2, will definitely try to ensure more devices get it.
There are a bunch of devices already on Open Beta and this may be a piece of good news for them as a stable Realme UI 2.0 update is imminent.
That said, we will keep tracking the developments in the Realme section and post it here as soon as it’s out. In the meantime, do check out our dedicated tracker to never miss any updates.
Android 12 is also live now, track all the developments on that here.
Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Realme Section so be sure to follow them as well.
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