Realme Narzo 20 Pro gets stable Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update; Open beta kick-started for Realme X & XT
Realme loves releasing phones one after the other, which can be confusing at times since potential buyers have to choose from a vast variety at the same price with very less differentiating factors.
With so many phones, the software updates have to be taken care of accordingly which Realme has ensured by rolling out updates to its existing devices.
The major update making headlines these days for Realme devices is Realme UI 2.0 on top of Android 11. Many devices have received the update while some way older Realme phones from 2019 are still in line for the same.
The latest Realme device to be blessed with stable Realme UI 2.0 with Android 11 is Realme Narzo 20 Pro. The open beta for the same was announced in March of this year.
To give a brief, Narzo 20 Pro is strikingly similar to Realme 7 since both have the same design, hardware and even display. Narzo 20 Pro goes ahead in charging speeds though as it can charge in just 38 minutes thanks to the 65W charger which comes along with it.
Speaking of Realme 7, that phone received the said stable update 1 week prior to Narzo 20 Pro. This is odd since in the past both have had received software updates on the same days as both are strikingly similar.
Nonetheless, Realme Narzo 20 Pro users can now enjoy the host of features Realme UI 2.0 and Android 11 brings such as an overhaul of the notification panel, a new set of accent colors, using apps in mini windows among a plethora of others.
For more details on the same, head over to the Realme community which can be viewed here. That said, Realme X and XT users can rejoice as well.
Both launched with Android 9 Pie alongside ColorOS, have received Android 10, and are now in due for Android 11. As being ‘X’ series of phones, both are in line to get two major updates — Android 11 being the final one.
With that being said, Realme X and XT users can now apply for the open beta which is coming in approximately 1 month after the company announced the early access.
In order to apply for the open-beta on your Realme X and XT, open settings > Software update > three dots menu > Trial version > Select your device. In a few minutes, you’ll be entered for the open beta and the update will arrive in a few minutes or hours.
As per the previous track record, it may take a month or two for the stable Realme UI 2.0 to land, which would mark the end of major Android updates for Realme X and Realme XT.
Want to know when your Realme phone will get the awaited Realme UI 2.0 update? Head over to our update tracker for the same.
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