The Realme X50 Pro is starting to upgrade to Android 11, the latest and most recent version of Google’s operating system. It does so thanks to Realme UI 2.0, the new version of customization layer from the Chinese manufacturer, with significant aesthetic and functional improvements.
We are going to tell you all about this update, as Realme has been ahead of many of the manufacturers, giving its high-end Android 11 just before the end of the year, a great exercise on its part.
Android 11 based on Realme UI 2.0 for the X50 Pro
The Realme X50 Pro 5G is the high-end of the Chinese company. It has a Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 865 and configurations of up to 12 + 256 GB. With this hardware configuration you will have no problem moving Android 11, the latest version of Android.
Specifically, Realme is starting to distribute the version RMX2076PU_11.C.16 in India, numbering that will have some variation when the deployment occurs globally. The update, if we come from the latest version, has a weight of “only” 827 megabytes, coming from the hand of Android 11 and Realme UI 2.0.
As for the news that this phone will receive, many customization options are included, such as three dark modes, third-party icons in the stock launcher or the creation of personalized wallpapers. Improvements arrive at the level of security, system, optimizations, camera and others. At the moment there is no news of the European deployment, but the update in India is the first big step for this update, so in the coming weeks we should see Android 11 in all Realme X50 Pro globally.
Via | XDA Developers
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