In recent weeks we are seeing how many models are being updated to Android 11. In fact we have begun to analyze this version of Android with the different layers of the manufacturers. We have done it with Vivo, with Samsung and with Xiaomi.
Now it is another manufacturer that has begun to update more models to Android 11, realme. The Chinese manufacturer has launched an OTA with Android 11 and realme UI 2.0 for two models that are sold in Spain, the realme 7 Pro and the realme 7i.
Android 11 reaches the realme 7i and 7 Pro in tests
This firmware is being received by users who signed up for the testing phase of the new version of Android.
Android 11 runs under Realme UI 2.0, the manufacturer’s new interface that has focused on improving customization. This is not a surprise because as we told you recently, Color OS, the OPPO layer, is one of the best ways to personalize a mobile, and Realme UI is quite similar.
At the moment these betas have begun to be distributed in India and it seems that in Spain there is no active program as of today.
It is hoped that after the necessary corrections we will see the updates on all models in all countries in the coming months. Hopefully we’ll just have to wait until spring.
If you want to know what Android 11 offers you, we recommend that you watch the following video:
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