When it arrived in October 2019, the Realme X2 Pro was a revelation in the ‘flagship killer’ market, following the classic formula of combining killer features with a jaw-droppingly low price. Realme hasn’t forgotten about it. Not entirely, at least.
After some beta testing, the smartphone is now getting a stable update to Android 11 with Realme UI 2.0 starting today. RMX1931 11 F.11 is the name of the new build, which is 349MB in size. As usual, the update may be released in phases, so don’t be concerned if you haven’t yet got the notification. Manually checking it in Settings might help.
Realme X2 Pro gets Android 11
There are some cool new features to explore as part of the Realme UI 2.0 skin. Users may now make custom wallpapers by selecting colors from a photo under the customization option. Third-party icons can be used with the launcher, and there are many Dark Mode options. Split-screen and sidebar have new multitasking enhancements. There are a few new features in the camera app, as well as HeyTap Cloud integration for backups.
When it comes to cameras on Realme X2 Pro, the update adds shortcuts for sharing and editing photographs and videos you just took. The latest update also includes the inertial zoom feature, which smooths out zooming during video recording, as well as the level and grid feature, which helps in video recording.
There are a number of other features included in this Realme UI 2.0 update, which can be found in the official changelog. The update package is 349MB in size, and downloading it will require a stable internet connection. Realme is releasing it in phases, so if you haven’t received it yet, you may have to wait.
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