Realme UI 2.0 has started rolling out to some of the Chinese company’s smartphones. Realme UI 2.0, based on Android 11, is rolling out to select Realme X, Realme 6 and Realme 6i, according to the company. The Realme Narzo 10A is reportedly receiving the latest update as well. All of these smartphones were part of the beta program a few months ago and are now getting the latest build with several bug fixes and improvements. With the update, phones will receive features including customization of the user interface (UI), improved dark mode styles, and more.
Apart from the usual Android 11 features like customization of the user interface, three new dark mode styles, tones and more, the latest update also optimizes system performance and stability.
According to posts on the Realme community forum, the Realme X is getting a UI version. RMX1901EX_11.F.03… On the other hand, the Realme 6 gets a UI version. RMX2001_11.C.12, and Realme 6i will receive RMX2001_11.C.12… According to report for the RM update, Realme Narzo 10A gets the RMX2020_11_C.06 UI version. However, since the company’s community forum did not post a message about the Narzo 10A update, this information should be taken with some skepticism.
Realme UI 2.0 update changelog
According to community reports, Realme UI 2.0 includes features such as three dark mode styles: advanced, medium and soft. The contrast of the display can now be automatically adjusted according to the ambient light. The latest update also has an app drawer feature that allows Realme users to sort apps by name, installation time, and usage. Smartphones will be able to select and uninstall multiple applications at once using this feature.
Realme is also introducing Tones in the latest update. This will link successive notification tones into a single ringtone. In addition, after the update is complete, Realme users can now share their hotspot with others using a QR code. App Lock and Low Battery Messages have also been added, among other features.
Since the update is released in batches, some users may receive it earlier than others. We recommend that you update your phone while it is charging and connected to a reliable Wi-Fi network.