Realme X2 Pro has started getting android 11 update stable build
The Realme X2 Pro was released in October of this year. It has a Snapdragon 855+ processor, a 90Hz refresh rate, a super AMOLED display, compatibility for 50W fast charging, and a unique design that still stands out. Realme has already gone on to other X series flagships, but it hasn’t forgotten about its former hero.
The Android 11 upgrade for the Realme X2 Pro has begun. This phone, like all other Realme phones, comes with the Realme UI 2.0 skin. This means you’ll get a snazzy interface on top of the latest Android 11 parts, coupled with some added Oppo bells and whistles. There are some fascinating new features to explore as part of the Realme UI 2 skin. Users may now make unique backgrounds by selecting colours from a photo under the customization option. Third-party icons can be used with the launcher, and there are several Dark Mode options. Split-screen and sidebar have new multitasking enhancements.
There are a number of other enhancements included in this update, which may 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.