Realme 6 starts Receiving June Security update with some fixes


Realme starts rolling out the Android security patch for the month of June 2020. Realme 6 is a mid-range Android phone that is launched in March 2020. The update comes with firmware version RMX2001_11.B.33 and weighs about 3.02 GB in size.

Realme 6 OTA

The update mainly contains the June Security patch. Along with the security patch, the company has added the Google Pay app on the phone. It also includes the Hebrew system language. Realme 6 latest update also includes some fixes to the gaming experience, system stability, and more. You can see the full changelog of the update below.


• Added Google pay


• Supported Hebrew system language

• Updated default lock screen wallpaper

• Fixed the issue that low probability splash screen in some scenes of Instagram

• Fixed the issue that some games show 0 FPS in the game space 

• Fixed some known issues, and improved system stability

Realme says the update will be rolled out in phases. It will be pushed randomly limited set of users first. After that, the company will roll out this update to all the users. If you want to check the update manually you can go through the Settings > About menu to manually check for the update.

Moreover, if you can’t wait for the OTA and know how to flash the OTA files manually. Then you can download the OTA file from the link given below.

Download Realme 6 June update OTA zip 

Realme 6 specification

The smartphone features a 6.5-inch bezel-less punch hole full HD display. It supports a 90 Hz refresh rate for the better gaming experience. Realme 6 houses a MediaTek Helio G90T chipset, 64-megapixel AI Quad camera, In-display selfie camera, Side Fingerprint sensor, 30W fingerprint sensor, and runs Android 10.

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