A couple of months back, Realme has officially launched the Realme X3 SuperZoom smartphone in India and Europe. The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ Chipset, and it features a 6.6-inch FHD+ punch-hole display with 1080 x 2400 pixels resolution. In the camera department, there’s a quad rear camera and a 32-MP + 8-MP dual front camera for selfies and video calling.
Realme has started seeding out the August 2020 Security Patch update for Realme X3 SuperZoom. The update is currently limited only to Indian and European markets. However, it will be released shortly in all other markets too.
- [February 04, 2021]: Realme has started seeding out the January 2021 Security patch update the Realme X3 SuperZoom. The update bears the RMX2081_11_A.49 or RMX2081PU_11_A.49 Fiware version, weighs nearly 400MB in size, and it’s rolling out only to the Indian users. It brings fixes for the probabilistic issue that reconnecting the Bluetooth headset during a call caused the loud sound, the probabilistic issue that data migration failure, and the probabilistic issue that Recording displays abnormally when the recording file is deleted. It also optimizes the system performance and improved system stability.
- [December 15, 2020]: Realme X3 SuperZoom devices have started picking a new update with both the November and December 2020 Security patches. The update is rolling out on the RMX2081PU_11_A.47 Firmware version. As per the changelog, it adds the latest Security patches, new add-ons, optimizations, and fixes. The new add-ons include a new icon for phone calls with Bluetooth earphone.
The update brings fixes for the probabilistic screen flicker when editing the album, probabilistic crashing issue in alarm detail interface, probabilistic screen flicker when entering passwords entries in Dark mode, and when using Clone Phone in Dark mode, the probabilistic issue that From Sunset to Sunrise status is out of sync issue.
- [November 10, 2020]: The October 2020 Security patch update has finally started hitting the Realme X3 smartphones. The update is bumping on the RMX2081PU_11.A.45 Firmware version and features with the latest Security patch, new add-ons, optimizations and fixes. The new add-ons include a toggle for system icons in the Status bar, From Sunset to Sunrise toggle for eye comfort, and toggle for display keyboard when entering app drawer. The fixes include network connection loss in some scenarios, probabilistic screen flicker when entering the album and more.
- [September 27, 2020]: Realme X3 SuperZoom has finally started receiving the Security Patch update for the month of September 2020. The update is arriving as RMX2081PU_11_A.43 Firmware version, and it adds the latest Security patch, new features, and fixes for known/ reported issues. The update brings fixes for the probabilistic crashing issue, display issue of the battery icon, missing prompt window, etc.
- [August 28, 2020]: The August 2020 Security update is hitting all the Indian devices on the RMX2081PU_11.A.41 firmware version, and European users are receiving it on RMX2081EU_11.A.40 build number.
According to the changelog, the update houses with August 2020 Patch, new add-ons, fixes, and several optimizations. The new add-ons include Super nighttime standby & auto-scroll feature, Power Saving Mode, Pull-down gesture, return button in the screenshot, automatic downloads option, Multi-user feature, and Quick guide feature in the battery, security, and other interfaces.
Interested users can download the Ozips and install the update manually. The Ozip files of the Indian and European users are as follows.
- [June 27, 2020]: Realme X3 Superzoom has started receiving the June 2020 Security Patch update on the RMX2081_11_A.31 firmware version. The update is limited to Indian users, and it adds Realme Paysa and Realme Link app. To know more details about the update then click here.
The update is seeding in batches, and it generally takes a week to hit all the units. To check the update manually, head to Settings>Software updates>Check for updates. Also, make sure to switch to a WiFi network before updating to avoid carrier data charges.