Realme X50 Pro to get Android 11 Beta 1 in mid-July


Realme has recently announced that its flagship device, Realme X50 Pro will get Android 11 Beta with Realme UI in mid-July. The company has made an announcement days after Google officially released the first beta for Pixel devices. Realme has joined the league after major players like Xiaomi, Oppo and OnePlus revealed their plans to bring Android 11 Beta 1 to their respective flagships. Just a day ago, Xiaomi and Oppo confirmed their plans and made public that Android 11 Beta will be coming to Xiaomi Mi 10 5G, Mi 10 Pro 5G,  and POCO F2 Pro and Oppo Find X2 respectively in the coming days.

Realme X50 Pro Android 11

Realme revealed only a limited amount of information confirming mid-July release, but you always know we’ll have more details to share when the release approaches. If you own a Realme X50 Pro, it’s definitely great news to taste the new sweeter version of Android.

With a new Android version release every year, Google leaves no stone unturned to make Android a better and safer platform for the users. Android 11 beta bakes in several new and improved features that include native screen recording, ability to increase touch sensitivity, notification history, muting notifications during the video, auto revoke app permissions, enhanced privacy controls, and much more to cherish for.

Related: [Download OTA Zip] Realme 5, 5i and 5s starts receiving the Realme UI stable update

While Google has already revealed the changelog in its announcement, there would be so much more to explore and try out once more smartphones get in line to taste Android Beta 11. We’ll be in a position to provide more in-depth details on how Android 11 Beta puts up in offering new and useful features. In the coming days and weeks, we expect more smartphones to get Android 11 Beta for additional users to try out the beta version of the upcoming Android 11.

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Mohit has a great passion for technology and gadgets. He is tech savvy since his childhood days and loves tech for what it offers to make life easier and help folks being creative and innovative. Apart, he is a big foodie and likes travelling and exploring places.


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