It’s been quite some months since Realme announced RealmeUI 2.0 for its devices since past few months. Now, the company is bringing the Android 11-based update for Realme 7 Pro via the Open Beta channel. It is going to become the first smartphone from the company to acquire RealmeUI 2.0 update this February.
Realme 7 Pro is a mid-range smartphone released in 2019. It carries 6.3 inch IPS LCD display. The phone was launched on Android 9.0 (Pie) OS and was later upgraded to Android 10-based MIUI 12. It is powered with Qualcomm SDM675 Snapdragon 675 (11 nm) chipset. Talking about the camera, it houses a dual 48 MP + 5 MP rear and single 13 MP selfie camera.
Realme has started RealmeUI 2.0 Open Beta registrations for Realme 7 Pro, and the interested owners can apply for the program. However, this Android 11 RealmeUI 2.0 Open beta update will be limited to registered users with software version RMX2170PU_11.A.33.
Before installing the Open Beta build, follow these points:
- Please make sure your phone is not rooted and charged above 60%.
- To prevent data loss, please backup your personal data before proceeding.
- Please ensure that the available phone storage is more than 5 GB. Otherwise, there will be a risk of update failure.
Steps to register for Realme UI 2.0 Open Beta
To apply for the Open Beta through your device visit Settings > Software Update > Tap on the settings icon in the top right corner > Trial Version > Submit your details and then tap on Apply Now.
To download the open beta version manually Click here.
One the other hand, Realme already alerted users from some bugs like
- After the upgrade, it may take a longer time to boot for the first time, especially if there are several third-party applications on your phone.
- After the upgrade, in order to improve the system operation efficiency and eliminate potential safety risks, the system will perform a series of actions such as application adaptation, background optimization and security scanning which may cause slight hanging and faster power consumption.
Stable updates are expected to roll out soon for those who do not apply for the Open Beta program.