Chinese smartphone maker realme announced realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 as the latest version of its mobile software in September 2020. The company has been delivering beta builds for the eligible devices since then. So far, only one handset has received the stable update globally and that is none other than the realme X50 Pro. That said, the brand has now started recruiting beta testers for realme 6i and realme narzo 10.
The realme 6i and the realme narzo 10 were supposed to get the realme UI 2.0 Early Access update in February. According to the schedule, the company opened registrations for these handsets on February 27, as per PiunikaWeb.
Interested users of these phones are required to be on firmware version B.55 or B.57 on realme 6i and A.39 on realme narzo 10. To enroll in the program, users will need to navigate to Settings > Software Update > Gear Icon > Trial Version > Apply Now
If they get selected, then they will be receiving the Android 11-based realme UI 2.0 Early Acces update via OTA. If users don’t like the release, they can downgrade to the stable channel. But that action will not only factory reset their phone but they will not be able to join the initiative again.
That said, we cannot tell for sure when these devices will be getting the stable update. That’s because almost all the smartphones before these models are also yet to get it.
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