Chinese handset maker realme has been seeding out Android 11-based realme UI 2.0 builds to its smartphones for quite a while now. However, only one device (realme X50 Pro) has received the stable update so far. Whereas, others are still in beta and now, the company has started recruiting testers for one more model.
toned-down version of the standard realme 7 powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 instead of MediaTek Helio G95.
Interested users of this phone can enroll in the Android 11-based realme UI 2.0 Early Access program by heading over to Settings > Software Update > Gear Icon > Trial Version > Apply Now and submit details. However, the device should be on build number RMX2103PU_11.A.37 to detect the registration form.
Further, selected users will be getting the beta update via OTA in the coming days. They can roll back to the stable version if they want to but the process will wipe the phone’s internal storage. Also, once reverted, this unit cannot join the Early Acess program again.
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