Chinese smartphone maker realme has been rolling out the Android 11-based realme UI 2.0 beta builds to a number of eligible devices since September 2020. However, only two handsets have received the stable update in India so far. But the brand is continuously adding new phones to the Early Access program. The realme C3 and the realme narzo 10A are the latest handsets to join the initiative.
According to the realme UI 2.0 update plan shared by realme, the brand is supposed to start recruiting Early Access testers for realme C3 and realme narzo 10A in March. Following the schedule, the company has opened registrations before the end of this month.
For those unaware, the realme UI Early Access program lets a select few users experience the latest version of realme UI available. Based on the feedback received from these early adopters, the brand fixes the issues if any. Only then, the update is made available to the general public.
In order to enroll in this program, users of these two phones should be on the following builds.
If interested users on the above-mentioned builds, then they can navigate to Settings > Software Update > Gear Icon > Trial > Submit Details > Apply Now to register.
Users who get selected will be receiving the realme UI 2.0 (Android 11 ) beta build via OTA. For some reason, if these users want to roll back to Android 10 (realme UI 10), then they can. But that process will not only wipe the phone’s internal storage but those users won’t be able to rejoin the Early Access initiative.
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