Realme has recently rolled out a new software update for its flagship smartphone, the X50 Pro 5G. The new update brings 4K 60FPS video recording to the premium device through the April patch software update.
The new software update brings the camera upgrade alongside the new Android security patch level. As of right now, the Realme X50 Pro 5G now runs the April 2020 security patch version and features a new charging icon as well, amongst other small changes. Furthermore, the update also brought Vivid Mode to the Screen Color Mode, for the display, alongside optimizations for better network stability.
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For a detailed changelog, you can check the list down below:
- Android security patch: April 2020
- Changed the charging icon
- Added Vivid Mode to Screen Color Mode
- Added function of recording 60FPS 4K videos
- Optimized the quality of photos
- Optimized the screen redness at the low brightness in some scenes
- Optimized network stability
- Known issue fixed
- Fixed screen rounded corner problem
The update carried the version number RMX2076PU_11_A.19 and is currently rolling out in India in a staggered manner. In other words, it will only be available to a few Realme X50 Pro 5G users before being more widely available soon after. This is done to ensure no major bugs affect the smartphone, with the stable build being launch a few days after the initial one. Although for those that do not wish to wait, can choose to download and install it manually through here
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