Realme 5 Pro Android 10 (Realme UI) update might arrive on February 14 for early adopters

New updates added on February 21, 2020:  Responding to a user query on when the Realme UI and Android 10 update for the Realme X will arrive, the official Twitter handle of Realme India Support, stated that the update will start pushing out from the last week of February.

Thank you for reaching out to us. We would like to inform you that we will start releasing realme UI update in batches for realme X from the last week of February onwards. Keep following our social media handles and official community portal for our latest updates.

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New updates added on February 18, 2020:  According to a recent development, in response to a query for the Android 10 update for the Realme 5 Pro, Realme India Support has cleared the air that the device won’t get a beta version of Realme UI instead it will be directly updated from Android 9 to Android 10. In fact, there are several other Realme devices that are not going to be a part of the beta program and will directly be updated like the Realme X.

Hey, realme UI Beta Program will not be available for realme 5 Pro. Keep following our threads for further announcements regarding the release of the stable update of realme UI for your device. Thanks!?

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New updates added on February 15, 2020Finally, the Android 10 beta registrations for the Realme 5 Pro which is also known as Realme Q in China has begun. Users who are interested to enjoy the latest features like focus mode, dual-mode music sharing, three-finger screenshot, etc with Realme UI and Android 10 can register themselves by heading here. Note that the announcement was made on the Weibo platform by Realme’s official handle and users can now register themselves till February 23.

Keep in mind that this beta registration is only open for users in China and is limited to 2000 people. Here is the registration entry link to get yourself enrolled. Successful applicants will be notified via a message on February 26 followed by an OTA update to Android 10 beta beginning from February 27.

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Realme has a lot of smartphones that are sold in the home country of China are also bein launched in India. For instance, Realme Q is sold in China while its Indian variant is called Realme 5 Pro. In fact, Realme has been been on top of its game in India thanks to the brilliant performance of Realme 5 Pro in India back in 2019. And for those who were waiting for the Android 10 (Realme UI) update on their Realme 5 Pro then, the update might hit the units on February 14 for beta users. Moreover, going by the Android 10 update roadmap for Realme devices, Realme 5 Pro is expected to get the update in Q1 2020.

But going by the Realme support in China, the Realme Q/Realme 5 Pro will get the Realme UI update starting from February 14 for early adopters.

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Notably, all the realme devices will be updated to Realme UI which is based on Android 10. Realme UI is the latest custom skin that Realme has decided to bring in for their devices ditching the ColorOS. It includes enhanced system up-gradation, improved smoother gaming graphics, a better RAM Management, new video & vlogging experience, etc. It will also bring the options to customize app icons, fonts style & size, etc that we’ve already seen on ColorOS 7. Just like the ColorOS 7, the new Realme UI will also offer system-wide dark mode, improved notification center, gestures navigation, improved app permissions, privacy & location control, camera optimization, focus mode, etc.

Besides, going by the Android 10 update roadmap, Realme Q is going to be updated soon in China which also suggests that Realme 5 Pro will also be served with the Android 10 update pretty soon. We will keep you posted once we have more information in this regard. In the meantime do check out the Realme section to read more about Realme smartphones.



Source: www.gsmarena.blog

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