Realme promises two major Android releases for the X series

The biggest obstacle that a new company in the panorama of smartphones, such as Realme, is undoubtedly to make users understand that there will not only be presentations of new products but that these will also be followed over time, supported by new updates and above all keeping up with the times with the release of the major Android releases, currently at version 10.

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Realme has been able to take up the challenge well and although it is not very fast in the release of firmware distributions based on Android 10, slowly they are reaching some devices marketed by the Chinese brand. A previous press release, gave as the final date to the rollout of Android 10, end of May 2020 but today we are talking about something even more "sensational", since although most of the products on the list belong to the low and medium-low range of the market, the Chinese manufacturer has promised via Twitter through the coverage of two major Android releases for the X series.

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Realme promises two major Android releases for the X series

If you were also wondering, here's which terminals will have the update:

  • Realme x
  • Realme X2
  • Realme X2 Pro
  • Realme XT

To give the news via the company's social networks, it is the Indian CEO Madhav Sheth, confirming that Realme smartphones will receive at least one major update if not two, while the security updates will be carried out for two years. So the X series of Realme will push to receive Android up to version 11, but perhaps given the huge success achieved in sales from the Realme 3 Pro and 5 Pro terminals, we can speculate that the same treatment will also be destined to lotus, since their debut came with Android 9 Pie.

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In short, Realme is exceeding all expectations, considering the young age. So do not miss all the brand news, staying tuned with our blog as well Telegram channel where you will also find many offers dedicated to Oppo and Realme.

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