realme UI 2.0 beta registrations go live for realme 6, X2, X3, X3 SuperZoom, C12, & C15





Chinese smartphone maker realme announced realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 in late September 2020. As before, the latest version of the brand’s mobile operating system is exactly based on OPPO ColorOS version 11. So far, the company has only released stable updates for a single device (realme X50 Pro). However, multiple phones are in beta build. Currently, six more mobile phones have been added to the beta program.

Each OEM has a different name for the beta program. Therefore, realme calls the initiative “Early Access.” When the brand officially announced realme UI 2.0 in the second half of last year, it also revealed an update timeline for all eligible smartphones.

The company is looking for beta teasers for devices on a schedule. Therefore, according to the timeline, we have begun beta registration of the phones listed below as part of our January 2021 allocation.

  • realme X3
  • realme X3 SuperZoom
  • realme X2
  • realme 6
  • realme C12
  • realme C15

Users interested in the above mobile phones can go to Settings> Software Updates> Gear Icon> Trial> Apply Now and submit their details to enroll in the initiative. If they are chosen, they will receive beta updates via OTA.

However, for some reason, every user wants to downgrade to a stable channel, and you can do that by downloading and installing the appropriate rollback file. However, this process formats the smartphone’s internal storage and prevents you from rejoining the Early Access program.

However, I don’t know when realme will start seeding stable builds of these phones. Even the previous batch hasn’t received a stable update yet.


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