RealMe UI 2.0, based on Android 11, is being tested in India through the open beta for RealMe 6 Pro, RealMe 7, RealMe X2Pro, and RealMe Norzo20Pro. Although applications for RealMe UI 2.0 for RealMe 7, RealMe X2 Pro, and RealMe Norzo20 Pro are closed for early access, users can still apply to be part of the RealMe 6Pro Initial Access Program. RealMe UI 2.0 brings Android 11 features along with new customization options for the device.
Since Realme is testing UI 2.0 Android 11, On many phones, the final release of the update is likely to end soon. Users can still choose to be part of the initial access program RealMe 6 Pro, As Observed in a Realme Community forum post.
Being part of the initial access program for Realme UI 2.0, RealMe 6 Pro users must first update their phones to the required UI version – RMX2061_11.A.39. Then, go Settings, Press Software update, Click on the Settings icon in the upper right corner and select Trial version, Submit your details and click Apply now.
Since this is a volatile version of UI 2.0, RealMe warns users that the initial access version may have an unpredictable effect on the device. Before updating, users must have more than 60 percent battery in their phones. Realme found that the device should have more than 5GB of storage and should not root the phone.
RealMe 6 Pro users are hereby invited to give their feedback and suggestions about the new UI Feedback Form.
Realme Has been released RealMe continued its talk, with Roadmap and RealMe6Pro for early access to UI 2.0. Realme 7, Realme Norjo 20 Pro, Realme X2 Pro RealMe will receive an open beta version of UI 2.0 in December