[Update: realme UI 2.0 scheduled rollout has been completed for the eligible devices.]
Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Realme has officially unveiled RealmeUI 2.0 update based on Android 11 globally. The new UI sports some intelligent new features such as more system colour customizations in the notification bar, shortcut buttons, new Always On Display (AOD) customizations, font tweaks.
A couple of other features packed with Realme UI 2.0 include upgrading dark mode, improved Digital Wellbeing, a new Private Space to hide apps/files, and an upgraded Security Shield. Security Shield is a suite of privacy and security features, including a ton of features such as a call blocklist, app permission security, payment service security, and all the new Android 11‘s security features. Additionally, Realme has also demoed Subtitle Stitching, which lets the users choose a subtitle to go with a screenshot of a video, and Realme Share for sharing files locally.
However, multiple users have been concerned and have been wondering whether they will be receiving the RealmeUI 2.0 update or not. In this post, I will be listing all the devices which have either already received the update or will be receiving it in the future.
Realme UI 2.0 Update Device Eligibility List
- September 2020:
- Realme X50 Pro [Stable Released]
- November 2020:
- December 2020:
- January 2021:
- February 2021:
- March 2021:
- Realme C3 [Stable Released]
- Realme Narzo 10A [Stable Released]
- Q2 2021:
- Q3 2021:
- Realme Narzo 30 Pro [Stable Released]
- Realme Narzo 30A [Stable Released]
Note: There are new devices that have been officially launched arent updated in the list. Make sure to keep checking the post for more updated information.
List of Realme Smartphones Not Receiving Android 11 RealmeUI 2.0 Update
Some older realme smartphones may not be receiving new updates on their devices as the brand may have stopped supporting the device. Similarly, here’s the list of the devices which will not be receiving the Android 11 RealmeUI 2.0 update:
- Realme C2
- Realme C2i
- Realme U1
- Realme C1
- Realme 1
- Realme 2
- Realme 2 Pro
- Realme 3
- Realme 5
While the brand may have stopped supporting these devices and may not receive the Android 11 update, there’s still a way that could be used to enjoy the goodness of Android 11, which is by installing and using a Custom ROM. Stay tuned to RealmeTimes for more information.
With that said, Has your Realme smartphone received the update? Do let us know by dropping a comment down below.