Realme XT company’s first 64MP smartphone in India was launched with Snapdragon 712 Soc, a Quad rear camera setup, and Realme X’s first phone in pop selfie camera setup. Both phones come with an AMOLED panel and an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Realme XT and Realme X eligible for the Android 11 update and Realme has released Realme UI 2.0 early access roadmap for this update and Realme XT and Realme X will receive Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0 update in the second quarter of 2021.
Today, the company has started rolling out a new firmware for Realme XT and Realme X, the latest update comes with December 2020 along with January 2021 security patch. It adds short-press the power button to turn off the flashlight feature while screen-off.
The new firmware fixes the issue that two cancel buttons appear when the input box is clicked multiple times in the weather, the probabilistic issues of failure to open Bluetooth scanning, Photos cannot play HDR videos, crashing when entering the alarm details, and the probabilistic issue that VOLTE be registered.
The update comes on build number RMX1921EX_11_C.10 for Realme XT India and RMX1901EX_11_C.09 for Realme X Global users. First of all, try triggering the installation manually by opening your device Settings, tapping Software update, and selecting the Download and install option on the next screen.
Update Log: Realme XT & Realme X (RmUpdate.Com)
- Updated Android security patch: December, 2020, January, 2021
- Added short-press the power button to turn off flashlight feature while screen-off
- Fixed the issue that two cancel buttons appear when the input box is clicked multiple times in the weather
- Fixed the probabilistic issue of failure to open Bluetooth scanning
- Fixed the probabilistic issue that Photos cannot play HDR videos
- Fixed the probabilistic issue of crashing when entering the alarm details
- Fixed the probabilistic issue that VOLTE be registered
Important Note – As always, this OTA will be incremental. The OTA will reach a small percentage of users today, and we’ll begin a broader rollout in a few days.