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New update of Realme X7 5G adds VoWiFi feature with April 2021 security patch

Realme X7 5G smartphone is now receiving the second software update in India. However, the device will get an Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 early access update by the month of May 2021. And Chinese users have already received a stable update of Realme UI 2.0.

Realme X7 5G April 2021 update

Realme X7’s latest update brings April 2021 Android security patch. The update also gets some optimizations in the system department and brings VoWiFi support in some carriers to the Indian units.


The smartphone made its debut in India on February 04 with a Full-HD+ Super AMOLED display and fast charging support. It sports a triple rear camera setup that comprises a 64-megapixel primary sensor. This is the second major software update from Realme after a build with version RMX3092_11_A.17 was rolled out after the phone was launched in India.

Update Log:

  • Security
    • Updated Android security patch: April, 2021
  • Network
    • Added Vowifi supported by some carriers
  • System
    • Optimized system performance and improved system stability
    • Fixed some known issues and improved user experience

Note: Once again, this is a phased rollout and will be available to all the users very soon. Kindly be patient and wait for the update on your device.

Also Read: Realme X7 and Realme X7 Pro does not have these features – Check here

What is VoWiFi

Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi) In brevi, VoWiFi or WiFi-based VoIP technology should result in superior Indoor coverage and better call quality in congested urban areas.

Simply put, VoWiFi uses the internet as the mode of transmission for calls, SMS, and MMS. It stands for voice over WiFi. It works with the existing Airtel/Jio SIM, through the default phone dialer and messaging app without any need for 3rd party app or log in. You can make WiFi calls to the other person regardless of their phone supporting WiFi Calling or not. The recipient can be on any network, be it 2G/3G/4G/VoLTE/WiFi.

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