Realme has officially unveiled Realme’s proprietary UI 3.0 in October 2021. Also at the event, the company revealed a list of smartphones for which the new version of the shell will be available and showed an updated roadmap for these devices in India and China. Also Read: The Realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12 stable lands on Realme X50 Pro 5G
But European users are still waiting for the update. As many of you know, the new version of our Realme UI 3.0 skin already started to arrive a couple of months ago for our flagship, the Realme GT. Also Read: Realme UI 3.0 (Android 12) Early Access beta is now available for Realme GT Neo2 Dragon Ball Customized Edition
Recently, the brand has advanced this important distribution plan to us. Unlike what had happened in other years, it is not about the beta program, but refers to the final update that all users will receive, as long as there are no problems along the way. Also Read: Realme UI 3.0 Update Tracker: Android 12 available for these devices
Many of you had asked us and we can finally give you the answer in verse to the update of Realme UI 3.0 with Android 12. Even so, if you see that it does not reach you, do not worry that by the end of August we hope to have all the terminals named above updated to Realme UI 3.0.
Realme UI 3.0 Stable Update Roadmap For Europe
The image allows us to know which models will receive the update after this first Realme GT 5G. A list that integrates all the models launched in the last 2 years, but leaves out all those that exceed that time, such as the Realme 6 Pro or the popular Realme X2 Pro.
- January, 2022
- Realme GT
- February, 2022
- Realme GT Neo 2
- Realme 8 Pro
- March, 2022
- Realme 7 Pro
- Realme 8
- Realme GT Master Edition
- April, 2022
- Realme 8i
- Realme 7
- Realme X50 Pro
- July, 2022
- Realme 8 5G
- Realme Narzo 30 5G
- Realme 7 5G
- August, 2022
- Realme X3 Super Zoom
Please keep in mind that:
These dates represent when the OTA is scheduled to roll out. Yet it will not reach all devices at once as we provide staggered releases for a matter of further testing and added stability.
Branded devices (devices purchased through a carrier they are locked to) might experience some delay as the OTA release is handled by the carrier as well.
There is no more information and there are doubts about whether the list is already closed, what seems certain is that for now, Realme is not willing to extend the updates as if other manufacturers have done and, therefore, remains firm with 2 years. Despite this, other models could receive security patches.
According to the company, for other devices awaiting software updates, work is currently underway to adapt the new version of the proprietary shell, taking into account the characteristics of each model. For this reason, the update will be released gradually.