Connect with us


Realme GT Neo 2, Narzo 50A Get November 2022 Update With Security Improvements



Rise of the week, Realme released the Android 13 early access beta update for the Realme Neo 2 smartphone users in India. Meanwhile, the Chinese tech giant is releasing a new software update for Realme Neo 2 and Narzo 50A smartphones that mainly installs the latest November 2022 Android security patch.

According to official information, the company’s November 2022 security patch description mentions fixing several vulnerabilities and risks that users were facing earlier in order to attach the utmost importance to the security of its products and services.

Coming back to the version numbers, the Chinese tech giant is rolling out the Realme Neo 2 November 2022 update with UI build version RMX3370_11_C.10 and the Narzo 50A with version RMX3430_11_C.13 with the November 2022 patch. 

As per the information, the update is currently rolling out for a limited number of Indian users. But as the company ensures its credibility, it will expand to more customers and other regions.

Realme Neo 2 and Narzo 50A users can download this latest update via the device Settings. Enter the About phone menu and tap on the Official version option. After a few seconds, an available update will appear on your screen. Hit the Download button and complete the screening process.

Note: We recommend that you back up important files before upgrading to the latest version.

November 2022 Update What’s New:

As per the changelog, the updated security update generally enhances the security of the system to protect your files and data and keep them safe on your phone. Meanwhile, its optimized stability ensures that you get an uninterrupted performance.

Moreover, this update fixes some known issues that impact the user’s experience. Besides, the official changelog doesn’t mention any other noticeable features and enhancements. Now you can check the changelog below.


  • Security
    • Updated Android security patch: November 2022
  • System
    • Fixed some known issues 
    • Optimized system stability

“If you like this article follow us on Google NewsFacebookTelegram, and Twitter. We will keep bringing you such articles.”

Systems student, technology lover, cinephile and casual video game player. I am passionate about finding new topics, attacking trends and solving doubts.