Realme 7 Gets November 2022 Update, Optimizes system stability. 

Realme 7 smartphone users have recently started receiving the October and November 2022 security patch update; the update aims to boost the performance of your smartphone and give it a fresh start without any problems.

According to the information, this is the first software update after the Android 12 update. Now, The tech maker is speeding up the update delivery process for its smartphones. The new update for the Realme 7 phone is currently rolling out to the Indian and Egyptian markets, and the company will gradually expand it to other regions.

Realme 7 smartphone users can identify the November 2022 security update with RMX2151_11_F.11 and RXM2163_11_F.11 versions for India and Egypt, respectively. Besides, the update is arriving through OTA medium and will soon appear in your notification panel.

Meanwhile, you can download it, just go to your phone’s 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. 

November 2022 Update What’s new:

The fresh update improves the system security to protect the device from unwanted threats and keep your important files and data safe. It also enhances system stability and reliability by reducing system problems like lagging, crashing, freezing, and more.

In addition to this, this update fixes some bugs and issues that are related to the system’s security and stability in order to maintain the user’s experience. Apart from this, there are no other notable features and improvements mentioned in the official changelog. You can see the changelog below.


  • Security
  • Integrates the October and November 2022 Android security patches.
  • System
  • Optimizes system performance and improves system stability.
  • Fix some known issues

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