Realme GT Neo 3T Receiving A New OTA Update: Optimized Power Consumption

Realme last week rolled out its latest Android 13-based Realme UI 3.0 open beta update for GT Neo 3T smartphone users. Now, Realme GT Neo 3T users are getting a new OTA update, which still protects device security and privacy with the October 2022 Android security patch.

Moreover, this update for the Realme GT Neo 3T not only comes with functional enhancements but also fixes other system-related issues. The phone currently runs on the Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 operations system, and the new software update is pushed out in batches and may take some time to cover all Realme devices.

As per the community report, the Realme GT Neo 3T users are getting new software updates in India, which carry the Realme UI build number RMX3371_11_A.09. Also, the update is coming via OTA and will be showing up in your notification panel soon.

You can install the new update on your device without waiting for the OTA rollout. First of all, open Settings on your device and then tap on About phone. From here, tap on the official version, then wait for the update checking process. Now, tap on the Download button, and the phone will start downloading the latest software update for your device.

December 2022 OTA Update What’s New:

According to the changelog, the fresh OTA update mainly optimizes system stability by reducing system lagging, freezing, crashing, and others. Moreover, this update also optimizes the power consumption in some scenarios to improve the battery life.

On the other hand, the Chinese tech giant attaches great importance to the security of its products and services. The company is updating system security patches through the latest security fixes to ensure system security for each device and user.


  • System
  • Optimized system stability
  • Optimized power consumption in some scenarios

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