Realme UI 4.0 (Android 13) Update Rolling Out For Realme 8 Pro

After the beta version, here’s some good news for Realme 8 Pro smartphone users, the Chinese tech giant has now rolled out an Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 software update for the device. This latest major update comes with various new features, functions, and significant interface changes.

Moving on, Realme 8 Pro users are getting the Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 update with UI build version RMX3388_11_F.03. Realme UI 4.0 conveys lots of offerings for your Realme 8 Pro devices, including an Aquamorphic Design, optimized UI layers for a clearer and neater visual experience, new media playback control, automatic pixelation feature for chat screenshots, improved private share, and much more.

 It adds larger folders to the home screen, so you can open an app in an enlarged folder with just one tap and turn pages with a swipe in the folder. For more info, here. It is worth noting that the update has been released in batches and is currently being rolled out in the Indian market. However, more eligible users will also receive software updates after ensuring stability. So be patient, and please wait for your turn.

To experience the latest offerings of Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13 update on their Realme 8 Pro devices, users should ensure that their devices are updated to the baseline version, which is RMX3081_11.C.25 and RMX3081_11.C.26. Also, if you have not received this update via OTA on your device then follow the steps given below to check for it.

Navigate to the About Device section in your phone’s Settings. After tapping on the Realme UI version option, the latest available update will appear on your screen; Click on the download button to start the process. If not available on your screen, don’t worry. The update is gradually rolling out to Realme smartphone users and should reach your Realme 8 Pro smartphone soon.

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