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Realme 8i, C25 Getting Realme UI 4.0 Stable Update

Realme is gradually rolling out new features such as revamped Zen Mode, Talkback, Auto-connect, new Omoji, w Championship mode in the game assistant, and more in flagship devices. Meanwhile, the company is rolling out the Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 software update for Realme 8i and Realme C25 smartphone users in India.

Notable that before rolling out the update globally, it was rolled out in a phased manner to only limited users. The brand is confident that there are no serious bugs; The update will be rolled out widely by the end of July 2023 after making sure that there are no critical bugs. Before upgrading, make sure your device is running on the following required builds :

  • Realme 8i: RMX3151_11_C.19 | RMX3151_11_C.21
  • Realme C25: RMX3193_11_C.11 | RMX3193_11_C.10

The major Realme UI 4.0 update is expanding with different firmware versions in India. Users who own Realme 8i and Realme C25 are getting the update on the build version RMX3151_11_F.05 and RMX3193_11_F.14, respectively. The update comes with many new features and functionalities that will improve the overall user experience by offering some interesting changes.

Realme UI 4.0:

Realme UI 4.0 is the newest Android-based version of Realme. For enhanced viewing comfort, the flagship has been brought to life with its all-new Aquamorphic Design theme colors that are natural and vibrant.

The update brings many impressive features such as Smart Always-On Display, Auto Pixelate, Shadow-Reflective Clock, Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, Larger Folders, Dynamic Computing Engine, and more.

How To Update:

If you have not received this update via OTA on your device, then check for it by following the steps. Go 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; Tap on the Download and Install button to start the process. 

If not available on your screen, don’t worry. The update is rolling out gradually among Realme smartphone users and may soon reach your smartphone.

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Shazia Irani

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