Realme GT 2 Pro Android 14 Early Access Rolling Out: What’s New

The latest version of Realme’s custom Android layer, Realme UI 5.0, is now available in Early Access form for owners of the Realme GT2 Pro. A couple of days ago, the company invited the GT 2 Pro users to enrol their devices with the Android 14-based Realme UI 5.0 Early Access version. Now, the company has started rolling out for selected users who registered their devices in the Early Access program.

The consumers of Realme GT 2 Pro will be able to identify the Android 14-based Realme UI 5.0 beta update via the UI build version RMX33.1_14.0.0.80(EX01) and an installation package of around 6.23GB. But we recommend users upgrade their handset to the latest version as it helps keep the system updated with the latest security protocols and technology enhancements.

Realme UI 5.0 beta and Android 14 officially bring a fresh, gentle and clear colour style for a more comfortable visual experience. As well as increased personalization, productivity, system improvements, and security. India and Russia are the markets where the beta 1 software is currently arriving, while other eligible markets will get it soon in the coming days.

In addition, this updated version comes with many new features and improvements, including photo and video permission management, aquatic theme system ringtone, mobile phone transfer, system UI prompt sound effect, WeChat/QQ voice call recording function and more.

How To Download:

If you pass the review, you get it through the OTA method. Alternatively, you can download the version after passing the application: Settings > About device > Realme UI version > Download now.

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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