Realme Narzo 60 September 2023 Update Reduces Standby Power Consumption

Realme has released the latest September 2023 security update for several of its devices, including the Realme 9i 5G, Realme X7 5G, Realme GT Neo, Realme GT Neo 3T, Realme 10, Realme 9 Pro+ 5G, and Realme GT Neo 2. , Improved network compatibility and increased system stability. Now, the company is extending the September 2023 security update to Realme Narzo 60 smartphone users to reduce standby power consumption.

Realme Narzo 60 5G users can identify this latest firmware with Realme UI version number RMX3750_13.1.0.506. This latest update is currently rolling out in India, with more regions expected to receive the update in the next few days or weeks.

The refreshed firmware is initially rolling out randomly to a limited number of Realme Narzo 60 5G users but will eventually be available for all eligible models. Other eligible Realme smartphones should also get this update soon.

Based on the changelog of the latest security update, we know that there may not be any major changes or the latest version. Still, it may provide some solutions to important bugs and problems to maintain and increase the stability of the device. Additionally, it has made some improvements and changes in the performance and reliability of the smartphone.

Apart from general improvements, this update also reduces standby power consumption to provide better battery life. For more details, see the full changelog below.



  • Integrates the August and September 2023 Android security patches.


  •  Reduces standby power consumption.


  • Improves network connection stability.

Users must upgrade their software systems as soon as updates become available, so that they can experience better performance and updated features. Owners of the Realme devices mentioned above can easily download the update by following the steps mentioned here; Go to Settings >> About device >> Realme UI version >>Download and Install.

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