X3 Superzoom: Realme distributes Android 11 for mid-range mobile phones

Realme starts the rollout of Android 11 for the X3 SuperZoom. You also get the Realme UI 2.0 user interface.

While other manufacturers of Android phones with Android are a bit quicker with the distribution, the rollout of the current Google OS Android 11 at Realme is taking a long time. The mid-range smartphone X3 SuperZoom has now received the update. We’ll tell you what new features you can look forward to.

Above all, Google is improving notifications on Android 11, but the developers are also focusing on the issue of privacy. The following video gives you an overview of the most important innovations of Android 11.


As the technology blog Gizchina reports, the update also includes the new Realme UI 2.0 user interface .
With the new Realme UI you get new colors for themes and the possibility to share data via Realme Share. You can also lock all apps with a PIN code. A new function is used to send empty data to “data octopus” apps to protect your privacy.

Currently only users who are part of the beta program receive the software. Your smartphone will notify you as soon as the update is available. To let the phone search for the update, follow our instructions for manual installation of Android updates . The firmware is approximately 670 megabytes in size and should be downloaded using a WiFi connection.

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