Realme Narzo 20 is now receiving the steady model of its Android 11-based Realme UI 2.Zero replace, the corporate has introduced. The rollout will likely be performed in batches and will likely be made out there for everybody finally. The brand new UI will obtain a bunch of latest options like an enhanced Darkish mode, Tone Tunes amongst others. Realme’s finances smartphone from final yr is the second smartphone to obtain the Realme UI 2.Zero after Realme X50 Professional received it in December 2020.
In a blog post, the corporate introduced that the Realme Narzo 20 (Review) will begin getting the brand new Realme UI in a phased method and all customers of the smartphone will get the steady replace quickly. It is a main improve to the finances smartphone after being launched in September 2020.
To obtain the replace, your Realme Narzo 20 ought to run on software program model A.25. Realme UI 2.Zero incorporates a new customized UI pores and skin and will get options like three – Enhanced, Medium and Light – darkish modes, new filters for the app drawer, gaming modes, Sleep Capsule that helps you handle your sleeping time, Tone Tunes that allow you to create new notification tones by linking collectively the prevailing ones, low battery message – sends your location to particular individuals in case the battery drops under 15 p.c.
The construct quantity for the newest replace on Realme Narzo 20 is RMX2193_11.C.06. The replace additionally provides you an choice to rollback to Android 10-based Realme UI 1.0. Nonetheless, earlier than you rollback, you’ll have to be sure you have a backup of your knowledge as will probably be erased. For extra detailed info, go to the on the backside of the blog post on Realme Discussion board.
Realme Narzo 20 was announced in September and it incorporates a MediaTek Helios G85 SoC with 4GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage. It additionally comes geared up with a triple digital camera setup which supplies sufficient efficiency solely.
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