- Realme is rolling out a stable version of Android 11 to the Narzo 20
- The software update has a version number RMX2193_11.C.06
- To download and install the latest update, the device need to run on RMX2193_11.A.25
In September last year, Realme announced its proprietary Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11. Now the smartphone maker is rolling out the stable version of the latest software update to Indian users of Narzo 20. The device had debuted last September as the successor to the Narzo 10.
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Out of the box, the Narzo 20 arrived with Android 10 with Realme UI on the top. Realme said that the stable update is released in a phased manner with a wider rollout in a few days. So it may take some time to reach your device.
The Realme UI 2.0 based Android 11 update has version number RMX2193_11.C.06. In order to receive it, the user’s device needs to be on RMX2193_11.A.25. To download and install the latest update, head to the phone’s Settings > Software Update > Check for updates.
Realme warns Narzo 20 users that after updating to the latest OS version, the device may take a longer time to boot for the first time especially if there are many third-party apps on the phone. After the upgrade, the system will perform a series of actions such as application adaptation, background optimization and security scanning. so, the system will occupy more CPU, memory and other resources, which may cause slight hanging and faster power consumption. Realme recommends leaving the phone for 5 hours after it is fully charged or use it for 3 days normally after which the device will get back to normal.
Realme UI 2.0 features
Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 introduces a host of new features and improvements. Users can create their own main interface, notifications bar, shortcut buttons and unique AOD patterns. There is a system-wide dark mode in three options including enhanced, medium and gentle. The latest update also automatically adjusts contrasts depending on the ambient light.
The latest software update offers a Dual Mode Music Share feature allowing users to connect their smartphone to two audio accessories. It also introduces chat bubbles and a floating window that lets users watch a video and chat with others simultaneously. Other features that come with the software version include a deep-sea privacy plan, camera improvements, and digital wellbeing with sleep capsule mode.