Realme has been rolling multiple updates in the past few days for some of its devices. These updates have been incremental patches to address issues and introduce new Android security patches. While some devices are getting November 2020 security patch, others are receiving the December 2020 security patch. That’s the case of the Realme X2 that is getting a new firmware build update with the latest Android security bulletin.
Realme X2 update brings December 2020 security patch and bug fixes
The Realme X2 is getting today a new firmware update that carries the RMX1991_11_C.25 build number. Although most of these build numbers are coming with an “11”, the update still is based on Android 10. For now, just a few select devices such as the Realme 7 Pro and X50 Pro are running Android 11 betas. We believe that all owners of Realme X2 will be excited for getting the latest update which also brings some new features and camera enhancements. Unfortunately, the rollout seems to be covering only the Chinese variants of the handset. Everything is rolling in a gradual manner, so it can take a couple of days to reach all eligible units.
The update addresses a bug with Bluetooth connectivity, Fingerprint and Face unlock. It also fixes HDR video-related issues and adds a Bluetooth headset call answer icon and the QR code sharing function in the contact details interface. We expect the same treatment to be given to global units in the coming weeks.
Realme X2 is one of the brand’s most successful devices to date. In fact, the device was so good that received a Pro variant a couple of months later, the Realme X2 Pro. The Pro was the first of many Realme flagship smartphones. Although the device is a mid-range phone, we have high hopes that it will receive an Android 11 update with Realme UI 2.0