mobile realme xt android 11

Really confirm the phones that update to Android 11

mobile realme xt android 11

Many of us are waiting for Android 10 in our phones, but companies like Realme are already talking about the arrival of Android 11 on their smartphones. And, a few days ago, the CEO of Realme in India clarify that All Realme devices will receive an important update of the operating system along with two years of security updates.

This generated confusion, as some users remembered that the Realme 2 Pro update to Android 10 and had already updated to Android 9. So, it is unfair that other models in the series will only update once. To calm things down, Realme's marketing director, Francis Wang, confirmed on Twitter that Realme X and Realme Pro s series update to Android 11. That is, they will receive two important Android updates.

Here are the Realme devices that will update to Android 11

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Taking the word from Realme's marketing director, these are the Realme X series mobiles that will receive Android 11:

  • Realme X
  • Really XT
  • Really X2
  • Realme X2 Pro

On the other hand, it was also confirmed that the following models of the Realme Pro series will receive Android 11:

Of course, these will not be the only Realme that will update to Android 11. Surely all the phones that the company launches this year will be added to this list. Therefore, what the CEO of Realme said (that there will only be a major update of the system), actually It only applies to mobiles such as Realme 1, Realme C1 and Realme U1. So, if you have a Realme X or Realme Pro mobile phone, you can be sure that you will receive at least two major Android updates.

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