Realme took to Twitter to announce the release of a new OTA software update for its Realme 2 Pro phone, just a month after it was exclusively launched in the Indian market. A spin-off brand from Oppo, Realme caught the attention of the youthful Indian mass with its great budget offerings this year.
The update for the Realme Pro 2 phone bears the build number RMX1801EX_11.A.10_0100_201811100857. The changelog mentions several additional features and improvements including securing the phone with November security patch. Another addition is the ability to dismiss notifications with a single swipe.
- The best Android phones under $100| $200| $300
- The best Oppo phones
- Oppo Android 9 Pie update news and device list
There is now a headset icon in the status bar and improved reminders for Developer Options and Accessibility Mode but most importantly, the update has improved the photo quality of the front camera, which despite measuring 16MP had been largely underwhelming hitherto. While the phone runs on Android 8.1 Oreo, it comes with its own custom skin called ColorOS.
Just a few days ago the company had released the latest security patch for two more of its phones, the Realme 2 and C1. It seems like Oppo’s subsidiary company is dedicated to catering to the youth market and is, therefore, trying to create a fan-following by delivering timely updates to the discerning youth who generally tend to shape an OEM’s reputation by voicing their informed opinions both online and offline.