In India, Realme 7i has started receiving Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11. The update brings a list of changes to the Realme phone which was launched with Android 10 last year. It includes features such as an immersive mode for games and cloud sync for photos. For Realme 7i, the Android 11 update also features optimizations for the permissions manager and the preloaded photo editing feature. The update brings features like a system cloner and the ability to show important information on the lock screen.
For Realme 7i, the Android 11 update is 801MB and brings the version RMX2103_11_C.05. Several users have reported its deployment on the Realme community forums and Twitter. However, this time, the update appears to be limited to certain users.
For clarity on the rollout, Gadgets 360 contacted Realme. When the business responds, this report will be updated.
In terms of the features available through the update, the screenshots shared by users across the web show that Realme got an improved gaming experience thanks to the built-in Immersive Mode. It is also possible to personalize Game Assistant on the smartphone.
The software update also comes with an improved Authorization Manager that allows users to choose the Allow Once option for sensitive permissions. Besides, it brings low battery message which will allow users to quickly send message to share their location with specific contact once their phone battery drops below 15%.
Realme has also included the feature of Cloud Sync for syncing photos available in the private vault. The update also offers the ability to share personal hotspot via a QR code.
The software update for Realme 7i could bring bug fixes and system level performance improvements.
Realme announced the Realme UI 2.0 Open Beta last month for Realme 7i to start testing the new update ahead of its public debut. The company also recently brought Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 to Realme 7 Pro ₹ 17,999 and Realme 6 Pro.