Realme has launched the Realme Q smartphone in China as an affordable mid-ranger that comes with an LCD display, a 20W fast charging, 48MP quad rear cameras, up to 8GB of RAM, Android 9.0 Pie, and more. The handset came with Android 9.0 Pie over ColorOS 6 out-of-the-box and served with Android 10 update on the top of the Realme UI 1.0 version. In this article, we will share with you the details on Realme Q Android 11 (Realme UI 2.0) Update.
It’s needless to say that all the interested Realme Q users are eagerly waiting for the Android 11 update as Google has recently released the Android 11 Beta update publicly. This is the successor version of the last year’s Android 10 (Q) and it brings so many improved features and visual enhancements that you can find below. So, the newly released Android 11 Beta is available for Pixel series devices only. Meanwhile, some other brands are also trying to release the early beta testing program for its eligible devices.
If in case, you’re a Realme Q user and waiting for the Realme UI 2.0 update then check out the guide below. Here we’ve shared the full details of the upcoming Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 for the Realme Q. Check out this article in order to check whether the Realme UI 2.0 update will arrive as a stable or beta version.
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What’s on Android 11?
The next version of Google’s Android software, Android 11, is going to be released by the end of the year. Given pandemic related concerns, Google eschewed the splash unveiling at a developer event and easily released a public beta on Wednesday, June 10.
- You can now prioritize your conversations together with your most vital contacts within the new “conversations” section at the highest of your notification shade with a people-forward design and conversation specific actions, like opening the conversation as a bubble.
- Bubbles, it helps users to stay conversations insight and accessible while multitasking. Messaging and chat apps should use the Bubbles API on notifications to enable this in Android 11.
- More improved and modified Voice Controls, for people that control their phone entirely by voice, now includes an on-device visual area that understands screen content and context.
- One-time permission lets users give an app access to the device microphone, camera, or location, just that just one occasion.
- Customizable DND mode enables you to settle on which apps or people can still notify you once you turn the mode on.
- The new Auto-Reset feature that will supposedly remove app permissions that are not infrequent use.
- Google Play System Updates, launched last year, lets us expedite updates of core OS components to devices within the Android ecosystem. In Android 11, we quite doubled the amount of updatable modules, and people 12 new modules will help improve privacy, security, and consistency for users and developers.
What’s in Realme UI 2.0?
Realme UI 2.0 is an upcoming custom skin version (stock ROM) for the Realme devices that will run on Android 11 OS and includes all the native Android 11 features as well. As it’s a successor version of the Realme UI (ColorOS 7), we will gonna receive a much-improved version in all aspects this time. Realme India CMO Francis Wang has confirmed that the Realme UI 2.0 is under development process and the OEM is working hard on it to bring more & more features.
Though Android 10 was released almost nine months ago, there are a couple of OEMs still trying to push the Android 10 Beta and stable update within the mentioned timeframe for its eligible devices. Meantime, the Android 11 Beta has been released recently by Google and available for Pixel 2nd-gen or later models officially. While some other brands like Xiaomi, Realme, Realme, OnePlus are expecting to push the Android 11 based early beta program for its eligible models very soon. Similarly, Realme has announced the beta recruitment program for the Realme X2 Pro recently.
Realme Q Specifications: Overview
The handset packs a 6.3-inches IPS LCD display that has a 1080×2340 pixels resolution, a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, Corning Gorilla Glass 3+ protection, etc. It’s equipped with a Snapdragon 712 SoC, paired with Adreno 616 GPU, 4GB/6GB/8GB RAM, 64GB/128GB of internal memory that can be expanded using a microSD card.
The device features a quad rear camera setup of a 48MP (wide, f/1.8) lens + an 8MP (ultrawide, f/2.2) + a 2MP (macro, f/2.4) + a 2MP (depth, f/2.4) lens with PDAF, HDR, Panorama, an LED flash, etc. While the front packs a 16MP (wide, f/2.0) selfie camera with HDR, Panorama mode. The handset has a 4,035mAh battery with 20W VOOC 3.0 fast charging support.
In terms of the connectivity options, the handset packs a 3.5mm audio jack, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS, FM Radio, USB Type-C port, USB OTG, etc. While the device has a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, an ambient light sensor, an accelerometer, proximity, gyro, compass sensor.
Will Realme Q Receive the Android 11 Update?
That’s pretty straight-forward as the Realme Q will receive the Android 11 update over Realme UI 2.0 by the end of this year or in the first/second quarter of 2021. The handset has already received the Android 10 update and it will gonna receive another major Android update in the name of Android 11.
According to the Realme CMO, Realme devices are eligible to receive two major Android updates expectedly whether it’s a flagship one or a budget one. As of now, Realme hasn’t released any official update roadmap for the Realme UI 2.0 and we will have to wait for a couple of months or so. Currently, the company is rolling out the pending Realme UI 1.0 update based on Android 10 to its models. If you’re interested in getting Realme Q related updates or news, then bookmark this page and keep checking it.