Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom users are now receiving Realme UI 2.0 second beta update in India. The update fixes a couple of known issues and adds a new night scene pro function that helps you capture better images.
Back in January, Realme started Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0 early access program for the Realme X3 series in India. The first beta build was released in the same month and now getting the second beta update.
The new beta update for Realme X3 / X3 SuperZoom is rolling out with firmware version RMX2081_11_C.03 and weighs close to 700MB in size. Check out the changelog for a detailed look at what’s new in the update.
- Realme X3
- Realme X3 SuperZoom
[Camera] Added new night scene pro function Fix the low probability of serious lag in 960fps slow motion Fix the low probability that the beauty is turned off by default when entering the video mode for the first time Fix the problem that the focus frame may appear in slow motion Fixed the problem that there is a low probability of no blur effect in portraits when taking photos with rear zoom Fix the problem of low-probability fixed screen after continuous shooting Fix the problem that the camera will crash with low probability when HDR is turne on [Battery] Optimize the standby power consumption of some scenes, saving power and worry-free [Display] Repair Fix the problem of high probability of screen freezing when the screen is on and off [Wireless] Fix the problem of connecting to wifi and restarting with low probability [Bluetooth] Fix the problem that the “Media Volume Synchronization” switch is grayed out in a low probability and Customize and control Good cannot be clicked [Security center] Fix the low probability that the security center will stop running during the dark mode switching process