Oppo Realme 1 and Realme U1 getting October 2019 Security Patch

The Chinese smartphone brand Oppo has a sub-brand called Realme. Realme is a Shenzhen-based Chinese smartphone manufacturer that works under Oppo and officially established in 2018. Realme offers affordable devices that come in the budget, mid-range, and flagship range. Now, the company has started rolling out the latest October 2019 Android Security Patch for two of its devices. Oppo Realme 1 and Realme U1 getting October 2019 Security Patch update with some bug fixes and improvements.

The latest security patch update brings the October 2019 Android security patch level to both the device systems. It also brings the system-wide dark mode, Realme Laboratory, data switch toggle, improved clone apps support, device lockdown mode, Digital Wellbeing mode, etc. While the update also offers an optimized system interface and redesigned notification centre style.

There is only one extra improvement added to this update for the Realme U1 handset that is the optimization of the camera scene effect. The Realme 1 update comes with the CPH1861EX_11_C.45 software version while the Realme U1 comes with the RMX1831EX_11_C.15 software version. Additionally, we have provided the update changelog below:

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Realme 1 and Realme U1 getting October 2019 Security Patch: Changelog

Oppo Realme 1 and Realme U1 getting October 2019 Security Patch

  • Security
    • Android security patch: October 2019
  • System
    • Added Dark Mode
    • Added data switch in the notification panel
    • Clone Apps supports more third-party applications
    • Added Realme Laboratory
    • Enable lockdown mode by long-pressing the power button
    • Added Google Digital Wellbeing
  • User Interface
    • Optimized system interface
    • Redesigned the notification center style
  • Camera (For Realme U1 only)
    • Scene effect optimization

The firmware OTA update is rolling out in batches and will take some time as well. Now, if you’re not receiving the OTA update or you don’t want to wait for more, check for OTA updates manually on your phone. We recommend you to connect your phone to the working Wi-Fi network and charge fully your device.

Subodh Gupta
Subodh Gupta
Subodh is from Kolkatta. He has been covering Windows, Apple and Android news and guides on RMG network

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