Realme C25s and Narzo 50A now have stable Android 13

Realme is updating eligible devices to Android 13. Many phones have received the update, but some are still pending. The Realme UI 4.0 software, based on Android 13, is now available for Realme C25s and Realme Narzo 50A.

The company shares update details on its community forum. The update is for users on the latest software version. Your Realme C25s or Narzo 50A must be on build version C.16 or C.17 to get the update.

The Android 13 upgrade requires significant data, so ensure your device has at least 10GB of free space. Charge your device fully before installing.

The update features many enhancements, including updated AOD, performance boosts, a Private Safe tool, more color options, and large folders for the home screen. It also provides new screenshot editing tools. Expect the latest security patch as well.

Owners of Realme C25s and Narzo 50A can upgrade to Android 13 by going to Settings > Software Update and checking for new updates. Install any available updates. The upgrade comes with version number F.16.

Here are the changes in Realme UI 4.0:

Realme C25s and Narzo 50A now have stable Android 13

Aquamorphic Design: Improved theme colors, a Shadow-Reflective Clock, a world clock widget, optimized widgets and fonts, updated system icons, and inclusive illustrations.

Efficiency: Home screen folders, enhanced Quick Settings, additional screenshot editing tools, new widget capabilities, upgraded Doodle in Notes, and optimized Shelf.

Security & Privacy: Regular clipboard clearing, improved Private Safe with AES encryption.

Health & Digital Wellbeing: Eye comfort in Kid Space.

Backup your important data before installing the update.

Dibyashree Sharma
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Dibyashree Sharma graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela. For the past eight years, she has been blogging about Android, which she is really passionate about. She has built a good reputation as a reliable source. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

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