Realme is sending a new software update to the Realme GT, Realme GT Neo 2, and Realme GT Master Edition. According to the changelog shared by RMUpdate, the new software for Realme GT brings support for 120fps in Glory of Kings. It is a tiny update with no new security patch or features.
The Realme GT Neo 2 software update brings optimizes the camera, display, system, and fixes a couple of issues. As per the changelog, it optimizes – the “flashing sense of fast switching when fingerprint unlocking in some scene“, display brightness, and the effects in some cases. It brings support for 120fps in Glory of Kings. In the camera department, it optimizes – normal photo mode effect of the rear camera, night photo effect, and fixes the occasional streak in indoor video recording.
Realme GT Neo Master Edition is also receiving a new software update that fixes the abnormal battery display issue. Apart from this, the changelog does not mention any other changes. The new software update for Realme GT, GT Neo 2, and GT Master Edition is reportedly rolling out in China and will start reaching global users soon. Users can manually check for the new update by heading to Settings >> Software updates.
- Added support for 120 frames of Glory of Kings
[Realme GT Neo 2]
- Optimize system performance and improve system stability
- Added support for 120 frames of Glory of Kings and extremely high frame rate
- Optimize the flashing sense of fast switching when fingerprint unlocking in some scenes
- Optimize the display brightness and the effect in some scenes
- Optimize the normal mode photo effect of the main rear camera
- Optimize the night scene photo effect
- Fix the problem of low probability of streaks in light video recording in indoor lighting scenes
- The internet
- Optimize mobile phone network performance in some scenarios to improve network experience
[Realme GT Master Edition]
- Power consumption
- Fix the issue of abnormal battery display on mobile phones in special environments
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