Realme Narzo 20A is receiving a new Realme UI 2.0 early access beta update that brings June 2021 security patch, bug fixing, and optimizations to camera and performance. The company started Realme UI 2.0 early access program for the device last month and soon, it will get the open beta builds.
The update carries firmware version RMX2050_11_C.02 and brings improvements to camera features, system stability, and system optimizations. As per the changelog, the rear camera image quality and noise in night mode are getting optimized. Realme has fixed the crash issue when clicking the thumbnails after capturing, fixes the third-party camera opening issue, and fixes the rotating phone crash when using the camera for continuous shooting.
The new Realme UI 2.0 beta update phone silent issue after system upgrade and optimizes system stability & performance. It also brings July 2021 security patch, which has already been rolled out to the Android 10 users but now coming to Android 11 beta users along with a bunch of other changes too.
The software update will only roll out to those Realme Narzo 20A users who have already applied for the Realme UI 2.0 early access program and have installed the latest beta build. Note that, this is again a beta build and is likely to have bugs. If you’ve not received it yet, then manually check the status by heading to Settings >> About phone >> System update.
- Updated Android Security Patch: July, 2021
- Optimized the image quality of the rear camera in HDR mode
- Optimized the noise in night mode
- Fixed the probabilistic crash issue of camera when clicking the thumbnails after shooting
- Fixed the issue that a few third-party apps calling the camera with a black screen
- Fixed the probabilistic issue that the rotating phone will crash when using the camera for continuous shooting
- Optimized the system performance
- Optimized the system stability
- Fixed the probabilistic issue that the phone is silent after system upgrade
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