Realme X7 Pro and Realme Q2 grab December 2020 security patch update


Realme X7 Pro and Realme Q2 have a new update now as December 2020 security patch in China. The update brings some new features and camera optimizations. The updates come with build version RMX2121_11_A.18 for Realme X7 Pro and RMX2111_11_A.27 for Relame Q2 which are based on Android 10.

The update is exclusive to China only. The update is rolling out via OTA (Over the Air) to the Realme X7 Pro and Realme Q2. So, it may some days to reach your smartphone. Alternatively, check the update status manually by heading to Settings -> Software update.

This is a major bug fix update which addresses various bugs which were being reported after the previous update. It also promises to improve system stability and performance.

Along with all the fixes, the update brings some optimization to the camera and charging. There are some new features added which you can check in the changelog below

Realme X7 Pro and Realme Q2 grab December 2020 security patch update

Table of Contents


#Realme X7 Pro

  • Security
    • Update Android security patch (2020#12)
  • Recharge
    • Add more QC and PD charging protocols
  • Camera
    • Optimize the focusing speed in normal mode, portrait mode and 64M mode
    • Optimize the outdoor imaging effect of the rear camera at 64M
    • Optimize the imaging brightness performance of outdoor night shooting in super night scene mode
  • Display
    • Fixed the problem that the screen will not move at a low probability in the rest screen scene

#Realme Q2

  • Security
    • Update Android security patch (2020#12)
  • Bluetooth
    • Added Bluetooth headset answer icon
  • Memo
    • Added the function of exporting recorded text to notes
  • Camera
    • Optimize the flash imaging effect of the rear camera
    • Optimize the front camera night scene face imaging effect
    • Optimize the beauty effect of the front camera
    • Fix the issue of abnormal focus on faces and sky with very low probability in special scenes
  • Recharge
    • Optimize the charging decimal point display logic
  • Status Bar
    • Fix the problem that the low probability adjustment fails when the brightness is frequently adjusted


Dibyashree Sharma
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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