Realme is get yourself ready for the next-gen Android and it has announced it is recruiting testers for Android 11 on the X50 Pro flagship, as promised last month. The package will be based on Realme UI and won’t come with all stock Android built-in features, and as it is really early stage, the company is asking limited to experienced developers.
All beta testers will need to flash the ROM of the phone, so people with little to no experience should hold back, Realme said it’s way too early for a well balanced enough user experience. Currently, the automatic timing function is still no longer working, so manual timing is necessary. Some system functions aren’t working and the interface is “less than desirable”.
On top of the, apps might not work precisely and the machine may have “some stability problems”. If that doesn’t stop you, check when you yourself have the correct model number RMX2076 with the most recent Android 10 version RMX2076PU_11.A.25. Realme has provided packages both for the latest OS update and the update to Android 11 Beta 1, in addition to rollback steps to Android 10 if people are unsatisfied with the ability.