Realme Announces ColorOS 7 Roadmap; Realme X2 Pro Users Might Have To Wait

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Realme has officially unveiled the roadmap of ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 OS for its entire series of smartphones. Besides, the tweet from Madhav Sheth, CEO, Realme has also confirmed the new features of the ColorOS 7 for Realme smartphones.

Realme Announces ColorOS 7 Roadmap

 

According to the tweet, a total of eleven Realme smartphones will get to see Android 10 OS based ColorOS 7 updates by the end of Q3 2020. The Realme 3 Pro and the Realme XT will be the first set of smartphones from the company to taste ColorOS 7. This update is likely to offer features like gesture-based navigation that have been baked into Android 10 OS.

Other than the usual ColorOS 7 features, Realme's iteration will offer better RAM management, clock to stock Android experience, smooth gaming performance, and unique design. Phones like the Realme X2 Pro and the Realme XT will receive a beta update in the next few weeks before the stable release.

ColorOS 7 Based On Android 10 OS Update Roadmap (Stable Version)

  • Realme 3 Pro -- January 2020
  • Realme XT -- January 2020
  • Realme X -- February 2020
  • Realme 5 Pro -- February 2020
  • Realme X2 Pro -- March 2020
  • Realme 3 -- April 2020
  • Realme 3i -- April 2020
  • Realme 5 -- May 2020
  • Realme 5s -- May 2020
  • Realme 2 Pro -- June 2020
  • Realme C2 -- Q3 2020

It is a bit weird that Realme's flagship product the X2 Pro is not the first device to receive the ColorOS 7 update. In fact, the update is due for four more months. It is also good to see that the company is pushing Android 10 update for almost all Realme smartphones launched in 2019 and even some of the older smartphones are also getting the update.

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