Conforming Tweet of Android Pie update for Realme 1 and Realme 2 is deleted by the company…

Realme is presently among the foremost talked regarding smartphone brands in India. Since commencing operations six months back, the corporate has managed to launch four smartphones, and claims to ownsold over 3 million devices within the country. Recently, the company disclosed on Twitter that it plans to unharness android 9 Pie for two of its devices – the Realme one and Realme two. However, the tweet has been force down, creating a great deal of Realme users speculative whether or not the update is even prepared.


For most android smartphone users, the largest pain purpose has continuously been software systemupdates. Budget device manufacturers like Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo and Honor do not have the most effectivejournal once it involves pushing out timely software system updates. Samsung, the most importantsmartphone brand within the world and maker of a number of the foremost standard android devices, has conjointly been sloppy with software system updates. a number of the flagship devices from Samsung have received updates nearly a year after Google 1st makes the update official.

Realme‘s tweet earlier was a welcome sign that the company is serious regarding software system updates. currently that the tweet has been deleted, it builds United States wonder if the previous Oppo subsidiary has did not make enough headwinds with its forked version of android Pie.


It is necessary to notice that Realme failed to tweet regarding the update directly however rather it had been the support handle of the corporate that confirmed the event of android Pie update. The confirmation came within the kind of reply to a user question regarding the status of android Pie update. The tweet mentioned that the update for Realme 1 and Realme 2 is “coming soon” however failed to supply any specific timeline.

Realme recently started pushing out Nov security update for Realme 2 and Realme C1. Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme Mobiles, has separately confirmed that the company is working on ColorOS 5.2 for its smartphone lineup. Since this update is believed to be based mostly on Android cookie, there’s a clear stage that the company desires to push this unharness before seeding Android Pie for its devices.

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