Realme X50 Pro Latest Software Update: Realme X50 Pro gets latest update, here’s what’s new

Realme X50 Pro Latest Software Update: Realme X50 Pro gets latest update, here’s what’s new

Realme X50 Pro Latest Software Update: Realme X50 Pro gets latest update, here’s what’s new

Chinese smartphone maker Realme has started rolling out the latest software update to the Realme X50 Pro smartphone. The update brings the UI version RMX2076PU_11_A.19 to the device along with the Android security patch for the month of April.

Realme says that it will have a staged roll out in order to ensure the stability of this update. It will be randomly pushed out to a limited number of users initially and will have a broader roll out in a few days. The update roll out was announced by the company in a post through its official community forum.

Changelog with the update includes added Vivid mode to Screen Color mode, changed charging icon and fix for the screen rounded corner problem. Key change that the latest version brings is that it optimizes the quality of photos and adds the ability to record 60FPS 4K videos. It also brings a fix for screen redness at the low brightness in some scenes and optimizes network stability.

Realme X50 Pro: Specifications

The device offers a 6.44-inch Samsung Super AMOLED FHD+ display of 2400×1080 pixel resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. It supports HDR10+ and 100% DCI-P3 and 105% NTSC colour gamuts and houses an in-screen fingerprint sensor that is claimed to unlock in 0.27 seconds.
Realme X50 Pro comes powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, paired with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 storage.

The handset is backed by a 4200mAh battery. Realme X50 Pro offers 65W fast charging support that is claimed to charge the device completely in 35 minutes. The smartphone offers a quad-camera setup on the back comprising a 64MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 12MP telephoto lens and lastly a 2MP portrait camera. On the front, there is a dual front camera of 32MP + 8MP.

samsung one ui 2: Samsung One UI 2 Android 10 update delayed - Latest News

samsung one ui 2: Samsung One UI 2 Android 10 update delayed – Latest News

Samsung has delayed the One UI 2 Android 10 update in India due to lockdown in the country. The company has revealed through a message on its Members App. Many Samsung phones and tablets were scheduled to receive the Android 10 based One UI 10 update. These include Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+, the Galaxy A9 (2018), A8 Star, A10, A10s, A20, A30s, A70, Galaxy Fold, and the Galaxy Tab S6 tablet.

“Hi Samsung Members..With the government’s mandate to observe complete lockdown, we are experiencing a slight delay at out end to bring you One UI 2 updates. Please be assured that we are doing our best to release the update as soon as possible. Meanwhile, we request you to please bear with us. In case you have any queries or concerns, click here https://bit.ly/2wPfyRI or reach out to us through Samsung Members App (Get Help – Send feedback), [sic.]” says the message received in the Members app.

In other news, many users of Samsung Galaxy Buds reported connectivity issue after receiving the latest update. According to a report by SamMobile, several users posted on social media and Samsung’s official forum about the connectivity issues after the update. These included irresponsive gesture controls, unstable ambient sound mode. While some users reported inconsistency in sound output as well. Some users even reported about the complete failure of the left earbud after the update.

The entire problem is a part of the recently released firmware build R170XXU0ATD2 for Galaxy Buds with which Samsung was planning to bring some latest and greatest Buds+ feature to old devices. For those unaware, Samsung rolled out the update earlier this week that brings features like Microsoft Swift pairing, improved ambient sound mode and ability to resume the playback from the popular music apps.

Realme X50 Pro gets latest update, here’s what’s new - Latest News

Realme X50 Pro gets latest update, here’s what’s new – Latest News

Chinese smartphone maker Realme has started rolling out the latest software update to the Realme X50 Pro smartphone. The update brings the UI version RMX2076PU_11_A.19 to the device along with the Android security patch for the month of April.

Realme says that it will have a staged roll out in order to ensure the stability of this update. It will be randomly pushed out to a limited number of users initially and will have a broader roll out in a few days. The update roll out was announced by the company in a post through its official community forum.

Changelog with the update includes added Vivid mode to Screen Color mode, changed charging icon and fix for the screen rounded corner problem. Key change that the latest version brings is that it optimizes the quality of photos and adds the ability to record 60FPS 4K videos. It also brings a fix for screen redness at the low brightness in some scenes and optimizes network stability.

Realme X50 Pro: Specifications

The device offers a 6.44-inch Samsung Super AMOLED FHD+ display of 2400×1080 pixel resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. It supports HDR10+ and 100% DCI-P3 and 105% NTSC colour gamuts and houses an in-screen fingerprint sensor that is claimed to unlock in 0.27 seconds. Realme X50 Pro comes powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, paired with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 storage.

The handset is backed by a 4200mAh battery. Realme X50 Pro offers 65W fast charging support that is claimed to charge the device completely in 35 minutes. The smartphone offers a quad-camera setup on the back comprising a 64MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 12MP telephoto lens and lastly a 2MP portrait camera. On the front, there is a dual front camera of 32MP + 8MP.

samsung one ui 2: Samsung One UI 2 Android 10 update delayed

samsung one ui 2: Samsung One UI 2 Android 10 update delayed

Samsung has delayed the One UI 2 Android 10 update in India due to lockdown in the country. The company has revealed through a message on its Members App. Many Samsung phones and tablets were scheduled to receive the Android 10 based One UI 10 update. These include Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+, the Galaxy A9 (2018), A8 Star, A10, A10s, A20, A30s, A70, Galaxy Fold, and the Galaxy Tab S6 tablet.

“Hi Samsung Members..With the government’s mandate to observe complete lockdown, we are experiencing a slight delay at out end to bring you One UI 2 updates. Please be assured that we are doing our best to release the update as soon as possible. Meanwhile, we request you to please bear with us. In case you have any queries or concerns, click here https://bit.ly/2wPfyRI or reach out to us through Samsung Members App (Get Help – Send feedback), [sic.]” says the message received in the Members app.

In other news, many users of Samsung Galaxy Buds reported connectivity issue after receiving the latest update. According to a report by SamMobile, several users posted on social media and Samsung’s official forum about the connectivity issues after the update. These included irresponsive gesture controls, unstable ambient sound mode. While some users reported inconsistency in sound output as well. Some users even reported about the complete failure of the left earbud after the update.

The entire problem is a part of the recently released firmware build R170XXU0ATD2 for Galaxy Buds with which Samsung was planning to bring some latest and greatest Buds+ feature to old devices. For those unaware, Samsung rolled out the update earlier this week that brings features like Microsoft Swift pairing, improved ambient sound mode and ability to resume the playback from the popular music apps.

WhatsApp's latest Android beta update hints at how multi-device support may work - Latest News

WhatsApp’s latest Android beta update hints at how multi-device support may work – Latest News

Since last year, it has been known that WhatsApp is working on rolling out two device support for its platform. Several screenshots and reports by WABetaInfo during this time have shown the progress on this upcoming feature by the instant messaging app.

Now, in the latest Android beta version of the app, v2.20.143, the WABetaInfo has spotted that on the primary registration screen, the app asks users to switch to Wi-Fi. As per the screenshot, it says, “Without Wi-Fi, logging in may be slow, and may use a large amount of your data plan.”

Although the reason for the requirement of Wi-Fi hasn’t been stated for using the multi-device feature, the report says that it could be because WhatsApp needs to transfer data — including chat history — to the other device.

Besides this, the report also sheds some light on how the multi-device feature will work. As per the report, once this feature is rolled out and activated, all your devices that are logged in with that account will receive a message. Further, all the previous actions such as starring a message, archiving of chats will also be in sync across all devices.

Meanwhile, WhatsApp has doubled the number of participants in a group call — both video and audio. This means you can start a conversation with 7 other friends on WhatsApp either on voice or video. The feature was rolled out to both Android and iOS users with the growing dependence on video conferencing tools.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that many of us are isolated from friends and family. As a result, we see that people all over the world are turning to voice and video calling on WhatsApp more than ever before. Over the last month, people on average are spending over 15 billion minutes talking each day on WhatsApp calls, well above a typical day before the pandemic,” said WhatsApp in a statement. WhatsApp also ensured that voice and video calls are end-to-end encrypted even with higher participant limits.