Realme took the wraps off the glorious Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro flagships during the last week. Now the Chinese company is rolling out the first software update for the Realme 6. Apparently, the company left out some stuff to roll out after the launch. That’s a strategy that some other companies such as Samsung are using nowadays.
The new firmware for the Realme 6 bears RMX2001_11_A.11 version number. It bumps the Android Security patch level to the latest one available – March 5, 2020. Moreover, it squashes a specific bug that was enabling Google Assistant with swipe-up gestures. Talking about new features, the update comes with Soloop video editing app and brings two new features to the phone’s 16MP front camera – Night Mode and 120FPS slow-motion video recording.
Realme 6 comes with a MediaTek Helio G90T SoC, making it the second phone to feature this chipset after Redmi Note 8 Pro. Furthermore, it comes with a 6.5-inches FHD+ LCD panel with a single punch-hole for a 16MP selfie camera and a 90Hz refresh rate. For photography, it features a 64MP (primary) + 8MP (ultra-wide) + 2MP (macro) + 2MP (mono) quad-camera setup. The handset comes with Android 10 and Realme UI straight out the box and draws power from a 4,300mAh battery.
Realme is yet to officially announce the update. However, if you already own this handset you can head over to the phone’s Settings > Software Update menu to see if the update is available.