After four developers previews for Android 11, Google is gearing up to unveil the first beta in the next month. The interesting bit about Android betas is that they aren’t something exclusive to Pixel smartphones. Apart from the usual batch of companies rolling out Android 11 beta, we’ll see for the first time Realme joining the bandwagon. The company is recruiting long-term beta testers who will try out Android 11 on the Realme X2 Pro. The firmware isn’t available yet, but Realme already wants to gather its beta-testing team.
The Realme X2 Pro was released in the last year as Realme’s first flagship. The company’s first attempt in the high-end area was so positive that the company is now expanding the number of premium smartphones. Now, the company will give an important step to increase its popularity among the Android community. According to the recruitment, the lucky testers will be testing Android 11 as well as some unreleased features of the Realme UI. Apparently, Realme started the development of Realme UI 2.0 that will come with Android 11 underneath.
Realme X2 Pro owners can sign up for beta testing until May 18
If you own a Realme X2 Pro and want to try your luck, you can sign up until May 18. The beta program will run throughout the next months. However, it doesn’t mean that the users out of the program will take an entire year to receive Android 11. The Realme X2 Pro Android 10 beta program started in November last year. However, the stable release came in April this year. If Realme starts to test the next Android version as soon as it becomes available, the update should roll out a few months after the official Android 11 rollout.
Of course, more details about Realme’s version of Android 11 will be revealed later this year. However, it’s good to see that the X2 Pro will be among the first smartphones to receive it.