Realme X2 kernel source code is now available
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme has seen tremendous growth around the world since its debut back in May 2018. While the company started its journey with budget-friendly smartphones, it has launched devices in a variety of price segments over the last year and a half. Most recently, the company launched its first true flagship — the Realme X2 Pro — and set a new benchmark for affordable flagships. Along with its aggressively priced smartphones, the company’s commitment to supporting third-party development for its devices has played a major role in solidifying its position in the market. Timely kernel source code releases coupled with a good update schedule have helped the company’s popularity skyrocket. Following the launch of the Realme X2 Pro, the company launched the Snapdragon 730G powered Realme X2 in China, Europe and India and now it has released kernel sources for the device.
The timely kernel source code release for the Realme X2 will kickstart third-party development for the devices. It will help developers and power users delve deeper into the code that runs their device and improve its performance. Additionally, the kernel source code release will also help developers release custom ROMs and kernels for the device. If you’re among the several people who’ve purchased the new Realme X2, you should head over to our Realme X2 forums from the link above and keep a tab on the third-party development for the device. We expect to see some great custom ROM and kernel releases for the device in the following weeks which will help you make the most out of your new phone. If you’re a developer, you can access the kernel sources from the link below and spearhead development for the device.