[Update 4: Realme UI beta recruitment for Realme X2 Pro] Realme announces its Android 10 update roadmap for the Realme X series

[Update 4: Realme UI beta recruitment for Realme X2 Pro] Realme announces its Android 10 update roadmap for the Realme X series

Update 4 (03/12/20 @ 03:13 AM EST): Realme X2 Pro users can now apply for Realme UI beta testing.

Update 3 (01/20/20 @ 00:55 AM EST): Realme X2 users in India can now apply for Realme UI beta starting today until January 27th, 2020. Meanwhile, the beta for Realme X2 Pro has already begun while stable updates for the Realme 3 Pro and XT have started to roll out.

Update 2 (11/27/19 @ 02:15 AM EST): Realme X2 Pro users can now apply to be a part of the ColorOS 7 beta in India starting today until December 3, 2019.

Update 1 (11/25/19 @ 03:15 AM EST):  Realme announces ColorOS 7 update release roadmap for Indian devices, including a beta for Realme 3 Pro, Realme XT, and the Realme X2 Pro starting December 18, 2019.

The table below has been updated with a month-wise roll-out schedule for India and China. The remaining parts of the original article from October 30, 2019, remain unchanged.


Realme is treading with a fast pace, especially when it comes to launching new devices. Earlier this month, they launched their first true flagship, the Realme X2 Pro, with Snapdragon 855+, 50W SuperVOOC charging, 64MP quad cameras, and so many other exciting features. At the same event in Madrid, Spain, the company also launched the Realme X2, which is the Realme XT but with faster 30W charging and a Snapdragon 730G for better performance, and the Realme Q (Realme 5 Pro in India). But one aspect of Realme phones that has left user expectations sore is the software and the company is now working to bring the experience closer to stock Android with ColorOS 7.

In the meantime, Realme is also working on making Android 10 available to the users and had earlier announced its timeline for the update for several older devices. They have now announced the Android 10 roll-out schedule for newer devices including the Realme X2 Pro and the Realme X2. As per the update, Realme X2 Pro will start receiving the Color OS 7 update based on Android 10 in the second quarter of 2020.

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Notably, the schedule for the roll-out is for Chinese variants of the smartphones so we expect the global roll-out to come in the weeks following the initial updates. Realme should reveal dates for the Indian variants while launching the phone next month.

Source: Realme Community (Chinese) | Via: MySmartPrice

Update 1: Realme’s ColorOS 7 & Android 10 update schedules for Realme 3 Pro, XT, X2 Pro, others

Realme has updated the ColorOS 7 update schedule for India with a month-wise breakdown. In India, Realme will release a custom UI based on ColorOS 7 based on Android 10. This echoes their promise of bringing a UI closer to stock Android but we’re not sure of the exact changes yet. OPPO is set to announce ColorOS 6 in India on November 26, 2019, which is when we might get to learn more about this customized UI.

ColorOS 7 beta will also be released in India and China for certain devices starting December 18, 2019. Realme notes that users who’ve signed up for ColorOS 6.7 beta on Realme XT and Project X for Realme 3 Pro will also be eligible for the ColorOS 7 beta update but the toll out may take as long as Feb 2020. Beta registrations for Realme X2 Pro beta will begin on November 27 in India while the registration link will go live after the company concludes a poll on which devices besides the X2 Pro must get the beta update.

The table below notes the roll-out schedule for ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 for China and India. No announcement has been made by the European team for the update in the region.

Smartphone China India
Realme 2 Pro Not available in the region Jun 2020
Realme 3 Not available in the region Apr 2020
Realme 3 Pro/Realme X Lite Feb 2020 Jan 2020 (roll-out to existing beta users soon)
Realme X Q1 2020 Feb 2020
Realme 3i Not available in the region Apr 2020
Realme 5 / 5s Not available in the region May 2020
Realme 5 Pro/Realme Q Mar 2020 Feb 2020
Realme XT Not available in the region Jan 2020 (roll-out to existing beta users soon)
Realme X2 Apr 2020 Mar 2020
Realme X2 Pro Apr 2020 (beta starting 12/18/19) Mar 2020 (beta starting 12/18/19)
Realme C2 Not available in the region Q3 2020

Sources: Realme Community India (1)(2) | Realme Community China | Weibo

Update 2: Realme begins recruiting beta testers for ColorOS 7 beta

Realme has started opened applications for testers for the Realme X2 Pro’s ColorOS 7 beta update. Interested users can show their interest by filling up this form before December 3rd. The selected beta testers will be announced on December 9th.

The company recently announced the ColorOS 7 update schedule for the European users.

Source: Realme Community

Update 3: Realme seeks beta testers for Realme UI beta on Realme X2

Realme rolled out its new Android interface – Realme UI – to the Realme 3 Pro and the Realme XT in the last few days. Now, the company is looking to recruit beta testers for Realme UI beta on its latest smartphone – Realme X2. You can apply for the beta by filling up your details on this page on or before January 27th.

Source: Realme Community

Update 4: Realme UI beta testing open for the Realme X2 Pro

Realme is now looking for beta testers who are interested in trying out the RealmeUI on the Realme X2 Pro. If you are interested, you can follow the instructions mentioned in this post.

Source: Realme Community

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Tushar Mehta
Tushar Mehta

I am a Senior Editor at XDA. I have been reviewing gadgets for over five years and gained experience by working for prominent tech publications in India before joining XDA. I enjoy fiddling with all smart objects and my love for software customization dates back to the Symbian S60 days. I like to devote my spare time idealizing the romantic union of technology and philosophy or spacing out on Pink Floyd. You may email me at [email protected]

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