Realme X2 gets update for Dark Mode and Nightscape for front camera, along with kernel source code release
Realme has now started rolling out ColorOS 6.1 for the Realme X2 in Europe. The latest update, version RMX1993EX_11.A.15, brings the system-wide dark mode that the company previously released in a number of its devices. Along with that, the update also adds nightscape mode for the front camera, allowing users to take selfies in dimly lit environments. Here’s the official changelog for ColorOS 6.1 on the Realme X2:
- Android security patch: October, 2019
- Added Dark Mode
- Added realme Laboratory
- Added a switch of swipe down on home screen for global search or notification center
- Added a switch of Notification Dot for updates
- Removed the reminder after the hotspot enabled
- Removed the prompt while rooted
- Updated charging animation, showing more details
- Added nightscape on front camera
- Optimized partial AF out of focus
The update has already started rolling out to Realme X2 users in Europe. In case you haven’t received it yet, you can download it from the link below and manually flash it on your device.
It’s worth noting that Realme has maintained a decent update schedule for its devices over the last couple of weeks. The company has previously released updates for the Realme 3 Pro and the Realme X, featuring the new dark mode and Android security patches. It has also released updates for the Realme 5 and Realme 2 Pro, packing in almost all the same features. Most recently, it released updates for the Realme XT and the Realme 3/3i.
Along with the updates, Realme has also released kernel sources for a couple of its devices. Last month, it released the kernel sources for the Realme XT, 5 and 5 Pro. And now, with the latest update, the company has also released the kernel sources for the Realme X2, even though the device was just launched last month. The timely kernel source release will kickstart third-party development for the Realme X2 and we expect to see new custom ROMs and kernels for the device in the coming weeks.
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