Realme X50 Pro will get an Android 11 beta next month
The first Android 11 Beta was released yesterday and it’s an important milestone for a few reasons. First, it marks the final stretch of development before the stable release. Second, it means more devices will get a chance to try the latest version of Android. Google Pixel devices are, of course, supported, but we’ve also seen the OnePlus 8 series join the party. The Realme X50 Pro will also be getting a taste next month.
Just like OPPO announced with the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro and Xiaomi announced with the Mi 10 and POCO F2 Pro, Realme has shared its plans to bring the Android 11 Beta with Realme UI to its flagship Realme X50 Pro (our review) next month. The Realme X50 Pro is the company’s flagship phone with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC and 65W SuperDart charging, and it launched with Android 10-based Realme UI.
Realme didn’t give us much more information about the beta other than the fact that it’s coming in mid-July, but this announcement is good news for Realme X50 Pro owners. In our review, we said the Realme X50 Pro is one of the better “bang for your buck” options out there when it comes to Snapdragon 865-equipped smartphones. It’s certainly not cheap, and that makes getting Android 11 beta even sweeter.
Be sure to read our full in-depth coverage of the first beta release to learn about some of the features that may be headed your way.