Android 14 update now available for three more Realme phones

Realme 11 5G, Realme C67 5G, and Narzo 60x 5G are the newest phones to receive Android 14 based Realme UI 5.0 update. The company has officially confirmed the rollout details on its community forum. For the time being, the update is available to limited users, and a broader rollout should commence in a matter of time.

Realme says that your smartphone needs to be running on the latest software version, here are the required build number details for the three phones.

  • Realme 11 5G: RMX3780_13.2.0.500 (SP03EX01) or RMX3780_13.2.0.510 (EX01)
  • Realme C67 5G: RMX3782_13.2.0.500 (SP03EX01) or RMX3782_13.2.0.510 (SP01EX01) or RMX3782_13.2.0.520 (SP01EX01)
  • Realme Narzo 60X 5G: RMX3782_13.2.0.500 (SP03EX01) or RMX3782_13.2.0.510 (SP01EX01) or RMX3782_13.2.0.520 (SP01EX01)

If your phone is already running on any of these builds, then you will receive the update over the phone in the coming days. If you’re a beta tester, then you will get the stable update with an incremental OTA update.

Moving to the changes, Realme UI 5.0 comes out with several new additions including Multiple AOD & Widgets, new intuitive animations, smart charging, Phone Link, Improved multi-tasking with RAM Vitalization and Trinity Engine, and more.

Despite being the stable Android 14 update, Realme didn’t mention all changes coming with the update in the release notes. Here’s the official changelog, highlighting two features.

  • Smart Efficiency: Adds File Dock, where you can drag and drop to transfer content between apps and devices.
  • Security and Privacy: Improves photo and video-related permission management for safer access by apps.
  • Aquamorphic Design: Adds Aquamorphic-themed ringtones and revamps the system notification sounds.
    • Improves system animations by making them even smoother.

If you own Realme 11 5G, C67 5G, or Narzo 60X 5G , you will receive the OTA update on your phone soon. Sometimes the update arrives on phone, but its notification doesn’t appear, so make sure to check for the update manually from Settings.

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