Realme released its October ColorOS update for its mid-range Realme X handset last month. However, the roll-out of the latest update has been halted after reports of bugs.
In the latest post on the company’s forums, the Shenzhen-based company officially announced that it has postponed temporarily the staged rollout of the latest October software update, with version number RMX190EX 11.A.09, until the critical bug has been fixed. The Chinese firm has promised to update their post as soon as the new rollout is started. The company will also provide a manual download link for the Realme X users.
Realme developers revealed they have found a critical bug before the latest software update reached more Realme devices. However, the Realme developers haven’t provided a particular date or release window, when the software update is expected to be released.
About Realme’s latest ColorOS update
Gadget 360 reported the latest Realme software update has added the long-awaited dark mode feature, new charging animation, new Realme Laboratory, new font feature to Them Store, October security patch, a new option for notification dots for updates, and a new way to enter hidden mobile applications list using fingerprints. Additionally, the update brought some improvements to the touch user experience.
Realme also reveals Android 10 roadmap
In addition to the postponement announcement, the Chinese firm also revealed the Android 10 roadmap for its Realme X smartphone series. Gadget 360 reported the Realme X and Realme X Youth Edition phones will get the latest Android 10-based ColorOS update sometime in the first quarter of 2020.
The Realme Q, which was introduced in China as the rebranded Realme 5 Pro in September, will also receive the Android 10 update early next year. However, the Realme X2 and Realme X2 Pro will receive the latest Android 10 update in the second quarter of 2020. The Chinese firm hasn’t stated the reason for the different release schedules.
This latest Android 10 rollout is meant for the Chinese market. Realme has yet to announce the global rollout. Stay tuned for more Realme updates.