We agree with the fact that Realme appears to be moving at a faster pace with Android 12 than it did with Android 11. Already, the company has expanded its Android 12-based Realme UI3.0 beta program for a number of smartphones, including the Realme GT and GT Neo 2, GT Master Edition and the Realme 8 series. It is now expanding the Realme 7 Pro update. This device was originally launched with Android 10 but received an update last year to Android 11 as well as Realme UI 2.0. It’s now joining a select group of devices that will receive Android 12 and Realme UI 4.0
Realme 7 Pro will receive Realme UI 3.0 during its Early Access phase. This means that not all users will be able to install the update. You will need to sign up for the early access program if you have a Realme 7 Pro smartphone. Realme has the final say on whether you are allowed to apply for this program. There are only a few seats available. This update is not recommended for people who use smartphones daily. It may have bugs and other annoying issues that could prevent normal usage.
The Early Access program will continue for the next few months and will be followed up by a public beta. Realme could open the update to the public once all bugs have been fixed. This will be before a stable final update.
REALME IS ROLLING OUT ANDROID 12-BASED REALMEUI 3.0 EARLY Access UPDATE
Realme 7 Pro Android 12 update application requires that you are on the most recent firmware – RMX2170_11.C.28. To begin the process, go to Settings >> Software update >> Tap the Settings icon at the top right. Next, tap on Trial Version >> Apply now >> Fill out the questionnaire. You should be able to receive the update via air if you are selected. Be sure not to root your computer. This could cause data loss.
Realme states that not all apps work with Android 12. You may experience crashes and misbehavior while using Android 12. You can revert to Realme UI 2.0 if you wish to opt-out of Realme UI 3.0. The process will erase all of your internal data. Before you proceed, make sure you have a backup.
Realme 7 Pro was the first device in the Realme series to have AMOLED. This means that the Realme 7 Pro has an in-display fingerprint reader and 65 W fast charging. It runs on the Snapdragon 720G, which might still be able to handle Android 12 well.