Those interested can join the program by going to the Settings> Software Update menu on their phones, clicking the gear icon in the upper right corner, then the “Trial Version” option and submitting the necessary information.



After these steps are completed and enrolled in the early access program, the Android 11 based realme UI 2.0 early access structure will arrive on your phone before January 29. But keep in mind that there are only 200 seats, so be quick if you don’t want to wait for a taste of Android 11 and realme’s newest special Android version.

It’s also worth noting that early access versions are not as stable as the official versions, so it’s best to avoid installing them on primary devices.

If you want to continue anyway, make sure you back up all your data and have at least 60% battery and 5GB storage space on your smartphone before proceeding with the setup.

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