realme X50 Pro Android 11 Beta 1 update to roll in early July

After OPPO, Xiaomi and OPPO, realme just confirmed that it will roll out Android 11 beta 1 update for its flagship X50 Pro smartphone in early July. This comes after Google released the Android 11 Beta 1 for its Pixel phones earlier this week. OnePlus also rolled  out Android 11 Beta update for its flagship OnePlus 8 series. Last year realme 3 Pro got Android Q beta, this time it is offering the update for its flagship smartphone.

Regarding this realme said:

After bringing to you the most updates in the industry, we are excited to be among the few brands to be a part of #Android11 beta program with #realmeX50Pro, our ultimate #5G Flagship. #SpeedOfTheFuture #realme is a Tech Trendsetter brand to match the aspirations of the youth.

Due to the production disruption because of the lockdown, there was a shortage in the supply of realme X50 Pro 5G. realme will soon be resuming the production of its best 5G flagship smartphone realme X50 Pro 5G, which will again go on sale from 9th July onwards, said the company.

Android 11 Beta 1 is focused on three key themes: People, Controls, and Privacy. All the conversations across multiple messaging apps are moved to a dedicated space in the notification section. It also introduces Bubbles, a new feature to help you respond and engage with important conversations without switching back and forth between your current task and the messaging app.

In addition, when you type using Gboard in Android 11, you’ll get relevant and automatic suggestions for emoji and text. There are also new media controls, making it quick and convenient to switch the device your audio or video content is playing on.

Last year  Sony, Nokia, LG, HUAWEI, Vivo and even TECNO phones got Android Q beta update. We will have to wait for official announcements from other companies regarding the Android 11 beta update 1 for these.

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