The new firmware’s build version is RMX1911EX_11_A.20. And according to the brand, it is being rolled out in stages. Realme says that the full rollout should be completed in the ‘upcoming days.’
The update brings with it improvements to the camera. First off, the autofocus has been optimized for faster focusing. Secondly, the issue where a reddish tint was appearing in photos taken in portrait mode has been fixed.
While the Realme 5s already had a Dark Mode, the brand has now put a toggle to switch it on and off. The update also brings with it Android Security Patch for November 2019. You can find rest of the changes in the complete changelog posted that the brand posted on its forum
- Android security patch: November, 2019
- Optimized AF focus and improved the rate of success
- Optimized the reddish in portrait mode
- Added fast switch toggles of dark mode in notification center
Known issue fixed
- Fixed low Probability issue of touch not respond when inserting headphones
- Fixed the auto reboot issue with low probability
The Realme 5s made its debut on November 20, 2019, in India. So, it hasn’t even been a month since its launch, and the brand is already offering a software update to the device.
That has been the case with every other Realme device recently. The brand is offering timely software updates to its smartphones, even to the older ones.
Anyway, Oppo had recently released a new UI overlay for its smartphones, the ColorOS 7. The Oppo spinoff brand, Realme, is said to update all of its smartphones with the new ColorOS 7 UI soon.
To read more about the Realme 5s, you head to our dedicated launch article of the smartphone, where we have explained its prices and specifications.