Realme has announced it on its Indian forum that the brand is rolling out a new software update to the Realme XT in India. The updated firmware comes bearing the build number RMX1921EX_11_A.12. Unfortunately, we don’t have information regarding the update package size. The update has a staged rollout, and it might take a few days for the update to reach all the devices. If you don’t want to wait for the OTA update, you can download the new firmware from Realme’s support for the Realme XT, and install the update manually.
Realme XT Software Update Changelog
The most significant feature this upgrade brings is the Nightscape mode for the front-facing camera. The Nightscape mode, which is already available in the rear camera of the Realme XT, takes multiple images with different exposure time and merges them to produce a brighter and more detailed picture. This mode helps in getting better picture quality in lowlight conditions. Apart from this, you get Android Security Patch for November 2019. The update also brings a few other new features and bug fixes. Below is a complete changelog of the update as posted by Realme on its forum.
● Android security patch: November, 2019
● Added Nightscape to front camera
● Optimized photo clarity when using WhatsApp
● Optimized wide-angle video quality for rear camera
● Optimized the noise reduction in dark environments
● Optimized the clarity of the ULTRA 64 MP mode
● Fixed app crashing when switching to ULTRA 64 MP mode
● Optimized camera quality for reddish color issue
● Improved fingerprints recognition
● Fixed the issue that could not registered VoWiFi to partial carrier
● Fixed text display issue in some interfaces
When Will the Realme XT Get Android 10?
It is a bummer that the software for the Realme XT is still based on the Android 9 Pie operating system. That being said, the device is expected to receive the Android 10 OS in January 2020. Realme is also expected to release the new version of its custom-designed user interface around the same time. The new UI is said to have a near-stock Android look.