Realme Rolls Out A New Update for Realme 5
Realme is unveiling a new software update to the Realme 5 quad-camera smartphone in just a few days. The update will bring with itself the Dark Mode, a special feature that the company is willing to introduce in all Realme phones by November. Realme has already introduced Dark Mode on the Realme 1, Realme U1, Realme 5 Pro, Realme X, Realme XT, and Realme 3 Pro over the past few weeks.
Realme 5 users will get the updated version RMX1911EX_11_A.18 by this week. The OTA is being rolled in a staged fashion which suggests that only a limited number of people will have the chance to receive the update at the initial stage, while a broader rollout will take place over the coming days. The update also brings the October 2019 security patch.
As per the changelog, the latest Realme 5 update also brings a wide-angle video recording option. Realme has also made improvisations on the quad cameras, which include enhancing the brightness of the rear camera, optimizing low-light photo quality of the main camera and optimizing the noise issue on the subject’s face.
It is also important to know that the system-wide Dark Mode changes the background of the UI to shades of black and grey to reduce strain on the eyes. Moreover, the update also brings Realme Laboratory and adds an option for notification dots for updates. The update removes the reminder after the hotspot has been disabled and the option to swipe down on the home screen to bring up a global search or notification center.
The latest Realme 5 update also fixes an issue that prevented the battery from charging fully. Realme 5 was launched in India as the most affordable quad-camera phone in the market. The company now plans to launch the Realme 5s, which seems to be a successor to the Realme 5 with a 48MP quad-camera setup as the biggest upgrade.