One of the weirdest gambles that Realme made this year was launching the X7 Pro with Android 10 on it, at a time when other OEMs were cajoling the market to their side with Android 11. Launched as far back as February, the phone is now getting its push to the Android 11 platform.
It should be noted that the Realme UI 2.0, which is built around Android 11, already had a beta in place from as early as Q2. As with most other major updates, though, the company had to make sure everything was working right before they would start sending it out to a lot of users.
Right now, the stable update is reaching users in batches. Even though it is stable, this will help the company stay on top of any issues that they might have missed, fixing it for the small number of users who might have gotten the software before everyone else gets the fully stable build.
Realme has also made it possible to rollback to Android 10 for now – with a link that they made available on the official announcement page. That should be a failsafe attempt to ensuring users can get back to their working OSes in case they find something amiss on the new software.