Realme has again rolled out a new update for its first 64-megapixel quad-camera phone – the Realme XT. The update also brings the November 2019 Android security patch and comes with version number RMX1921_11_A.12 and is 2.84GB in size. The most notable upgrade is the arrival of nightscape for the front camera, which will allow its users to click brighter selfies in low-light scenarios.
“The OTA will be randomly pushed out to a limited number of users today and will have a broader rollout in a few days after making sure there are no critical bugs. If no critical bugs are found, the full rollout will be completed in the upcoming days,” the company said in its forum post.
The company has also made significant optimizations to improve photo clarity while using WhatsApp’s in-app camera interface as well as the quality of videos recorded by the wide-angle camera. Realme has also optimized the camera algorithms to minimize the noise in the photos shot in dark environments.
Moreover, the update claims to have resolved a bug that caused the camera app to crash when switching to the dedicated 64-megapixel mode. The update has also improved the fingerprint recognition probability and has fixed the partial display issue as well as another bug that caused registration problems with a VoWi-Fi network to the partial carrier. Further, you can also download the update file from Realme’s official update support page.