In May 2020, Realme promised that an update to Android 10 would be rolled out for the Realme C2 as well. By the end of 2020, the company was expected to transfer its bestseller to Realme UI with Android 10. However, this only happened now.
Realme has finally begun rolling out its long-awaited Realme UI skin update with the Android 10 operating system for its Realme C2 ultra-budget smartphone.
The Realme C2 smartphone debuted in the first half of 2019. It became the cheapest and best-selling Realme smartphone at that time. It comes with ColorOS 6 skin based on Android 9.0 Pie.
The firmware is 2.1 GB in size for Android 9 Pie devices and 164 MB for those who have previously tested Realme UI 1.0. At the moment it is available to a small number of users. The distribution is expected to expand its reach in the coming days.
Last year, Realme became the fastest growing mobile phone brand in the world, and in the fall the company surpassed 50 million smartphones sold. At the end of 2020, the company ranked seventh in terms of smartphone shipments.
And although the largest volume of deliveries of Realme falls in India (55%); the company successfully manages to occupy leadership positions in other regions of the world.
So, in the Chinese market, it managed to take the sixth line right after Huawei, OPPO, Vivo, and Xiaomi; and in some other markets, it even entered the top five most popular smartphone manufacturers.
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