For the past few weeks, devices have been powering up with the Android 11 firmware, and the scenes this week are no different. From OnePlus to RealMe, from Samsung to Motorola, we've quite a number of devices that are ready to get the taste of the features and goodies of Android 11. Besides, we have some Android 12 news that you need to have attention too. Let see what the second week of August was all about for the OEM industry.

Devices That We've Lined Up for Today


OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T


RealMe X7, RealMe C3, RealMe Narzo 30, RealMe Narzo 30A


Samsung Galaxy A10


Moto Razr


Smart Band 6, Other devices


OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T Gets Their Share of Stable Android 11

OnePlus 6 and 6T users were introduced to the first phase of Android 11's beta version a month back, followed by the second one this week. After subsequent trial phases, the devices finally get their portion of Android 11 firmware. In case you own one of the devices and wondering why you haven't seen the update notification already, then let me tell you the update, as always, is rolling out at a steady pace. Wait for it; you're going to get it soon anyways.


Android 11 Based RealMe UI 2.0 Rolls Out for RealMe X7

September 2020 released RealMe X7 is ready to get the taste of the latest RealMe UI 2.0. With the pro variant getting the stable update last month, it is time for the users of the general version to catch the Android 11 functionality. 

Featuring the build number RMX3092_11.C.05, the RealMe X7 will update with a series of new features and improvements. From the Android 11 goodies like Dark Mode, one-time permission to the new UI styles, the update will genuinely excite users altogether.

Here is what the changelog looks like:


  • You can now personalize the entire user interface to make it your own
  • The update allows you to create your own wallpaper simply by picking colours from your gallery or photos.
  • Third-party icons for apps are now supported on the very home screen.
  • Three Dark mode styles are made available: These are Enhanced, medium, and gentle.

High Efficiency

  • You can now simply drag text, images, or files out of any floating window or from one app and drop to another app in Split-screen mode.
  • Optimized the entire editing page of Smart Sidebar: Two tabs are now being displayed, and the order of items can now be customized.


  • Added the "Tone tunes" feature: Consecutive form of notification tones will be linked to blend into a single melody.
  • You can now determine the time period when to activate the Do Not Disturb mode.
  • Added various weather animations to provide you with a more interesting and stunning experience.
  • Optimized the vibration effects for the text input and gameplay.
  • Optimized the "Auto brightness" feature.


  • You can now remove any folder or combine the same with another one.
  • Added various filters for the "Drawer mode": You can now simply filter apps by name or install time, or usage frequency.

Security and Privacy

  • You can simply turn the "App lock" on or off directly in the Quick Settings.
  • Overall it improved powerful SOS functions.
  • You can quickly display the personal emergency info to the first responders. The information can now be displayed even when the screen is locked.
  • Optimized the "Permission Manager" feature.


  • Added a super Immersive mode which reduces the disturbances while gaming.
  • You can change the entire set of the Game Assistant call-up method.


  • You can easily share your personal hotspot with others via a convenient method of QR code.


  • Added the feature of Cloud Sync for Private Safe feature. This will allow you to sync the photos that are available in your Private Safe to the cloud.
  • The update has optimized the feature of photo editing. The tool comes with an upgraded set of algorithms and more markup effects and filters.

HeyTap Cloud

  • You can now seamlessly back up your photos, documents, system settings, and another kind of data like WeChat data and more. Further migrating to a new phone is super flexible.
  • You can conveniently select the types of data that need to be backed up or easily restored.
  • You can simply create multiple backups for your smartphone.


  • Added a new mode called inertial zoom feature. This generally makes the zooming procedure smoother during video shooting.
  • Added a new level and grid feature. This is of great help while composing videos.


  • Added a "Sound amplifier": With that, you can amplify even the faint sounds and further soften loud sounds when wearing earphones.

RealMe C3 Receives the Android 11 Update

It was last month when the RealMe C3 devices started seeing the update for the Android 11 beta build. Thankfully, the stable version is now out as well. Weighing something around 168MB, the new firmware with the built number RMX2027_11_C.04 is now available for users in India.

RealMe Nazro 30 Gets Android 11

Alongside other devices, Realme has launched the Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 stable firmware for the Narzo 30. The update brings home an entirely refreshed UI alongside a number of Realme UI 2.0 and Android 11 features.

RealMe Narzo 30A Android 11-based RealMe UI 2.0 update

The new firmware comes with version number RMX3171_11.C.03, and your smartphone should be running firmware RMX3171_11.A.19/RMX3171_A.17 to receive the Realme UI 2.0 update.

It's also worth mentioning that the update is currently seeding in India to a limited number of users, and a broader rollout will begin in a few days if no bugs are found.


Samsung Galaxy A10 Gets Android 11

Samsung's Galaxy A10 devices in India prepare for the Android 11 firmware. Bearing version number A105FDDU6CUH2, the device introduces the new One UI 3.1 besides bumping in the Android 11 version. Alongside the goodies, the new firmware brings home the August 2021 security patch.

As already mentioned, the update is exclusive to the Indian region. Hopefully, it reaches other countries really soon.


Moto Razr Powers Up to Android 11

The Moto Razr has been running on Android 9 Pie for a very long before eventually getting upgraded to Android 10. The good news is, Android 11 firmware is live.  

The new firmware is labeled as RPV31.Q2-62-7-10 and bags in July 2021 security patches alongside a number of goodies. The goodies include Conversations and Chat Bubbles, one-time permissions, new media controls, and more.


Flashlight Functionality is now Live on Mi Smart Band 6 

If you're a Mi Smart Band 6 user, there is a piece of good news. Xiaomi is rolling out a firmware that will introduce the smart band with an amazing feature. Alongside multilingual support, firmware is ready to feature the flashlight mode. As of now, the update is live for the wearables in Czech Republic, Kuwait, and the UK, and you can expect the same to reach other global platforms real soon.

Xiaomi Reveals the List of Devices that are about to Get the MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Version

As the scenes are busy with the rollout of the new MIUI 12.5 Enhanced Version, Xiaomi has already revealed the list of devices that are set to receive the new UI. The update is set to commence on August 13 and should conclude by August 27.

To name the devices that are listed in the first phase, we've

  • Mi 11 Ultra
  • Mi 11 Pro
  • Redmi K40 Pro
  • Mi 10S
  • Mi 11
  • Mi 10 Ultra
  • Redmi K30S
  • Mi 10
  • Mi 10 Pro
  • Redmi K40
  • Redmi K30 Pro. 

Additional News

  • The Beta version of Android 12 replaces the call bubble with a chip.
  • Fourth Phase of Android 12 Beta Update Hits the Floor for Stability Test on various Pixel devices.

A Quick Round-Up

  • OnePlus six and OnePlus 6T Gets Their Share of Stable Android 11
  • Android 11 Based RealMe UI 2.0 Rolls Out for RealMe X7
  • RealMe C3 Receives the Android 11 Update
  • RealMe Nazro 30 Gets Android 11
  • Realme Narzo 30A Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0 update
  • Samsung Galaxy A10 Gets Android 11
  • Moto Razr Powers Up to Android 11
  • Flashlight Functionality is now Live on Mi Smart Band 6 
  • Xiaomi Reveals the List of Devices that are about to Get the MUI 12.5 Enhanced Version

Wrapping Up

With that, we wrap up this week's firmware updates. The OEM industry has been busy all week introducing Android 11 to various devices. Was your device featured in the list today, or has your device already tasted it? Make sure to let us know.

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