The new firmware, sporting version number RMX2151_11_A.43, bumps up the Android security patch level on the Realme 7 to August 5, 2020 and brings in the 64MP Professional Mode that's present on the Pro version out of the box.
The new build also brings a few other camera optimizations and adds a decimal point display for fast charging animation.
In addition to that, the Realme 7 gets Amazon Alexa support with optimized fingerprint unlock speed. You can check out the screenshots below for more details.
The new software update weighs 306MB in size and is rolling out over the air in India. Most early adopters who purchased the Realme 7 today will likely receive it the moment they take the phone out of the box.
The Realme 7 has a Helio G95 SoC under the hood, and it's built around a 6.5" 90Hz LCD of FullHD+ resolution. It comes with a 64MP quad camera and packs a 5,000 mAh battery that charges at up to 30W.
You can read our Realme 7 hands-on review to learn more about it.
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Realme 7 pro is fffar better