Realme begins to roll out Jio True 5G support for its phones in India via an update.
Customers of Jio can expect the 5G network to go live later this month in select cities.
In India, 5G has been officially launched. The next-generation networks in India were inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In India, telecom operators have begun to work on the nationwide rollout of 5G services. Airtel has already launched 5G services in eight cities, while Reliance Jio's 5G network will be operational soon. Customers of Jio can expect the 5G network to be operational later this month. Realme has released a new update for those who have access to Jio's 5G network.
Several Realme smartphone users confirmed the update details on Twitter. Let's take a closer look at the new Realme update for Jio True 5G support.
Realme Update for Jio True 5G
Realme has launched a new update as India prepares for the 5G rollout. The new Realme update is designed specifically for Jio True 5G users.
"With 5G now officially available, we are excited to explore the numerous opportunities it provides us and will focus our efforts on making this technology even more accessible to users." We have collaborated with India's leading telcos to create a variety of bundle offers for our users. 85% of our devices already support SA, and 100% of our devices will support SA fully by October. We are also releasing OTA updates for our devices to ensure that all of our users can take advantage of 5G," said Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth in a press release.
Users took to Twitter to confirm the Realme 5G phone's availability. According to the changelog, the update adds 5G network function support for Jio users. Additionally, the update improves system performance and stability.
Realme has not disclosed any information about the rollout for devices and users with Airtel or Vi SIM cards. The update is expected to be launched soon. Meanwhile, let us know if you've received the new Realme OTA update with 5G support in the comments.