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Just update your phone with UI update and get ready to experience 5G service

Yesterday India saw something that it had been waiting for for a long time. It’s nothing but a 5G service that was launched during an event in Delhi. Airtel has already rolled out the 5G services across eight cities in India. Jio is likely to roll out this by Diwali for its users. Even before the 5G service came to India people began to see phones coming into the market with 5G service. Realme has come to a step ahead in that Realme smartphones are reportedly getting support for the network.

Recently something shocking happened when Realme users took Twitter to report that they are getting a new Realme update. The thing is not only about updates it’s about the UI update that gives them access to Jio’s True 5G network. This update is going to revolutionize the user’s experience once again after Jio’s launch. However, it’s worth noting that the telecom operator will roll out services in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Chennai this Diwali which begins October 24th. The plans are also said to be available at an affordable cost in the country. Realme UI update would be rolled out to all 5G compatible smartphones. You can simply get this update by checking the update in your phone setting option.

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