Realme GT Neo 3 150W charging edition is getting a new June 2023 firmware with a massive changelog. The latest update holds a bunch of interesting features and optimizations for the iconic handset. In addition, an updated security patch is making its way to improve the internal system of the device.
According to the inputs, the June 2023 firmware for Realme GT Neo 3 150W edition is rolling out with the RMX3563_11.C.22 version. While there are no details regarding the package size, we will suggest keeping a minimum of 1.0GB storage free to download the new build conveniently.
In terms of offerings, the update counts seamless interconnectivity features, expanded personalization, and new functionalities for the health section. Alongside, the respective phone holders will gain a Championship mode that will amplify the gaming performance.
Last but not least, the changelog displays the presence of the May 2023 security patch, instead of June which could slightly disappoint users. But don’t worry as the addition is effective and optimizes the system performance and stability aspects. You can check more details in the changelog below.
June 2023 Firmware – Changelog
- New realme UI smart cross-device connections for easier connection and better interoperability.
- The new auto-connect feature enables automatic connection between phones, tablets, and PCs placed nearby.
- Expands Omoji’s functionality and library
- Adds a new TalkBack feature that recognizes and announces images in apps and Photos.
- Adds the new Zen Space app with two modes, Deep Zen and Light Zen to help you focus on the present.
- Improves Simple mode with a new helper widget and quick tutorials on the home screen.
- Adds the Championship mode to Game Assistant. This mode improves performance while also disabling notifications, calls, and other messages to give you a more immersive gaming experience.
- Integrates the May 2023 Android security patches.
- Optimizes the system performance.
- Optimizes the system’s stability.
As usual, the update is available to a limited number of users at the moment. However, the tech giant will begin a broader rollout in a few days to ensure there are no critical bugs.