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Realme X2 Pro ColorOS 7 beta recruitment begins in India

29 November 2019 0

Realme CEO Madhav Sheth has announced that the team is now accepting applications for Realme X2 Pro ColorOS 7 beta program. This new custom skin iteration is based on Android 10 which is the latest Android version. It was announced earlier this year along with a stable release schedule for all Realme devices.

If you are a Realme X2 Pro user, you can become part of the beta program by filling a simple application form. Realme is inviting applications until December 3rd which is next Tuesday. An applicant must be an adult (18 years of age) and should have "provable" experience in OS beta testing. The team will be contacting all selected beta testers via email and will also publish a list on Realme Community on December 9th.

The application form specifically mentions that if you are selected for the program, you will have to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement). The program will be live for a period of 2 months which means you should be willing to receive beta updates for such a long time. Since the first ColorOS 7 beta will arrive on December 18th, you will be part of the program at least until February 18th, 2020.

Like most of the beta programs, there are only limited seats available for grabs. It is the reason if you are interested in becoming a Realme X2 Pro beta tester, you should act fast and submit the application form. It is also worth mentioning that beta builds are known to be less stable and you should proceed only if you are familiar with beta testing.

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