Realme 9 Pro+ was one of the most famous midrange smartphones of the company. The device was mainly in the talks because of its good primary camera and an ugly-looking chin on the front display. The beta testing for the smartphone went live a few weeks back and now finally the stable update for the Android 13-based RealmeUI 4.0 has started rolling out to the device. The newly revamped RealmeUI 4.0 skin brings many new features and optimization to the device.
According to the information, the latest RealmeUI 4.0 stable update for the device comes with the build number RMX3392_11_C.05. The update weighs around whipping 5.33GBs in size. The update is currently rolling out in a staged rollout manner and will be available to the broader public in the upcoming days. The enrolled beta users are first getting the update followed by the stable users. You can check for the update by going to Settings >> About Phone >> Check for updates.
If you have not received the update yet then we suggest you hold on for a few more days and you may receive the OTA update soon. Additionally, the brand may release an updated package soon. So if you want to manually update the smartphone, you will be able to do it using the package.
When it comes to functionality, RealmeUI 4.0 makes significant changes to the entire user interface. It adds a completely redesigned notification panel, a modernised animation engine, and an enhanced haptic experience. Additional new features include customizable Omojis, new fingerprint animations, Spotify music control on the AOD screen, and a host of others. In an effort to improve user experience, the brand has worked to further refine the UI.