Just like Narzo, Realme is committed to keeping your phone for longer!
After Narzo’s announcement, its parent company, Realme, also announced major software upgrades for its Realme 10 line, allowing the phones to be more practical for their already attractive price. Software upgrades turn phones into an investment that many casual users could keep for longer periods.
Previously, Realme followed only the mandated 2 years of updates for its entry-level and midrange handsets. Now it’s actually close to flagship levels. Its parent company, Oppo, as well as sister company OnePlus, are committing to four years of security updates for flagship handsets. That’s only one year apart.
Other brands like Samsung and Nokia are also very consistent lately with their handsets, even with their budget and midrange lineups.
We’re hoping more brands would follow suit as updates keep phones fresh and safe from malware attacks.