Realme 6i and different future Realme smartphones is not going to come preloaded with an app that has been banned by the federal government, the Chinese smartphone maker introduced on Thursday. For the present telephones, Realme mentioned that it was releasing over-the-air (OTA) updates within the coming days that will take away the regarding ‘Clean up Storage’ characteristic, which is powered by China’s Cheetah Mobile. The characteristic is predicated on its Clean Master app that’s amongst the 59 apps banned by the federal government late final month.
Realme took to Twitter to share the brand new announcement. “Your information privateness is extraordinarily necessary for Realme and now we have by no means shared person information with any entity,” the corporate mentioned within the letter addressed to its followers and media. “Realme always complies with the rules and regulations of the jurisdictions where it operates in and will be following the directives given by the government going forward as well.”
The letter highlighted that the Realme 6i that’s launching in India on Friday is not going to have any pre-installed apps from the banned app list launched by the federal government. The firm additionally mentioned that its different future telephones wouldn’t have any of these apps.
Further, Realme talked about that it has offered customers with the choice to uninstall any of the preloaded apps from its smartphones. The firm notably provided pre-installed apps together with Helo and UC Browser which are amongst those banned by the federal government.
Apart from the preloaded apps, one of many key considerations on Realme telephones is across the Clean up Storage characteristic that’s based mostly on Cheetah Mobile’s Clean Master app, which can also be within the checklist of banned apps. The firm mentioned that it will be eliminated by way of an OTA updates on all its current fashions by early August. It is, nevertheless, unclear whether or not these updates would additionally take away the banned apps.
Realme is not the primary smartphone model in India to handle safety points raised by way of the federal government’s transfer to ban Chinese apps. Poco, which is a sub-brand of Xiaomi, additionally not too long ago provided clarification on the banned apps being pre-installed on the newly launched Poco M2 Pro. That model additionally promised to supply a software program replace to repair person considerations. It is but to roll out the replace, although.
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