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Realme 6i, Next Upcoming Phones Would Not Feature Restricted Chinese Apps, Realme Claims
Realme 6i, Next Upcoming Phones Would Not Feature Restricted Chinese Apps, Realme Claims

"It is highly significant for Realme that your data protection is crucial and we never exchanged user data with any organization," Realme said in a statement.


Realme 6i and other future Realme cell phones won't come preloaded with an application that has been prohibited by the administration, the Chinese cell phone creator declared on Thursday. For the current telephones, Realme said that it was discharging over-the-air (OTA) refreshes in the coming days that would expel the concerning 'Tidy up Storage' include, which is fueled by China's Cheetah Mobile. The component depends on its Clean Master application that is among the 59 applications prohibited by the administration toward the end of last month.

Realme took to Twitter to share the new declaration. "Your information protection is critical for Realme and we have never imparted client information to any substance," the organization said in the letter routed to its fans and media. "Realme consistently agrees to the principles and guidelines of the locales where it works in and will be following the mandates given by the administration going ahead too." 




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The letter featured that the Realme 6i that is propelling in India on Friday won't have any pre-introduced applications from the restricted application list discharged by the legislature. The organization additionally said that its other future telephones would not have any of those applications. 



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Further, Realme referenced that it has furnished clients with the alternative to uninstall any of the preloaded applications from its cell phones. The organization prominently offered pre-introduced applications including Helo and UC Browser that are among the ones prohibited by the legislature.

Aside from the preloaded applications, one of the key worries on Realme telephones is around the Clean up Storage include that depends on Cheetah Mobile's Clean Master application, which is likewise in the rundown of restricted applications. The organization said that it would be evacuated through an OTA reports on the entirety of its current models by early August. The updates will likewise expel the prohibited applications, Realme affirmed to our teams. 





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Realme isn't the first cell phone brand in Quite a while to address security issues raised through the administration's transition to boycott Chinese applications. Poco, which is a sub-brand of Xiaomi, additionally as of late gave explanation on the restricted applications being pre-introduced on the recently propelled Poco M2 Pro. That brand likewise vowed to give a product update to fix client concerns. It is yet to reveal the update, however.


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