Realme has proven to pursue the goal of constantly updating its smartphones but often with the introduction of new features something goes wrong. Here are some reports related to the performing Realme 6 Pro, which just following an update began to show software problems.
In particular, something has compromised the Widevine certification, which seems to be demoted to a lower level, thus eliminating the support for streaming HD content.
Widevine certification "goes back" on Realme 6 Pro
To make use of Widevine DRM encryption we find platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Sky, so a level 1 is what makes the msartphone reproduce the contents at the maximum resolution while generally the level 3 limits the quality to 480p.
And level 3 is right now to head as Widevine certification on Realme 6 Pro, thus distorting the multimedia experience for many users, who complain about the possibility of viewing HD streaming content on the platforms listed above. The strange thing is that someone still boasts Widevine's level 1 while others have moved on to level 3. An inexplicable situation to which Realme will have to give if not an explanation, certainly a solution, which will certainly happen with a future update.