Realme: Dark theme and other features coming to improve ColorOS


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Realme is a new sub-brand of Oppo made its debut about a year ago and the company has proved to want to offer good software support to its customers, giving way to the distribution of various software updates such as the one that, in addition to the June patches, introduced the slo-mo mode at 240fps to the Realme 3 Pro.

This support will continue in the future, as the company’s managing director, Madhav Sheth, made sure to highlight in a recent official video interview.

In summary, the manager confirmed some of the future changes and upcoming improvements of the Realme smartphone proprietary interface.

  • Dark mode in ColorOS 6: the system-wide dark mode will arrive in ColorOS 6 soon. The feature was introduced in Android Q beta. While Realme 3 Pro has been a part of the Android Q beta program and is likely to get a stable update soon after its release.
  • Internal sound input in screen recording: Internal audio input during screen recording alongside support for mic audio. The feature should be rolled out to all Realme devices as part of OTAs in the future.
  • Updated Camera UI: Just like the Realme 3 Pro, older smartphones will also receive an updated Camera UI with the coming updates. The camera watermark will also receive support for timestamps and the feature will come to all smartphones in Q3 2019.
  • New fonts with Theme Store: With the recently added Theme Store, users will soon be able to customize the system-wide fonts on their devices. This will augment their ability to change the wallpaper and the icon pack in ColorOS 6.
  • Improved battery stats: Realme will be improving the battery reporting in ColorOS 6. This included the additional ability to track SOT (screen-on time) in ColorOS.
  • VOOC chargers sold separately: Realme will soon start selling chargers with VOOC fast charging support separately. Currently, these chargers are only available within the box of certain devices including the Realme 3 Pro.

To the aforementioned software features is added a small detail related to accessories: soon Realme will start to sell separately the VOOC fast-charging charger, currently included in the standard equipment of some models, starting from Realme 3 Pro.

Reading Realme’s commitment to software is undoubtedly encouraging in light of the future moves that the company is about to take.

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