Realme has already prepared an update for its GUI. As expected, the new Realme UI 2.0 contains many updates based on the official changes in Android 11.
The new features do not make drastic changes to the Realme user interface, they are more intended to improve the interaction with the smartphone. Thanks to FoneArena we can look at an early build of Realme UI 2.0 on the Realme X50 Pro.
Realme UI 2.0: these are the new features and improvements
One of the most notable improvements is the tweaked Dark Mode, which now comes in three different styles: Enhanced, Medium, and Low, each with settings for wallpaper and icon packs. Realme’s interface jointly with Android 11 can also automatically adjust display contrast based on ambient lighting.
Realme UI 2.0 will support third-party icon sets. Realme also says that the new firmware will optimize auto-brightness. The Do Not Disturb mode has also been optimized so that it can now be scheduled according to individual needs. Realme has also added an “Optimized Charging at Night” mode, which will use an artificial intelligence algorithm to optimize charging speed and extend battery life.
The Realme UI 2.0 changelog also mentions the addition of a new weather app animation. In terms of organizing apps, Realme’s user interface will now allow you to combine folders. A new system cloning feature has also been added, with which you can create a clone of the system and use different fingerprints to log into different clones. The overall security of the system has also been improved.
The camera app has new shortcuts for instant photo editing and social sharing. The camera has also inertial zoom and lens spot detection.
And that’s not all the improvements. With these updates, the company hopes to attract more potential buyers. We do not know when the update will reach the stable version, but, according to rumors, it will not be long. Maybe just a couple of weeks.
Realme has more than 45 Million users Worldwide
Realme was introduced as an Oppo sub-brand in May 2018, however, the company’s growth was unprecedented forcing the BBK group to launch Realme as a separate brand. Oppo and Realme still share resources and even the company’s software-based on Oppo’s ColorOS. However, the newer company is giving important steps every month to consolidate its presence as an independent company. Back in July this year, Realme announced some impressive numbers including the number of global users – 40 million. Five weeks and a half have passed since then, and recently, the company has 45 million users worldwide.