Realme UI has been in the news for a while now, it was teased earlier, a few leaks were outed and now finally the company has officially introduced the UI. The new Realme UI is based on Android 10 and has custom look to it claiming it to be similar to stock Android.
Everything You Need To Know About The ‘Realme UI’
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has finally created its own custom skin for its devices. Though it is a tweaked version of ColorOS 7, it is claimed to be minimal and feature-rich.
The all-new User interface comes with a plethora of features so much as it seems to be competing with its competitor MIUI. There’s the fresh minimal icons, dark mode, and some new Realme applications.
Introducing #realmeUI with a completely new home-screen arrangement, icon styles & notification centre design. The bright, dynamic design and features in the new realme UI allow for a smooth and enhanced user experience, like never before.
Stay tuned to know more. pic.twitter.com/hqbcx5tlKo
— realme (@realmemobiles) January 13, 2020
Some of the other features of the UI are smart gestures, in-built video editor, and the focus mode. It also comes with the Quantum animation engine that allows the overall phone animations to look much more smoother.
Now users can also customize the app layout, the apps can be tweaked however the user wants. There are also the new wallpapers that are specially designed to look stunning on Realme devices.
The Realme UI also comes with a privacy protection feature named as Personal Information Protection that protects users’ personal information from any third party.
The UI also comes with a Polar night mode in the native camera that lets users click noise-free bright images in the dark environment. To make the UI even more feature-rich, the company has also provided Breeno Voice which is a personal assistant similar to Google Assistant and Bixby. Users can perform multiple tasks using it such as calling, simple voice calculations, setting up an alarm or reminder, etc.
Supported Device And Roll-out Details
The following are some of the supported devices.
- Realme X50 5G
- Realme X2 Pro & Realme X2
- Realme XT and Realme X
- Realme 5 Pro & Realme 5
- Realme 5s and Realme 5i
- Realme 3 Pro & Realme 2 Pro
- Realme 3 and Realme 3i
- Realme C2
All the devices will get the UI based on Android 10 so this is also an official list of devices getting Android 10.