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Realme UI based on ColorOS 7 Supported Device List, Release Date, and Features

Oppo’s sub-brand Realme has gained a lot of attention and success in a year by releasing affordable smartphones with great specifications. With the help of Oppo, Realme devices are still running on ColorOS skin out-of-the-box based on Android. But things are gonna change this time, as Realme is on the verge of releasing its own customized UI based on ColorOS 7 (Android 10) for its devices. Yes, you heard it right! Realme UI or Realme’s own customized UI based on ColorOS 7 is going to release very soon.

As there are plenty of speculations surfaced earlier that Realme is working on its own customized skin for its devices that will close to stock Android UI. The speculation now becomes official. Realme has officially announced the new skin update on the Realme Community page. The details contain Realme UI (aka Realme OS) supported devices, release date, and some of the highlighted features that we have mentioned below.

Whereas, Oppo has launched ColorOS 7 based on Android 10 in India after the announcement in China. It comes with visible UI changes, improved system performance, and more. Oppo has also mentioned that the app opening time will be much faster than the previous generation’s ColorOS skin. Meanwhile, better RAM management, touch-response time while gaming, new animations, dark mode, Art+ wallpapers library, and more have been included in ColorOS 7.

Realme UI Supported Device List and Release Date

Though the Realme UI will officially arrive in some of the Realme devices at first in January 2020 (Q1), the ColorOS 7 Beta update will arrive in the eligible Realme X2 Pro, Realme XT, and Project X users very soon. However, the Realme X2 Pro and Realme XT devices will receive the first beta update than other Realme devices by the end of 2019.

Realme UI based on ColorOS 7 Supported Device List, Release Date, and Features

Let’s take a look at the official stable update timeline below:

  • Jan 2020 (Q1):
    • Realme 3 Pro
    • Realme XT
  • Feb 2020 (Q1):
    • Realme X
    • Realme 5 Pro
  • Mar 2020 (Q1):
    • Realme X2 Pro
  • Apr 2020 (Q2):
    • Realme 3
    • Realme 3i
  • May 2020 (Q2):
    • Realme 5
    • Realme 5s
  • Jun 2020 (Q2):
    • Realme 2 Pro
  • Q3 2020: (Not mentioned the exact month yet)
    • Realme C2 Pro

Realme UI Features

As you may have heard that Oppo has recently launched the ColorOS 7 update for its devices based on Android 10 in China. It brings all the native Android 10 features along with some additional customizations and improvements in the user interface, fonts, icons, and more.

The Realme UI will be based on ColorOS 7 with some of its own customizations and additional features. So, we can expect that the core features of ColorOS 7 will also be available on the Realme’s own customized UI. However, Realme has officially mentioned that the new skin will include the system-wide dark mode, camera improvements, better RAM management, new video & vlog feature, and more.

  • Enhanced software up-gradation and consistent user experience with improved security
  • Smoother gaming graphics
  • Better RAM management
  • Seamless video and vlog experience along with more customized options
  • Customizable app icons, shape & size and font change
  • Close to stock Android UI

We hope you have found this article informative. Till then stay tuned.

Source: Realme Community

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Ravis Sharma
Ravis Sharma
Ravis Sharma, a tech expert, simplifies complex Android topics, offering clear news coverage and user-friendly how-to guides.

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