Realme UI 2.0 confirmed to launch with a new smartphone in October

During the launch of the Realme Narzo 20 series smartphones in India, the company had unveiled the Realme UI 2.0, which is a tweaked version of the OPPO ColorOS 11. Now, we have got more information about the custom user interface. Xu Qi, President of Global Marketing at Realme, has […]

During the launch of the Realme Narzo 20 series smartphones in India, the company had unveiled the Realme UI 2.0, which is a tweaked version of the OPPO ColorOS 11. Now, we have got more information about the custom user interface.

Xu Qi, President of Global Marketing at Realme, has now shared a new poster on Weibo, confirming that the Realme 2.0 will launch in October this year. The company says that the new UI aims to offer a seamless and smooth play experience.

Realme UI 2.0 Launch October

It has also been confirmed that the company will launch a new smartphone next month along with the new Realme UI 2.0. Realme seems all prepared for this given that the company says that it has enough stock to meet th demand. While not yet confirmed, rumors indicate that a Realme Q series smartphone could get launched.

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As for the Realme UI 2.0, along with offering new features and functions, the user interface is also focused on improving the security aspects as well as offering more features related to creative customizations to users.

Realme has opened registrations for early adopters of this new interface but it is currently limited to users of Realme X50 Pro 5G smartphone in China. The company will choose a few participants from all the applicants to test the upcoming Realme UI 2.0.

The company has said that “Early Access” (closed beta) for the Realme X50 Pro 5G will be available starting September 24, followed by “Open Beta” in October-end and “Stable Release” by the end of November.

 

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