With the official release of Android 11 by Google, dozens of smartphone makers have begun offering new updates to the developer version of selected devices. Realme is one of them and has started rolling out the Realme UI based on Android 11 Developer Preview for Realme X50 Pro.
Additionally, Realme India chief Madhav Sheth also pointed to the arrival of the Realme UI 2.0 which will be based on Android 11. In hindsight, this should be very similar to the new ColorOS 11 introduced by the sister of Rem brand OPPO recently. Sheth’s shared photo includes a Realme smartphone with a ‘About phone’ section that opens with a clear display of Realme UI 2.0.
Realme Ui 2.0 with cool Features of Android 11
We weren’t able to get our hands on the updates, but like the various editions, the new Realme UI 2.0 brings a host of new features including three black mode options, as well as wallpaper and thumbnail packaging. Speaking of which, the UI will now support external token packages. There are also automatic lighting adjustments to provide a better viewing experience and users will be able to adjust the default contrast with ambient light. Other notable updates include Custom Do Not Disturb mode, ‘Optimized Night Charging’ mode, new weather graphics, folders integration, app cabinet filters, new ‘System Cloner’ and other great camera and gallery apps.
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