Realme is on a launch spree and just yesterday it announced four new smartphones in two different events in two different countries, first is a whole new lineup of Narzo 20 smartphones announced in India while Realme unannounced the Realme C17 in Bangladesh which is also set to release globally in some time.
The Narzo 20 event was not just limited to smartphones, it also saw the unveiling of Realme’s second iteration of its own UI skin dubbed Realme UI which is now based on Android 11 and focuses on Creativity, Sociability, Productivity.
Under the Creativity, tag Realme has introduced new colors, five new themes where you can customize icons and fonts, an improved dark mode with three which now has three kinds of variants Enhanced, Medium, and Gentle which offers three different levels of darkness, updated Always-on display which now has five new themes along with some other customization options and also introduced the access to third party launchers.
Sociability focuses more over the social aspect of the UI as it suggests and Realme has made some changes here also like the Realme Share feature which allows you to share files between two devices connected over the same WiFi network and the Dual Mode Music Share which is basically Realme Share but for audio files.
Realme also announced a new feature dubbed as Subtitle Stitching that lets you share music lyrics as an image.
Keeping your privacy in mind, Realme has also announced few privacy-centric features which include the Private Space which lets you hide apps behind a passcode, the Invisible Door that feeds empty data to apps, pseudo Site Blocking, and Harassment Call Blocking.
Realme’s last focus was on the increasing productivity and the company has made some substantial changes in the Realme UI 2.0 to increase productivity and first of all the improvements is that now Realme smartphones have Digital Wellbeing. The floating window is just a fancy name for picture in picture mode and now your apps will start 23.63% faster and there will be a 32% increase in system speed.
Realme has not announced any timeline of Realme UI 2.0 but the company told that Realme X50 will be the first to get the new software skin. The early access for Realme UI 2.0 for X50 will open on September 24 with the open beta being available in late October so you can expect a stable build to release sometime in November end or at the beginning of December.
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