Madhav Sheth confirms realme UI 3.0 will bring Android 12 to your devices

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A few weeks ago, Realme announced that it will unveil a new version of its custom user interface, Realme UI, in October.

The new version will launch as Realme UI 3.0 and will bring new features to eligible devices. If you did not know already, Realme has now confirmed that the new UI will be based on Android 12 OS.

According to Madhav Sheth, the CEO of Realme India, Europe, and Latin America, Realme UI 3.0 will be based on Android 12. The CEO posted a tweet with respect to this


However, there is no specific date as to when it will be unveiled.

The stable version of Android 12 is yet to be announced but there are speculations that it may be released as early as today.

Following the announcement, manufacturers are expected to announce which of their phones will get the OS upgrade.

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Most manufacturers usually announce a new version of their UI when there is a new version of Android, so it is no surprise that Realme is doing the same with Realme UI 3.0 as Android 12 arrives.

We can expect a release date for the Realme UI 3.0 soon as well as the details of the devices that will receive the update.

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