Realme is slowly rolling up the Realme UI, the system interface it has developed for its phones. The update, which has been announced separately for the models, is now coming for the Realme X model.
Realme, a smartphone manufacturer that recently started operating in our country, recently introduced a special smartphone interface called Realme UI. Work has also begun to make the use of the interface running on the Android 10-based ColorOS 7 operating system.
The Realme X2 recently received a beta version of the company’s new interface, the Realme UI. With a rapid development, the Realme X will now have the latest version of the company’s exclusive interface.
The update that will bring Realme UI to Realme phones will be released:
The new software, RMX1901_11_C.02, in beta, will currently only be available on Realme X phones in China. The consistently developing interface will be available for Chinese devices next month, but users who can’t wait for the full release are free to access the beta version of the interface.
The Realme 3 Pro, also known as the Realme X Lite, will have a new interface within the next month. Realme 5 Pro, also known as Realme Q, will be able to access this update by a margin of 1 month in March. Finally, in April, the Realme X2 and Realme X2 Pro models will have access to this specially developed phone interface.
When will Realme UI be available worldwide?
These release times for interface updates apply only to Chinese devices, but the release dates specified in the image above show the dates the update will be available for devices worldwide. According to the image, interface updates will start to appear worldwide later this month, and the first phones to benefit from these updates will be the Realme 3 Pro and Realme XT models.