Realme will likely be launching a brand new smartphone subsequent month that may include the recently-unveiled Realme UI 2.0, revealed the corporate’s vp, Xu Qi Chase, on Chinese language social networking platform Weibo. Android 11-based Realme UI 2.Zero was unveiled by Realme earlier this week and boasts of options reminiscent of Twin Mode Music Share, customisable notification bar colors, and a number of darkish modes.
The Realme VP announced on Weibo that an Android 11-based Realme UI 2.Zero smartphone will likely be launched subsequent month. The manager shared no different particulars concerning the upcoming Realme cellphone.
Realme unveiled the Android 11-based Realme UI 2.Zero earlier this week. The replace consists of options that allow digital wellbeing, improve productiveness, and improve creativity.
Realme UI 2.Zero additionally consists of Android 11 options reminiscent of Bubble notifications assist, redesigned media controls, an output switcher for media, and so forth. Realme UI 2.Zero has the Deep Sea Privateness Plan that has options to make sure that the consumer’s information and knowledge are secure and safe.
Based on Realme, the secure model of Realme UI 2.Zero will roll out to Realme X50 Professional in November. The smartphone already had a preview model of Realme UI 2.0, and a closed beta model has been launched to the cellphone as effectively. It’s going to obtain the open beta model subsequent month.
The Realme VP had additionally posted an image of an unidentified smartphone earlier this week which will include an under-display digital camera. Realme is not the primary firm exploring under-display digital camera expertise. ZTE Axon 20 5G that was launched earlier this month, sports activities an under-display digital camera and claims to be the “world’s first smartphone with an under-display digital camera.”
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