Realme UI Unveiled: Launch Timeline, Top Features, Supported Smartphones [RealmeOS Update]
Realme UI has finally been unveiled with Realme X50, and soon it will be available with other Realme smartphones. The beta version of Realme UI is already available for the recently launched Realme X2, and the final upgrade will soon be rolled out as well.
Currently the fastest growing smartphone brand in India, Realme will break away from Oppo’s ColorOS ecosystem.
Though, the new Realme UI is a launcher version of ColorOS 7 based on Android 10, and not a separated new UI.
After starting out as a sub-brand under Oppo, Realme quickly separated itself to work as an independent brand. But, the ColorOS stayed with Realme phones and devices.
Finally, Realme will break away from Oppo and the ColorOS with its own UI, RealmeOS, but for now, it will remain as an extended launcher. The company has been working on its UI for sometime now, and fans have been waiting for it since they arrived in the limelight.
RealmeUI Launch Timeline: To Come In Early 2020?
Realme X50 has been unveiled with Realme UI, and it’s the first Realme smartphone to run the latest RealmeOS. The beta version of Realme UI is already available for the recently launched Realme X2, and the final upgrade will soon be rolled out as well.
While Oppo already released ColorOS 7, some Realme devices will be getting the update straight away starting with the just-launched Realme X2 Pro.
But according to some reports, the separated RealmeOS might arrive later. For now, it will remain as a launcher.
RealmeUI aims to offer more stock experience with limited bloatware and maximum usability. Many say it might be taking a lot of inspiration from OxygenOS by OnePlus, the most sought-after customised UI based on Android.
Realm UI & ColorOS 7: All To Remain Same?
As Realme continues to operate independently as a separate brand and not under the ex-parent company, Realme still uses Oppo’s ecosystem to power its devices leveraging its resources. But repeatedly users have complained about the UI by Oppo.
ColorOS has been dubbed to be highly customised, and the heavy skin hampers the user experience.
Realme in response said that they are working on their own UI, and it should be ready by the second half of 2020. The Realme UI launcher is based on ColorOS 7 built on Android 10. The other Realme smartphones will soon be able to run the latest UI by the company, RealmeOS.
Realme UI India Launch Date: To Support All Realme Smartphones?
Yes, all the Realme smartphones will get the latest RealmeOS support via OTA. From the first ever Realme device, Realme 1 to the current set of smartphones, every Realme device was earlier said to be shifted to the Realme ecosystem once launched.
Though, multiple smartphones may not be able to run Realme UI given the Android 10 incompatibility. Realme UI will be rolled out in different phases, with the latest smartphones getting the early updates.
Realme UI Features: To Run On Android 10, Realme UI Android 10
Currently Realme will be releasing the latest ColorOS 7 for Realme smartphones. Realme has already released the roadmap for Realme smartphones which will receive the ColorOS 7. The latest UI by Oppo is based on Android 10.
Similarly the RealmeUI is based on ColorOS 7 with the current Android version.
The future version of Realme UI is expected to feature a more stock Android experience with much less bloatware. It will have dedicated gaming mode to offer smoother gaming performance, better RAM management and seamless user experience with additional user-friendly features.
Color UI Launch Timeline For Realme Smartphones: All Realme Smartphones To Get Realme UI?
The Realme smartphones will receive the ColorOS 7, and some devices will get the Realme UI launcher. It will be rolled out for Realme 3 Pro and Realme XT starting January. Realme X and Realme 5 Pro will receive the update in February.
Realme X2 Pro will get the update in March. Seven more Realme phones will receive the update in the second half of 2020.
Realme X50 is the first Realme smartphone to come with the much-awaited RealmeOS UI. It’s a subtly redesigned launcher based on ColorOS 7, based on Android 10.
The new UI comes loaded with features and bloatware, and delivers a clean performance as any other non-stock device. The Realme UI skin will see some changes and upgrades in the future, with an expected separate full version.