realme UI 3.0 now available, here is the list of realme phones eligible for the Android 12 update
Today, the latest realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12 is officially released globally as we speak. Many realme smartphones are qualified for the new software update but at a later date according to realme's roadmap. The first phone to receive it is the realme GT this month and you can view the roadmap at the bottom of the page.
While we haven't experienced realme UI 3.0 yet, we know that there are some minor changes for the app icons to look more "3D". The layout also has a spatial sense throughout to lower information density, as well as enhancing the title size, symbols and text contrast. Perhaps even more important is the personalisation which users can customise icons, backgrounds fonts and other features via the global theme colour function.
Meanwhile, realme UI 3.0 also launched an Always-On-Display which is also customisable with the company's realmeow or your own personalised style. There are some new dynamic wallpapers for selected devices, as well as new Omojis. AI Smooth Engine is added in realme UI 3.0 to reduce the power consumption which decreases memory usage by 30%, improves overall app launching performance by 10%, and increases battery life by 12%.
Finally, realme UI 3.0 also updates its privacy functions and even has a new subtitle stitching feature that allows you to share your favourite pictures or videos privately. As for realme's roadmap, below is the official table list of which phones will be getting the update in the future.
|Estimate date||Qualified realme phones for realme UI 3.0|
|October 2021||realme GT|
|December 2021||realme X7 Max, realme GT Master Edition, realme 8 Pro, realme GT Neo2 5G|
|Q1 2022||realme X50 Pro 5G, realme 7 Pro, realme X7 Pro, realme 8 4G, realme Narzo 30, realme C25, realme C25s, realme narzo 50A, realme 8i|
|Q2 2022||realme X7, realme X3, realme X3 SuperZoom, realme 8 5G, realme 8s, realme 7 5G, realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G, realme Narzo 30 5G|
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