Realme UI 3.0 was unveiled on Wednesday alongside the launch of the Realme GT Neo 2 in India. The Chinese company’s new custom skin is based on Google’s Android 12 and aims to give Realme smartphone users a “whole new experience”. As the successor to last year’s Realme UI 2.0, Realme UI 3.0 offers brand new icons and an interface called Fluid Space Design. The proprietary interface is said to give users a sense of space and provide a list of personalization features that work not only with icons or backgrounds, but also fonts and other UI elements.
Realme UI 3.0 Roadmap
At the launch event, Realme announced that Realme UI 3.0 will be available to users in December. However, it will go into Early Access for Realme GT users later this month and will gradually reach Realme X7 Max, Realme GT Master Edition, Realme 8 Pro and the recently released Realme GT Neo 2 starting in December. The new interface will also be available for Realme X50 Pro, Realme 7 Pro, Realme X7 Pro, Realme 8, Realme Narzo 30, Realme C25, Realme C25s, Realme Narzo 50A and Realme 8i in Q1 2022. The update will launch for Realme X7, Realme X3, Realme X3 SuperZoom, Realme 8 5G, Realme 8s, Realme 7 5G, Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G and Realme Narzo 30 5G in the second quarter of next year.
Realme UI 3.0 features
One of the latest features that Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 brings to Realme phones is a fluid space design that offers 3D icons with a lot of weight on their outlines and color projection to resemble their primary colors and bring a 3D image. Watch. The company said that the new interface will have a wider range of colors compared to Realme UI 2.0.
Realme has also developed a new layout interface that gives a sense of space by reducing information density and expanding white space. Elements such as title size, characters and text contrast have also been improved to highlight important information.
Like other custom skins, Realme UI 3.0 offers a range of customized features. You can customize the icons, background and fonts as you like. There is also a new global theme color setting allowing you to choose your color preferences that will be available throughout the interface.
Realme UI 3.0 also improves persistent display (AOD) capabilities. It allows you to upload your own photo, which will be visible on the lock screen – when the phone is in idle mode. The company also unveiled its Realmeow mascot for AOD to improve its brand on Realme phones and provide more design options for the lock screen. In addition, there are omoji like ghosts, food, and items that can be used for account IDs or directly in AOD.
To improve overall performance over Realme UI 2.0, Realme UI 3.0 supports AI Smooth Engine, which uses software algorithms to improve smoothness and reduce power consumption. Realme said the proprietary changes help reduce memory consumption by 30 percent, increase app launch speeds by 13 percent, and increase battery life by 12 percent.
Realme UI 3.0 also includes the AI Animation Engine, which claims to help optimize animation effects and provide smoother gesture input. In addition, there is Floating Window 2.0 to improve multitasking and allow users to control floating windows as they see fit. The company said that the new addition is intended to make floating windows even more practical and convenient in various use cases.
Along with new changes at the interface level, Realme UI 3.0 contains a list of new privacy features. One of them is Private Pic Share, which helps to hide image information such as time stamp, camera models and settings when shared with other users. There is also rough location sharing, similar to iOS, to prevent apps from accessing accurate location data.
Realme UI 3.0 also includes an updated app permission entry that provides graphical representations of the privacy permissions required and provided by various apps. In addition, there are pre-loaded features to enable payment security, app blocking, harassing call blocking, and hide apps.