Realme UI 3.0 Based on Android 12 Unveiled : Enhanced Customisations

Realme today announced Realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12, which brings users new in-display fingerprint scanner, better navigation interface, and it comes out of the box.

Realme’s UI design seems to keep to the real upgrade of the updated Android 12 OS, and the company is continuing to make its apps noticeably better. Users will also enjoy a new curved display panel as well as newer icons.

The version of Android 12 comes with faster performance while also offering better visual content in the display.

Moreover, Realme users will be given the much-needed gesture detection tools to navigate the device and enjoy a fluid experience.

 Further, it has also unveiled an app launcher-themed home screen as the first experience on Realme smartphone.

The new Realme UI brings a smooth experience, as well as enhanced customisations.

The menu-based boot-up option will give users the option to customise the device based on the information they want to perform. The interface looks identical to the Google Assistant-based launcher on Xiaomi’s devices, which looks good.

It also enhances some of the user interfaces. Realme UI 3.0 still has a 2.4-inch screen, but it has curved display panel, thanks to the larger display surface on the realme Realme A41.

Additionally, the smartphone comes with an 8.75-inch AMOLED display panel, which is a huge jump from the 6.55-inch panel found on the existing variant of the Realme Realme A41.

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The displays on the Realme A41 will now be quite slim and refreshing the timeline tiles, provided the setup on Realme devices are a good as Qualcomm chipsets.

With the Snapdragon 750G based Realme Apex 5 Pro, Realme user will be able to get more smooth touch in portrait mode in the Android 12 supported region (Android and Xiaomi MIUI 12), than the previous Realme devices.

Further, the camera is just a few pixels away from the more powerful image processor. The introduction of Touch ID fingerprint scanner in the devices will make a huge difference.

The Realme AE sensor will allow users to unlock the device by simply placing the sensors within about 9cm (3.4-inch) away from the back of the device. The reading of the fingerprint will also be faster as the sensors will be less dilation prone. Further, the AI feature brings around improved surface control, which enables users to touch the Realme Realme A41 easily.

The last mentioned addition of the library of “quick scenes” app will definitely add an extraordinary user experience.

The placement of the app menu adds a familiar layout that one will encounter on a realme phone.

Moreover, there is now a black-and-white option to reduce the dark environment in the Realme phones.

“We have a rich feature library to make it much easier for our users to personalise their experiences. Most of our customisations will come down to a classic navigation which we saw on our previous products and this new display panel is just a few pixels away from an 8.75-inch AMOLED panel”, said Realme’s official Twitter handle.

“Ultimately, the user choice will be the most important part. With that in mind, we will give a lot of attention to user-thrive UI, as well as our great screen quality and screen material design.”

The Realme Apex 5 Pro is expected to launch in India soon. The company has confirmed that the smartphone will come with the Android 12 in-display fingerprint scanner in all regions. The launch is not possible as of now.

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