Just a few days ago, Google introduced Android 11 for its Pixel smartphones. Immediately, the manufacturers began to present the latest versions of their superstructures.
The first was Huawei with its EMUI 11, we have already heard about Samsung and One UI 3.0, earlier Xiaomi – MIUI 12 introduced its superstructure and now we learn about Realme and its Realme UI 2.0. The show will take place on September 21 in India, GizmoChina recalls.
Realme UI 2.0 is actually a modified ColorOS 11
As Realme is a subsidiary of Oppo, its superstructure is actually taken over from the more experienced parent superstructure ColorOS. The first version of the Realme UI extension was derived from ColorOS 7.
ColorOS has introduced the following features, so it is likely that most (if not all) of them will also be included in the upcoming Realme UI 2.0 extension.
ColorOS will now support advanced Always On Display adjustments in version 11, similar to MIUI 12 or EMUI 11. Unlike the two platforms mentioned, ColorOS allows users to choose their own color style to carry across the superstructure (similar to OxygenOS 11 on OnePlus devices).
It will also contain some form of artificial intelligence, which will be adapted to the user’s style and will thus generate color wallpapers, ringtones, and other elements based on the user’s style.
ColorOS also offers three black theme setting modes. They are called Enhanced, Medium, and Fine. You’ll also find options like Auto Contrast, Fit Backgrounds to Black Theme, Fit Icons to Black Theme, Black Theme Timer, and support for third-party applications that don’t yet have a dark mode.
Oppo last year brought more than 30 artistic wallpapers. This year he teamed up with Beauty of Science to bring beautiful scientific backgrounds, such as microscopic, macro, and time-lapse images.
Oppo Relax 2.0
It allows users to relax with ASMR sounds, rain sounds, city bustle, and more. You can also select specific cities whose sound you want to hear (Bangkok, Tokyo, or Reykjavik).
You may recognize a three-finger gesture that takes a screenshot. Oppo took this gesture to new heights by offering partial screenshots. To do this, hold three fingers on the screen.
In addition, ColorOS 11 allows you to instantly translate the contents of the screenshot. For this feature, Oppo has teamed up with Google and uses its Google Lens system.
FlexDrop is the answer to the multitasking possibilities found in MIUI 12 or EMUI 11, for example. The function allows you to reduce the application window to your desired size and use two at a time next to each other.
This feature allows you to make a private and secure copy of your system and lock it with a fingerprint or password. Applications are independent of each other between systems. When creating, you choose the applications that you want to transfer to the new system and they will be transferred to you. If you forget some, you can install them later.
Interestingly, however, notifications are linked between systems. We have no idea how this will work in practice, even if you receive notifications from an application that is in another system.
Realme UI 2.0 will bring performance improvements
Oppo has introduced UI First 2.0 to improve fluidity and lighten the system on high refresh rate devices. The result is better RAM utilization by 45%, response speed increased by 42%, and image stability increased by 17%.
The superstructure also contains artificial intelligence, which preloads the applications that the user uses most often. However, for proper functioning, it learns the behavior of its owner for a while. Similarly, the SuperTouch function works, which learns various scenarios when the user clicks and adjusts the reaction speed of the touch accordingly.
There’s also the HyperBoost 3.0 feature, which allows you to intelligently allocate CPU power, reducing battery consumption by as much as 12%.
Features that improve battery life
Super power-saving mode allows you to reduce battery consumption to a minimum. However, when it is turned on, you can only use 6 applications of your choice. Oppo mentions that if you have 5% of the battery, in this mode it will be enough for 90 minutes of writing messages on WhatsApp.
Battery Guard learns the user’s charging behavior and adjusts charging accordingly to maintain the best possible battery health. If you charge your phone overnight, charging will stop at 80% and will not continue until the morning if you move your phone.
This was an overview of the changes that ColorOS 11 will bring, we have no idea that Realme UI 2.0 will bring. However, a beta version is already available for the Realme X50 Pro flagship.
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