The latest superstructure of a Chinese manufacturer, Realme UI 2.0, was officially introduced at the same time as the introduction of the new Realme Narzo 20 smartphones in India. It is practically an improved version of the ColorOS 11 superstructure used by Oppo devices.
Realme UI 2.0 will bring higher security
Thanks to Xu Qi, Realm's marketing director, we know that the superstructure will arrive as early as October this year. He informed about it on the Chinese social network Weibo. The company is most proud that the new superstructure will offer users consistency, simplicity and fluidity.
Among other interesting innovations, a new environment is proposed with maximum emphasis on safety. After all, safety is very important in today's world. Features will be added to allow the user to choose their own privacy settings. It is also worth mentioning that the new superstructure will run on the latest Android 11which was introduced only recently.
A new smartphone will also come
But that's not all. The manufacturer is preparing another surprise - a new smartphone, probably from the new Realme Q series. The expected parameters are still unknown, but the novelty will probably run on the new Android 11 with the new Realme UI 2.0 superstructure.
Owners of the model will be able to try out the new superstructure first Realme X50 Pro. Unfortunately, only in China so far. From those who sign up, the company will choose a few who will receive a real update and will be able to test the new system among the first.
Full version in November, open beta in October
This first beta version should be available to Chinese owners of the Realme X50 Pro as early as September 24. The Realme 7 Pro model and the new Indian Realme Narzo 20, which will be updated in November, should be continued. You can see all the other announced smartphones on the roadmap below.
However, these dates indicate the release of the Beta version of the system, and the final stable version of Realme UI 2.0 will be based on the Android 11 operating system, which has not yet been released. We can expect some older models to appear on the equipment list in the third quarter of 2021.
The mentioned Realme X50 Pro could get an update to the new Android 11 this year, but so far it's all just speculation. Are you looking forward to a new superstructure from a Chinese manufacturer? Write us in the comments what you like best about it.