Realme’s homebrewed realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12 was rolled out a couple of months back, and since then, it has been earning a lot of response from its users outwardly, both positive and negative. The company initially announced the device eligible to fill the UI in it. Lately, it has been restructured, and the company has started to roll out it to a new chunk of devices on a monthly basis. Two new smartphones are bidding their time to snatch the colorful new UI on that list.
The official Twitter handle of Realme posted lately that it has been rolling out realme UI 3.0 to realme Narzo 30 and Realme 8. Realme has just begun to roll out a new beta update to its Realme 8 and Realme Narzo 30 smartphones in India.
The company has unveiled on Twitter that Realme 8 and Realme Narzo 30 machines are now eligible to get their name sculpted with realme UI 3.0 Open Beta update in the country. Users can register for the beta update by going to Settings > Software Update > simply click the icon placed on the top right corner > Trial Version > Submit your details > and tap the Apply Now button.
Realme UI 3.0 Features:
Realme is passable with software and hardware front. Yet, the processor packed inside the machine under the Realme banner would be surmounting if it had not been for the affordable pricing segment. The same goes for the realme UI 3.0, which brought out a plethora of new troops into the swarming tech industry. The UI brought out a new design structure. It has added a lot of new icons that arrive with a dedicated 3D icon outlook. Markedly, the UI 3.0 highlights a new range of colors in it. Further to the title, proportions, symbols, and text have been improved acutely to offer an enchanting visual experience to users.
Perhaps, the following features from the unblemished UI 3.0 have lured out users not to get off their attention from it. The feature dubbed Sketchpad AOD, as you could easily discern, would indisputably convert your amazing portrait wallpaper into artistic AOD aesthetics. It also added a Realme Mascot to the Always-On Display.
Undoubtedly, everyone would love to discover the animated version of themselves. Still, only a few of them opted to snatch it from the dexterity of technology, as it goes online with the realme UI 3.0, a new feature dubbed Emoji has been brought out by the company that lets users create a 3D avatar of their face with default hairstyle headwear, makeup, and more.
AI Smooth Engine
The latest UI 3.0 is also brimmed with a new AI smooth engine. It would help the app to sprint up a bit faster, precisely 13 percent when juxtaposed with previous stunts, and also enhances battery life by 12 percent.