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Realme UI 3.0 (Android 12): All You Need to Know, Supported Device and Release Date

At Google I/O 2021, Google released the first beta build of Android 12 to the public with an all-new Material You UI design, which is highly customizable and brings a completely revamped UI. With this new version, Google has focused on privacy, design, widgets, and more.

Realme brand is one of the active OEMs to do so in the past couple of years. So, if you’re a Realme fan, then you can save this page to keep a tab on the information on Realme 3.0, which is based on Android 12.

Realme has done a great job by releasing the Android 11 update via Realme UI 2.0 skin to its eligible devices from the beta version to the stable version. Android 12 is expected to bring so many features and many improvements that are mostly present in the initial public beta. However, we’ll have to wait further until Google announces it officially.

Similar to the last year, we’re expecting that Realme will be one of the first OEMs to push the Android 12 update with its Realme UI 3.0 skin for its flagship or most eligible devices respectively. The brand will gradually start pushing the same update to the rest of the Android 11 running eligible models.

What is Realme UI 3.0?

Realme UI 3.0: All You Need to Know | Supported Device, Features, Release Date, and More

Realme UI 3.0 is the upgraded or next-gen skin that’ll be based on Android 12 OS. Except for Google Pixel devices, almost every Android smartphone OEMs provide their own customized skin with enhanced user interface, icons, themes, pre-installed applications, some other useful features, etc.

Realme brand is one of them inspired by ColorOS because it’s a segment of the Oppo brand. Currently, Realme is developing and pushing it’s own designed or implemented near stock-like skin experience to its devices which is a good move for all. The system’s user experience, visual elements, icons, notifications, app loading, game mode, etc becomes smoother than before.

Read Also: Top New Features of Android 12

Realme UI 3.0 Release Date

Most of the Realme handset users are currently using the official Android 11 OS on top of Realme UI 2.0 skin. Once Google releases the Android 12 stable update for all in Q4 2021 (September), other OEMs will start processing it to their eligible models throughout the cycle. Realme is one of them and will soon release the Realme UI 3.0 Early Access Beta Program for some of its eligible device models.

Realme UI 3.0: All You Need to Know | Supported Device, Features, Release Date, and More

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Meanwhile, OEMs can easily develop and push the Android 12 beta builds to some interested specific Realme model users to get an early taste whatsoever. The core features and user experience will be the same as Android 12 and the native Realme UI element. However, the new Android version will definitely increase more & more options for the users.

Once the beta version seems stable to the users across the region with proper privacy and features, Realme will try pushing the official stable skin update as early as possible.

Realme UI 3.0: Supported Device [Expected]

Since Realme doesn’t have an official announcement yet, we’ve provided expected device details as of now.

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Please Note

This is not the officially announced supported device list and can be changed prior to any notice (if any). So, we’ll recommend you keep checking this article periodically as we’ll update the device list and release date and features whenever new info arrives.
  1. Realme X50 Pro/Player Edition
  2. Realme X50 Pro 5G
  3. Realme X50 5G
  4. Realme X50m 5G
  5. Realme X7 5G
  6. Realme X7 Pro 5G
  7. Realme X7 Pro Extreme Edition
  8. Realme X3
  9. Realme X3 SuperZoom
  10. Realme 8
  11. Realme 8 5G
  12. Realme 8 Pro
  13. Realme 7
  14. Realme 7 Pro
  15. Realme 7i
  16. Realme 6
  17. Realme 6 Pro
  18. Realme 6i
  19. Realme 6S
  20. Realme Narzo 10
  21. Realme Narzo 10A
  22. Realme Narzo 20
  23. Realme Narzo 20 Pro
  24. Realme Narzo 20A
  25. Realme Narzo 30A
  26. Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G
  27. Realme C17
  28. Realme C15/C15 (Qualcomm Edition)
  29. Realme C12
  30. Realme C20
  31. Realme C21
  32. Realme C25
  33. Realme V11 5G
  34. Realme V15 5G
  35. Realme V3
  36. Realme V5 5G
  37. Realme Q2
  38. Realme Q2i
  39. Realme Q2 Pro
  40. Realme GT
  41. Realme GT Neo

Realme UI 3.0 Features

Although it’s not officially clear yet which features will gonna introduced in the upcoming Realme UI 3.0 update, multiple reports are coming out that the following features are most likely to arrive with the stable build. Obviously, the native Android 12 features will play a major role in it and Realme UI developers will include most of the useful features as well.

  • Easier Wi-Fi sharing
  • Notification improvements
  • More screenshot markup options
  • Wallpaper-based theming system
  • Compatible media transcoding
  • Rich content insertion
  • New widget organization
  • App hibernation
  • Redesigned settings UI
  • AVIF image support
  • Multi-page widgets
  • One-handed mode
  • Improved privacy features
  • Face-based auto-rotate
  • Smarter app storage management
  • Manage two apps as a single task
  • Scrolling screenshot support
  • Enhanced cookie handling
  • Recycle Bin feature support
  • More quick settings toggle
  • Dynamic Wallpapers and Themes support
  • Optimized user interface for bigger display devices
  • Improved visual design elements like themes, icons
  • Improved Gamepad vibration settings with custom effects
  • Restricted networking mode
  • And more…

Conclusion

It’s too early for anyone to predict something related to the eligible device list or expected Realme UI 3.0 features right now. However, we’re dedicated to providing you all the latest info whenever it surfaced online or in other forums. We’ll recommend you to keep following this blog for more updates periodically.

Till then stay tuned for more info. You can comment below for further queries.

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