Realme Os Release…
OPPO sub-brand Realme CEO Madhav Sheth revealed that Realme is developing its own system UI. So far, the company has been using OPPO’s Color OS as its mobile phone system, but this does not allow it to provide some of the features that fans have been asking for. Because of the relationship, the realme mobile phone currently sold is pre-installed with the Color OS system. The recently launched models of realme X and realme X are pre-installed with ColorOS 6, based on the Android P system.
Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth revealed that realme OS will be launched soon. Realme previously submitted a trademark application for realme OS in the UK, so it seems that realme’s own custom system will be named realme OS.
However, in addition to knowing that Realme wants to customize its own system, the details and release time of realme OS are not disclosed. According to foreign media reports, realme OS is expected to be based on Android Q depth customization, which has already pushed the last version of Beta. The official version will be released soon, so realme OS based on Android Q deep customization should not be a problem.
Realme quickly gained a foothold in the market with its strong price/performance ratio and good experience. It is only natural that the brand is more independent and forms a set of its own things.
Realme is currently focusing on launching three 64-megapixel four-camera phones in India before Diwali (October 27), and we may see the first RealmeOS-based smartphones by the end of the year or early next year.
Realme will launch it’s first quad camera phone series, Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro on August 20. 5 Series will be equipped with 48 Megapixel sony Imx586 with three other sensor.