After lots of speculations about the UI, the company finally announced the Realme UI rollout schedule in November and shared a few images, giving us a look at what could be coming with the new interface.
While the company had started recruiting beta testers for the Realme UI for the users of Realme XT and X2 Pro smartphones in November, new reports indicate that the testing for the users of Realme X2 has also kicked-off. The company is looking for testers who have experience in beta testing of software and reporting bugs.
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Making the announcement on Realme Community, the company says that the program is open for Realme X2 users only and users are expected to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) with the company and are supposed to provide own AADHAR card or other identification proofs. It mentions that the deadline for applying for Realme UI beta testing is 27th January, and selected users will be notified by 1st February.
For those who are unaware, the Realme UI is a customised version of the newly launched ColorOS 7 from Oppo. Till now, Realme smartphones were powered by ColorOS but going forward, Realme UI, based on ColorOS
Recently, Realme announced that the company will now start showing recommendations to promote apps and commercial links in the Phone Manager app and Security Check page after installing new apps. However, the company has also added that it will provide an option to turn off content recommendation with a single-click.