[Updated] Realme UI 2.0: What improvements we want to see?

[Updated] Realme UI 2.0: What improvements we want to see?

We are currently using the new Realme UI on our Realme smartphones, based on Android 10. A variety of new features have been added by Realme UI, including Dark Mode, Dual Earphone Link, Smart Slider, Icon Size Customization and enhanced privacy features.

Here is a list of qualifying devices based on Android 11 11 Realme UI 2.0

But as you know, upgrading and enhancing the smartphone operating system is the main aspect of it and there is still potential for growth. Realme UI is the first edition of an OS owned by Realme. So Realme UI 2.0, the next edition of Realme UI, could become a landmark for this tale of change.

And we’re here to find any advanced functionality that you can use next Realme UI, which will make the Realme UI 2.0 more user-centered, responsive and social.

Second-level lock screen

Most children today have smartphones. Google has many apps in its app store for children. In the future, this will not only be related to the selection and use time of the application but also to the lock screen of the smartphone.

The current version of the Google Play services code indicates a second lock screen for Android 11. We are talking about the “second lock screen”, which is only available under Android R (Android 11) and mentions “kids” in multiple places.

 Double-click on the back

The new gesture feature does not require any special hardware to work, using sensor data from the device’s accelerometer and gyroscope to determine if the user double-clicked on the back of the device. These double-tap gestures have a “door” to prevent them from starting in certain situations (for example, when the screen is off).

Dark mode scheduling

In Realme UI 2.0.0, we are going to see a complex system-wide dark mode Depending on the time of use, this will change the setting on the computer between dark mode and regular mode, depending on whether it is day or night or evening. This came from Google as a response after this feature was already made available in previous skinned versions of Android by other OEMs.

Enhanced dark mode

Thanks to ColorOS 6 and Realme UI, you may be aware that the dark mode has existed on Realme phones for quite a while. The only drawback is that the ‘Night mode’ has been restricted. Now that developers have dipped their apps into darker colors, transitioning to Realme UI 2.0’s dark mode ensures that you get a more cohesive overall experience.

Back gesture tweaking

With motions that monitor actions in Realme UI 2.0, when they tried to go back, users faced the problem of listing out those applications menu. But with Android, we’re going to see sliders that will allow the user to monitor the back gesture’s sensitivity. There will be two sliders, one for the screen on the left and one for the screen on the right.

Improved Realme Share

With Realme UI 1.0.0, Realme launched the Realme Share file-sharing feature. You can exchange files, records, images, audio, etc with the Realme Share feature. But it only fits with smartphones like Realme, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo. Like Apple’s Airdrop file sharing feature, it needs to be fast and stable.

One time permissions

We had the features previously on Android 10 to allow access to location, camera or microphone information only when the app is open. But we will have a one-time authorization setting with Realme UI 2.0 that will only give use permission for a single time.

Improved battery performance

If you are using the latest version of Realme UI, you face a battery drain problem. We hope the upcoming update will fix this problem. And Realme also concentrated on the next edition of Realme UI 2.0 for this issue.

What improvements do you want to see?

We are currently using the new Realme UI on our Realme smartphones, based on Android 10. A variety of new features have been added by Realme UI, including Dark Mode, Dual Earphone Link, Smart Slider, Icon Size Customization and enhanced privacy features.

Here is a list of qualifying devices based on Android 11 11 Realme UI 2.0

But as you know, upgrading and enhancing the smartphone operating system is the main aspect of it and there is still potential for growth. Realme UI is the first edition of an OS owned by Realme. So Realme UI 2.0, the next edition of Realme UI, could become a landmark for this tale of change.

And we’re here to find any advanced functionality that you can use next Realme UI, which will make the Realme UI 2.0 more user-centered, responsive and social.

Second-level lock screen

Most children today have smartphones. Google has many apps in its app store for children. In the future, this will not only be related to the selection and use time of the application but also to the lock screen of the smartphone.

The current version of the Google Play services code indicates a second lock screen for Android 11. We are talking about the “second lock screen”, which is only available under Android R (Android 11) and mentions “kids” in multiple places.

 Double-click on the back

The new gesture feature does not require any special hardware to work, using sensor data from the device’s accelerometer and gyroscope to determine if the user double-clicked on the back of the device. These double-tap gestures have a “door” to prevent them from starting in certain situations (for example, when the screen is off).

Dark mode scheduling

In Realme UI 2.0.0, we are going to see a complex system-wide dark mode Depending on the time of use, this will change the setting on the computer between dark mode and regular mode, depending on whether it is day or night or evening. This came from Google as a response after this feature was already made available in previous skinned versions of Android by other OEMs.

Enhanced dark mode

Thanks to ColorOS 6 and Realme UI, you may be aware that the dark mode has existed on Realme phones for quite a while. The only drawback is that the ‘Night mode’ has been restricted. Now that developers have dipped their apps into darker colors, transitioning to Realme UI 2.0’s dark mode ensures that you get a more cohesive overall experience.

Back gesture tweaking

With motions that monitor actions in Realme UI 2.0, when they tried to go back, users faced the problem of listing out those applications menu. But with Android, we’re going to see sliders that will allow the user to monitor the back gesture’s sensitivity. There will be two sliders, one for the screen on the left and one for the screen on the right.

Improved Realme Share

With Realme UI 1.0.0, Realme launched the Realme Share file-sharing feature. You can exchange files, records, images, audio, etc with the Realme Share feature. But it only fits with smartphones like Realme, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo. Like Apple’s Airdrop file sharing feature, it needs to be fast and stable.

One time permissions

We had the features previously on Android 10 to allow access to location, camera or microphone information only when the app is open. But we will have a one-time authorization setting with Realme UI 2.0 that will only give use permission for a single time.

Improved battery performance

If you are using the latest version of Realme UI, you face a battery drain problem. We hope the upcoming update will fix this problem. And Realme also concentrated on the next edition of Realme UI 2.0 for this issue.

What improvements do you want to see?

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