Realme might bring back notification LED & improve proximity sensor, reveals user survey questions
Being a part of the Android ecosystem for over a decade, I have seen and used a lot of different custom skins implemented by the OEMs over the Android’s stock UI.
Well, at the end of the day, my preference will always be the vanilla Android UI. I am biased towards OxygenOS of OnePlus as well due to their closeness to stock Android with the addition of useful tweaks.
However, there are some new features that are being introduced by the custom skins of smartphone OEMs. For instance, scrolling screenshots, native screen recording, UI customizations, etc.
Realme, which had one of the best years in the industry, is also gearing up to provide its users what they want. You might be familiar with such an initiative by brands like OnePlus.
And looking at the questions in a recent user survey, the Chinese OEM is hinting towards the inclusion of some new and improved features in its future devices. Matter of fact, they are talking about hardware components, not software modules.
Hey realme fans,
realme is driven by users and their feedback. We have done multiple research meets and surveys with you guys to improve our products. Today, we have a new survey for you, asking you about your ‘LED Notification Light and Touch Screen’ preference.
So go on and take this survey, won’t take more than a minute.
Notably, clicking the link mentioned in the community page reveals two questions indicating that future Realme smartphones might come equipped with a notification LED and an improved proximity sensor.
Besides, looking at the comments posted by the users, it gives us an idea that they are more excited to see notification LED included in the future Realme phones. You can check out the user comments below:
Now, this is a pretty interesting survey as we will have to wait and watch what further steps are taken by Realme in this regard.
Are you excited about the upcoming features on future Realme phones? Also, don’t forget to take a look at the discussion thread and cast your vote by clicking here.
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