Realme UI feature alert: Realme 2 Pro swipe (left and right) gestures and more floating apps coming soon

Realme has been gradually rolling out the Realme UI (based on Android 10) for its phones. A few phones have, such as Realme XT, have already got the update, while many are still to get it.

The company, meanwhile, is leaving no stone unturned to let users know about the new features and settings that the update would bring to their Realme phone.

Realme is known for its “Community FAQ” where it allows users to ask anything about their device, update and more. Last two FAQs, the company has dedicated to the Realme UI, encouraging users to ask any question regarding the latest update.

One inquisitive user took advantage of this FAQ and asked if the company is planning swipe gestures for Realme 2 Pro. In reply, the company confirmed that the latest update would bring swipe gestures for Realme 2 Pro.

swipe gestures for Realme 2 Pro
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This comes as good news for those still hanging onto the Realme 2 Pro, which launched in October 2018. Along with the confirmation for swipe gestures for Realme 2 Pro, the FAQ revealed a few more crucial details about the update.

In the FAQ, the company confirmed that they are planning to bring more floating apps. Separately, for the Realme 5 users, the company confirmed that the Chroma Boost feature won’t be available for the front camera on Realme 5.

For Realme 3 Pro, the company confirmed that the Dolby Atmos (was available during developer options) won’t be available with the update. Instead, the Realme 3 Pro will get Dirac (sound effect). To read full FAQ, visit this link.

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Aman is MBA (Finance) and is currently leading VeRa FinServ, a Financial Research firm. He loves to watch science fiction movies, follow latest tech news, play video games and (ofcourse) cricket.