Realme UI 1.0 user feedback wanted as company looks to fix existing problems & add new features
Realme will soon begin rolling out the stable Realme UI 1.0 update based on Android 10 to the Realme X2 and Realme X2 Pro in India.
The duo – or rather the Realme X2 Pro – was supposed to have picked up the Realme UI update by now. But the best the company has done is to push a public beta version of the software to willing individuals ahead of the stable rollout.
To date, though, it remains unclear why the update to Android 10 hasn’t started rolling out to both the Realme X2 and X2 Pro. But despite the seemingly inevitable delay, rest assured that the duo will also receive the update to Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11.
Speaking of Realme UI 2.0, the company is asking its community to share Realme UI 1.0 update feedback, at least for those who have already received the stable version.
So far, the Realme UI 1.0 update is available for the Realme 5 Pro, Realme X, Realme XT, and Realme 3 Pro and as noted earlier, next in line are the Realme X2 and X2 Pro, probably before this month ends.
Realme says the Realme UI 1.0 update feedback in question will be used to “make improvements to the existing problems you’ve encountered and prioritize new features.”
Of course, we expect some of the feedback, more so the problem-fixing kind and perhaps some features, to be applied as part of minor (monthly) updates to Realme UI 1.0. As for the major changes, expect them in the update to Realme UI 2.0, probably in late 2020 or in early 2021.
The company wants Realme UI 1.0 feedback on your experience using the Lock Screen, Home page, Widgets, Settings, Status Bar, Shortcuts, Notifications, Game Space, Phone dialer, Video app, Music app, Clock app, Smart sidebar, as well as Dialing, Message, and Camera interfaces.
Realme also wants your opinion on which unnecessary apps to remove from Realme UI as well as the features of stock Android that you’d want to see in the company’s custom skin. To provide your feedback, fill out this form.
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