Realme 5 Pro support for Google Lens & AI stickers in camera UI coming soon

Realme is among those OEMs that deliver timely updates to their devices. Also, Realme provides many interesting features along with the monthly security updates. Realme 5 Pro came back in 2019 with Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box but it can be upgraded to Android 10-based Realme UI 1.0.

We earlier reported that Realme 5 Pro received the July update and the Smooth scrolling feature was a part of it. Moreover, Realme has announced that all devices that have Realme UI 1.0 will get the Smooth scrolling and Deep Cleanup features.

Now, the OEM has promised to provide the Realme 5 Pro with some cool camera improvement. The monthly “OS QnA with Dev” was held recently on the Realme community in which a Realme camera developer has stated that support for Google Lens and AI stickers will arrive for Realme 5 Pro.


Other than that, the developer was asked whether the portrait mode will get options to control the bokeh and AI beauty effects in camera UI. The developer stated that the suggestion will be considered.

Nevertheless, the Google Lens and AI stickers support is still a major improvement to the Realme 5 Pro camera UI. So, Realme 5 Pro users can now make the most out of their device as the OEM is planning to enhance the user experience substantially.

That said, we will keep tracking this for any developments and will provide updates once more information becomes available. Meanwhile, Realme is also gearing up for Android 11 so be sure to check out the list of devices from Realme that we think will get the latest OS update.

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