Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) preview update is already out for Realme X50 Pro. However, Realme intends to fine-tune the Android 10-based Realme UI 1.0 version. It was reported earlier that the OEM will provide features like Smooth scrolling and Deep Cleanup to all devices running on Realme UI 1.0.

Realme is known for delivering timely updates along with some new features which makes it one of the finest Android OEMs. Now, it seems that Realme is going to provide another feature to all Realme UI 1.0 (Android 10) powered devices.

The OEM has recently announced on the Realme community that all Realme UI 1.0 devices will get the Super Power Saving Mode feature via a future software update. This means that Realme is hell bent on making its devices efficient by highly optimizing the software.


Realme UI 1.0’s Super Power Saving Mode includes numerous strategies like adjusting the screen brightness and CPU frequency to save power. Also, the mode features targeted strategies in certain scenarios that apply on specific apps.

Users can manually switch on the feature by heading over to the Battery settings then tapping on the Power Saving Mode option under which the Super power saving mode radio button will have to be selected.


Moreover, Super Power Saving Mode allows only six apps to run and the same can be configured by users. The default apps include Phone, Messages, and browser while user has to select the remaining three apps. The feature also prompts users to switch on the mode at 10% and 5% power.

It is a highly efficient feature that ensures battery life and longevity. That said, it is good to see that OEMs like Realme are always striving to deliver the best possible user experience as the OEM is also working tirelessly to fine-tune the Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update.

So, be sure to check out our dedicated Realme UI 2.0 (Android 11) update tracker to stay updated on the topic.

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