Realme CEO shares Realme UI poll vs OxygenOS, One UI, MIUI & stock Android, but you probably shouldn't buy too much into it
Android-based custom skins like Xiaomi’s MIUI, OnePlus’ OxygenOS, and Realme’s Realme UI make it the most popular mobile operating system across the globe.
OEMs have been upping their game with every major update and Realme is one such OEM that appears to be becoming the new favorite for Android users, or so it seems.
A poll is being held between Realme UI, OxygenOS, One UI, MIUI, and stock Android on the Techno Ruhez YouTube channel and it has over 360K votes as of this writing.
What is interesting is that the aforementioned poll got the attention of Madhav Sheth and the CEO at Realme shared the same on Twitter.
This is simply because users seem to be heavily inclined towards Realme’s in-house custom skin as 49% votes are in its favor.
However, it is possible that most followers of the channel might be Realme fans which further explains why Realme UI is leading.
Also, the poll is mainly from the Indian Realme fan base which means that the results might not mean much to the global market.
So, users should not buy too much into the poll and go for the Android skin which better suits their requirements.
Nevertheless, Realme, which is a sub-brand of Oppo, has been doing a decent job with its in-house custom skin lately.
The development of Realme’s Android 11 update is a great example considering the fact that the OEM has been holding on to its words regarding the latest OS update.
That said, stay tuned to PiunikaWeb for more such stories surrounding Realme and other Android OEMs.
In the meantime, keep an eye on our Realme Android 11 update tracker to get the latest updates on the topic.
NOTE: There are more such stories in our dedicated Realme section so be sure to go through it as well.
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