It has been a couple of months since Android 10 has been out and many brands have already rolled out the update to most of their phones. OnePlus was the first company in India, apart from Google, to bring the Android 10 update to its OnePlus 7 series phones but its sister brand Realme is yet to roll out the latest version of Android to any of the phones it sells in India. And with Xiaomi already rolling out the new version on its phones, Realme users were wondering when they would see the newer Android version. Realme finally has an answer.
Realme has revealed its timeline for rolling out the Android 10 update to all its Indian models. But the company is not only bringing Android 10 to its phones, instead, it’s also working to bring the new ColorOS 7 along with a new user interface that will be exclusive to Realme phones. The new interface is said to be closer to stock Android and the update is meant to improve performance on all the devices.
“Delighted to share that we have created Realme’s own customised UI based on ColorOS 7 and Android 10 for better RAM management, closer to stock Android experience and smoother gaming experience,” says the official Twitter post.
There’s no glimpse of the new Realme UI but you can expect it to look similar to the newer ColorOS 7 albeit with lesser visual clutter and more stock Android-like icons. The new update is also expected to feature better tools for improving the gaming experience, similar to what OnePlus did for its Oxygen OS with Oxygen OS 10.