Realme XT was the first phone with a 64 MP camera that the Oppo sub-brand launched in India. And if that wasn’t enough, Realme chose to add three more cameras at the back to give it company. The quad-camera setup comprises of the main 64 MP camera, an 8 MP ultra-wide shooter, 2 MP dedicated macro camera, and a 2 MP depth sensor. The main camera supports pixel binning and captures some impressive 16 MP images in varied lighting conditions including low light. The images have a good amount of detail along with natural colors. The mobile comes with a sharp 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Full HD+ display and here are some Realme XT Display Settings just like tips and tricks that you need to know.
Realme XT Display Settings
#1. Always-On Display –
Realme XT is the second phone from the brand to come with an AMOLED panel which allows for an Always-On display. This feature is handy if you want to quickly glance your phone for time and notification rather than having to unlock it each time. Very handy once you get used to it. Can be enabled under Settings > Display & Brightness > Off-Screen Clock.
#2. Themes –
ColorOS 6 has in-built support for various custom themes. These themes will change the way the UI elements look and will introduce new icons, wallpapers etc. If you wish to try out different themes, head over to Settings > Home Screen & Lock Screen Magazine > Set Theme > Download More.
#3. App Drawer –
ColorOS 6 has brought support for enabling the app drawer on the home screen. Instead of displaying all your apps on the home screen itself, you can now have them arranged in the app drawer. To toggle this, head over to Settings > Home Screen & Lock Screen Magazine > Home Screen Mode and select whichever option you prefer.
#4. Smart Assistant –
Smart Assistant is an extra panel that is displayed to the left of the home screen. It contains widgets, frequently used apps and similar shortcuts to help you navigate through the phone. If you wish to enable it, go to Settings > Smart Services > Smart Assistant.
#5. Display RAM Status –
This option will display your RAM usage in the recent apps panel which essentially tells you the free RAM from the available memory. You can enable this by going to Settings > Additional Settings > Display RAM/Memory Information for Recent Tasks.
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