[Updated] Realme UI 2.0: What improvements we want to see?

Currently, we are using the latest Realme UI based on Android 10 in our Realme smartphones. Realme UI has introduced many new features including Dark Mode, Dual earphone connection, Smart slider, Customize icon size and improved privacy features.

Here is Realme UI 2.0 eligible device list based on Android 11

But as you know in the mobile operating system, update and improvement is the major part of it, and always some space for improvement. Realme UI is the first version of Realme own OS. So the next version of Realme UI – Realme UI 2.0 could become a milestone for this improvement story.

And we are here to find some advance features which you may see next Realme UI, that would make the Realme UI 2.0 more intuitive, interacting and user-centric.

Second-level lock screen

Most children today have smartphones. Google has many apps in its app store for children. In the future, this will not only be related to the selection and use time of the application but also to the lock screen of the smartphone.

The current version of the Google Play services code indicates a second lock screen for Android 11. We are talking about the “second lock screen”, which is only available under Android R (Android 11) and mentions “kids” in multiple places.

 Double-click on the back

The new gesture feature does not require any special hardware to work, using sensor data from the device’s accelerometer and gyroscope to determine if the user double-clicked on the back of the device. These double-tap gestures have a “door” to prevent them from starting in certain situations (for example, when the screen is off).

Dark mode scheduling

We will see a dynamic system-wide dark mode in Realme UI 2.0. This will change the setting on the device between dark mode and normal mode depending upon the time of use, that is depending on the fact as to whether it is day or night or evening time. This came in from Google as a response after other OEMs already made this feature available in previous Android skinned versions.

Enhanced dark mode

You might be aware that the dark mode has existed for quite a while on Realme phones thanks to ColorOS 6 and Realme UI. The only downside is that the ‘Night mode’ was limited. Now that developers have dipped their applications in darker tones, toggling the dark mode in Realme UI 2.0 means that you get an overall more cohesive experience.

Back gesture tweaking

With gestures controlling movements in Realme UI 2.0, users faced the issue of listing out certain apps menu, when they tried to go back. But with Android, we will see sliders that will allow the user to control the sensitivity of the back gesture. There will be two sliders, one for the left-hand side of the screen and one for the right.

Improved Realme Share

Realme brought the Realme Share file-sharing feature with Realme UI 1.0. The Realme Share feature lets you share files, documents, images, music, etc. But it only works with Realme, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo smartphones. It needs to be fast and secure like Apple’s Airdrop file sharing feature.

One time permissions

Previously on Android 10, we had the feature to allow permission to access location, camera or microphone data only while the app is open. But with Realme UI 2.0 we will have a one-time permission setting that will enable usage permission only for a single time.

Improved battery performance

If you are using Realme UI current version then you are facing some issue about a battery drain problem. We hope this problem solve in the upcoming update. And Realme also focused on the next Realme UI 2.0 version for this issue.

What improvements do you want to see?

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