Recently introduced two new unique features of the “ Smooth scrolling” and Super Nighttime Standby” feature for Realme UI users. This feature is part of our Realme lab project and will be available to all Realme devices running Realme UI in the coming days. Here is a full guide of these two new features of Realme UI and how to enable it?
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Realme UI: Smooth Scrolling
In the Realme laboratory, the appearance of the smooth sliding screen really made your eyes shine. Now users can experience a higher refresh rate in the display. If you turn on this feature so you can enjoy like a 90Hz display refresh rate.
Realme UI: Super Nighttime Standby
In the last system version, many users have actively responded to the problem of power consumption at night. The super nighttime standby function introduced in this update really solves the feedback problem of Realme users.
It should be mentioned here that after the super nighttime standby is turned on, the system is running at low power consumption, which will have a certain impact on the timely reception of messages. The landlord experimented, he sent a message to himself and received the message in less than half a minute, so if there is an emergency notification and I am afraid to miss it, I will choose whether to use it according to your actual needs.
How to enable “Smooth Scrolling” and Super Nighttime” Feature
- Open Settings
- Scroll down and go into Realme Lab
- Then turn on” Smooth Sliding Screen” and “Super Long Standby”
Important Note – These features currently available for some Realme devices and will be available soon for eligible devices.