Realme GT Neo 3 Will Get Realme UI 4.0 Beta Update Soon 

Beginning of the month, Realme officially announced the Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 Beta version roadmap for the Realme GT 2 series, Realme GT Neo series, and more flagship smartphones in the home market of China. Recently, the company is gearing up to release the Realme UI 4.0 Beta for Realme GT Neo 3.  

A noted Weibo tipster, UP Technology Jun, revealed that the company’s software director has officially announced that the Realme GT Neo will soon receive the Realme UI 4.0 Beta update. The Chinese tech giant has confirmed that the GT Neo 3 will receive Realme UI 4.0 Beta testing next week in China. The new custom skin is based on Google’s Android 13 operating system. Read more Realme UI 3.0 Precise Location & Approximate Location [Tips & Tricks]

Realme GT Neo 3 features a 120Hz refresh rate display, MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chipset, 4500mAh battery with 150W fast charging support, and more specifications. The device will be the first Dimensity 8100 processor smartphone to be upgraded to an Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 Beta update.

According to the source, the Realme UI 4.0 supports a built-in AI smooth-speed engine. The company claims that the engine reduces the read and write performance by 30%, increases the battery life by an average of 12%, and also increases the app cold start speed by 13%. Read more Realme UI Beta Program: All You Need To Know

With the Realme UI 4.0, the company also upgraded the animation interface; therefore, smartphones are more intuitive and convenient. Moreover, the latest custom skin has improved the Privacy protection visualization permission usage via application records. With the newly upgraded Privacy protection, you can share your private information such as personal files, Photos, and Videos with more security.

In terms of features, the Realme UI 4.0 made some significant upgrades in the Floating windows function. The update upgraded the floating windows function with version number 3.0, and this feature can be easily opened by sliding up gestures. One more feature that was introduced with the UI 4.0 Beta update is called the large folder feature.

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