Realme UI 2.0 is an improved and updated version of the previous Realme UI 1. Realme is trying to give best user experience with their latest UI, they are even trying to secure the data of users. If you want to know everything about Realme UI 2.0 based on Android 11 update, then you are at the right place.
Realme UI 2.0 Features
Realme UI 2.0 brings a lot of new things so i’m dividing these features into 4 sections – Customization features, productivity features, pivacy and security features and other minor changes. There is an update timeline at the end so you get to know when your smartphone is getting Realme UI 2.0 update.
Starting off with the home screen, the customization toolbar is completely redesigned and it looks better. You get more options right in front of you so you can change the wallpaper, the home screen layout and basically everything is in front of you.
Also if you tap on icons, you get the usual settings and now you can finally use third-party icon packs in Realme UI.
Improved Dark Mode
You also get an improved dark mode in Realme UI 2.0 and it brings three different types of dark modes. If you don’t like a totally black dark mode, you get a slightly gray one and a lighter option as well.
You get additional settings for adjusting icons and wallpapers to the dark mode. Realme UI 2.0 focuses a lot on personalization in fact there is a dedicated personalization section inside settings that basically brings together all the customization options in one handy page.
You get options to adjust the theme, wallpapers, icon, styles and so much more. You can also change the color scheme, the fonts and even the icon shapes for the notifications, alaways on display and quick settings page.
One of the coolest new features in Realme UI 2.0 is the new wallpapers. If you download an image in your gallery, you just need to tap on a button and Realme UI makes a set of wallpapers based on the color scheme of the image.
Redesigned Apps Homepage
Next there’s a new apps homepage. This looks like the app drawer in Realme UI 1 but there’s a new manage button on top right, so you can sort your apps by most used or you can just sort them alphabetically.
Realme UI 2.0 brings a new floating window option, so you can have a floating messages app open while using another app as well. It’s like split screen but better. You can copy text from within the floating window and paste it into another app that could be very useful.
Photo Editing Features
There are also more photo editing features. You get more options to edit your photos and the markup option is also more powerful and no longer called doodle. Speaking of photo editing, you just need to swipe up on the preview image and you get options to share the photo or edit it straight away.
Privacy and Security Features
Realme UI 2.0 brings a new system cloner feature this basically creates a copy of the system and you can set it up with a different password and even a different fingerprint to access this clone. In this way you can separate your personal apps, images and all that stuff from your main account.
It’s kind of like the Alt Z life feature that Samsung launched but it’s not as feature-rich. Still it’s a great addition.
Hide your Apps
Now you can hide apps in Realme UI so that dating app or apps you don’t want your parents to know about, you can just hide it and no one will know.
Invisible Door Privacy Feature
Realme has also added the invisible door privacy feature, you can enable this feature to keep your data safe from third-party apps. You can enable protection for call logs, contacts messages and events. If a third-party app asks for this information, Realme UI 2.0 will just give it empty information instead.
Similarly there is a security sheet this brings features like payment protection for your payment apps, harassment call blocking and more. Since Realme UI 2.0 is based on Android 11, you get Android 11 security features as well.
Other Minor Changes
Realme UI can help you to get a good sleep as well. Realme UI has a new sleep capsule feature in Realme labs this is sort of like the new sleep mode in iOS 14. It blocks access to apps based on the schedule you set and it’s a little strict in terms of breaking that schedule.
Apparently you can only exit this sleep capsule three times in a month. But if you want to exit it 4th time, you can restart your phone and it will exit downtime. It’s probably a bug.
Apart from all that, Realme UI 2.0 brings a bunch of other features as well. There’s an improved game space with more options. You can lock brightness, give your games network priority and even automatically adjust resolution to save battery so your phone doesn’t shut down in the middle of call of duty match.
You can now also drag a folder into another one and it just merges the apps together into a single folder.
Realme UI 2.0 Eligible Devices / Update Timeline
If you’re wondering when your phone will get Realme UI 2.0 update, here’s the update roadmap shared by Realme.
- Realme X50 Pro 5G
- Realme 7 Pro
- Realme Narzo 20
- Realme 6 Pro
- Realme 7
- Realme Narzo 20 Pro
- Realme X2 Pro
- Realme X3
- Realme X3 SuperZoom
- Realme X2
- Realme 6
- Realme C12
- Realme C15
- Realme 6i
- Realme Narzo 10
- Realme C3
- Realme Narzo 10A
- Realme X
- Realme XT
- Realme 3 Pro
- Realme 5 Pro
- Realme Narzo 20A
Realme UI 2.0: Conclusion
So that was pretty much it, those were all the new changes in Realme UI 2.0 and clearly Realme has focused a lot on customizatiom. What’s your favorite change in Realme UI 2.0? let us know in the comments. Also give this article a share with your friends.