Exactly a month ago, Realme moved its 8-series mid-ranger to the Realme UI 3.0 open beta stage. Now, the company is now following suit and has released the Android 12 stable update for the Realme 8. Let’s take a closer look at the stable Realme UI 3.0 update for the Realme 8, its changes, new features and everything we know so far.
Android 12 Goodness Finally Comes to Realme 8 With a New Update
The new Android 12 update for the Realme 8 is arriving with firmware version RMX3085_11_C.06 which is roughly sized at 1.08GB. The update brings all the goodness of Android 12 based Realme UI 3.0 including Fluid Space Design and 3D Icons, Spatial Layout interface, Personalization AOD, Omoji, New App Permissions, Approximate Location and more.
It includes numerous new Android 12 features and continues the product idea of Seamless Fun, with improvements in design, fluidity, customization, privacy, and functionality.
Realme 8 Realme UI 3.0 Update Changelog
- New design
- The all-new design, which emphasizes a sense of space, delivers a simple, clean, and comfortable visual and interactive experience.
- Revamp the page layout based on the principle of reducing visual noise and spacing out elements, and prioritize information with different colours to make key information stand out.”
- Redesigns icons using new materials to give more depth and a greater sense of space and texture to the icons.
- Optimizes Quantum Animation Engine: Quantum Animation Engine 3.0 implements the concept of mass to make animations more lifelike, and optimizes more than 300 animations to bring a more natural user experience.”
- More creative Always-On Display: Adds realmeow and Portrait silhouette to let you freely express yourself.
- Convenience & efficiency
- FlexDrop is renamed Flexible Windows and is optimized:
- Optimizes the method of switching floating windows between different sizes.
- You can now drag a file from My Files or a photo from the Photos app to a floating window.
- Adds Quick launch, a feature that detects the apps you use frequently and pre-loads them so you can open them quickly.
- Adds a chart to display your battery usage.
- Improves the responsiveness of turning on or off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, and NFC.
- You can now decide which camera modes are displayed on the menu bar and in what order they are displayed.
- You can now drag the zoom slider to zoom in or out smoothly when shooting a video using the rear camera.
- Optimizes the auto-brightness algorithm to adapt screen brightness to more scenes for a comfortable screen reading experience
- Optimizes accessibility:
- Adds visuals to text instructions for an intuitive understanding of accessibility functions.
- Optimizes categorization of functions by grouping them into vision, hearing, interactive actions, and general.
- TalkBack supports more system apps including Photos, Phone, Mail, and Calendar.
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