These Realme Devices Support Always on Display (Sketchpad AOD)

Android smartphones have now had Always On Display or AOD for years now and it works on the basic principle of having a portion of your screen lit up with a clock or essential widgets while keeping the rest black. As a result, the term “always-on” was coined. If you’re searching to find out whether your realme device comes with support for Always-on Display or not, you’re at the right place. This post will list out all the devices supporting Sketchpad AOD technology, where to find the feature under Settings, and what the feature actually does.

What is Always on Display or Customizable AOD?

The idea of leaving your display on all the time would have seemed insane a few years ago (since it would draw a ton of battery), but AMOLED screens can now especially switch off a particular set of pixels fully and individually, reducing the battery’s impact. Create your own pattern, add text, alter the colour, change the clock type, and pick which information to show on the Always-On Display with this function. Only select AMOLED devices with realme UI 2.0 and realme UI 3.0 have the customisable Always-On Display capability.

How to Use Always on Display on Realme Smartphones

How to Enable Always on Display Realme UI 3
How to Enable Always on Display Realme UI 3
  1. Start by opening the Settings application.
  2. Scroll down, navigate to the Personalization section.
  3. Now, tap on the Always-on Display section, present at the top right (on realme UI 3.0).
  4. Here, you’ll find all the toggles needed to enable, customize and set sketchpad AODs.
  5. Finally, save the settings and you’re good to go.

List of Devices with Customizable Always on Display

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