Realme C3 is the company's first smartphone to run Realme UI

realme c3 with realme ui

Realme C3 to run on the latest Realme UI

Up until today, Realme has been using OPPO's ColorOS UI for its smartphones. Even after becoming an independent company from being a sub-brand of OPPO, that has always been the case. And while ColorOS is a very good mobile UI, that is about to change now. Some months ago, Realme revealed that they have been working on its own UI, simply called Realme UI. Once officially released, other current and of course future Realme smartphones will be sporting this new Android -based user interface. Now, through a recent tweet coming from Realme India, the company revealed that the Realme UI is now ready for commercial use and that the upcoming Realme C3 device will be its first ever phone to be equipped with such UI at launch.

Launching on February 6

The Realme C3 is an entry-level smartphone from Realme that is already scheduled to be launched on February 6 in India. Some of its key specs have already been revealed via Flipkart's official website such as dual rear camera setup as well as the massive 5000mAh battery pack (learn more about here). And then very recently, via a tweet which you can see below, Realme India just officially confirmed that the C3 will be running Realme UI right out of the box. That's something that will definitely excite more Realme fans and budget-conscious consumers to experience.


The Realme UI is based on the latest Android 10 mobile OS from Google which will offer a more refined user experience compared to ColorOS. This will offer different designs in terms of icons, fonts, and wallpapers as well as unique features. One of the anticipated ones is what the company is calling "Dual Speaker Mode" which will allow the phone to play music or audio through wired and wireless headphones at the same time. This is a pretty useful feature especially now that apart from Realme has released its own true wireless earphones, wireless earbuds are now becoming more and more popular among brands and users. There is also the screen edge lighting mode for notifications, three-finger screenshot captures, and many others.

So far, the company has already updated the Realme 3, Pro, XT, and X2 to this Realme UI but only for a limited number of users. Soon more current Realme smartphones and and  markets will experience the Realme UI rollout.
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