Realme 8 5G, Narzo 30 5G receive Android 12-based UI 3.0 update: what’s new? | Tech Rasta


Chinese smartphone brand Realme has announced that it will roll out Realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12 for the Realme Narzo 30 5G and Realme 8 5G. It was announced on August 19, 2022. The official rollout of the stable versions of the two smartphones will take place in multiple batches. If no errors are found during this process, I believe that a full deployment will be completed soon.

Interestingly, the new update brings a new design, including smart assistant widgets and a new and improved page layout. Icons have also been redesigned keeping in mind more depth and improved textures. In addition, the Realme update for both smartphones will also lower the CPU load average and reduce battery usage while gaming.

“An exciting announcement for all #realme8 5G and #realmenarzo30 5G users! #realmeUI 3.0 based on Android 12 is now available,” tweeted the Chinese smartphone.

According to Realme, users must ensure their smartphones are updated to RMX3241_11.A.16 and RMX3242_11.A.16 versions respectively before installing the new Realme UI 3.0 update in Realme 8 5G and Realme Narzo 30 5G respectively.

In addition, Realme phones will have some improvements and changes after the update. The homepage layout of the Realme 8 5G and Realme Narzo 30 5G will be improved with reduced visual noise to make the icons stand out.

Realme UI 3.0 includes the brand’s Quantum Animation Engine 3.0. This is specifically designed to make animations more realistic, with over 300 animations optimized to enhance the user experience. Additionally, the FlexDrop multitasking feature has been upgraded and renamed to Flex Windows.

Interestingly, Realme added rules-based MMS spam blocking with the latest update. It also brings a quick launch feature that showcases the most used apps and preloads them for quick access. In addition, it is believed that the game now runs smoother at a stable frame rate, therefore, the average CPU load has also been reduced to reduce battery consumption.

The Chinese smartphone brand claims that it has adjusted the auto-brightness algorithm to suit the screen brightness and gives users the option to select the camera mode displayed on the menu bar.

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