As you might have heard, Realme has begun rolling out its all-new Realme UI based on Android 10 to select 3 Pro and XT units in India. And even though we’re based in the Philippines, we managed to update our Realme 3 Pro smartphone using a custom recovery.
Realme has started rolling out its in-house Android interface to some devices, including the Realme 3 Pro and XT. Realme UI first launched on the X50, and now it’s available to download for some users in India. As we’re looking at a staged rollout here, it may not have hit your device yet.
Before you board a Grab vehicle, maybe you’d like to check if there’s a notice saying it will record your audio while you’re inside the car.
While it’s unfortunate that Huawei can’t use Google Mobile Services because of an ongoing trade dispute between two of the world’s biggest economies, a world without Google hasn’t slowed down the second-biggest Android vendor on the global market.
OPPO announced its latest ColorOS 7 user interface late last year, with a stable release slated throughout 2020 for OPPO smartphones like the Find X, Reno, and Reno 2 series. Current handsets in the F and A lineups will get it as well.
Remember the Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance, formerly known as the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which was formed by Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO to establish a cross-brand platform for sharing files from one device to another?
Back in August 2019, Vivo, Xiaomi, and OPPO announced a partnership called the Inter-Transfer Alliance Group, which is now called Peer-to-Peer Transmission Alliance. It will enable their devices to have an AirDrop-like file-transfer feature for wireless and seamless sharing of data at high speeds.
Are you a Huawei phone user based in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, or Thailand? Huawei is celebrating its 2nd AppGallery Festival the whole month of January 2020 to start the new year.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 is one of the most feature-packed camera phones in the Philippines, launched with a starting price of P7,990 (around $158) in early October.
Realme has promised to offer a closer-to-stock Android implementation of ColorOS 7 for its devices. At the launch of the Realme X2 and Realme Buds Air in India, the company goes into a bit more detail of what users can expect from the Realme UI and when it will be coming to their smartphones.