Check out the changes Realme made to its in-house UI
Together with the launch of the Realme X50 last January, Realme also made Realme UI official. Described as adhering to the concept of “real design”— real but not realistic and simplified but not simple—the in-house UI starts off with the redesign of its app icons, all inspired by core elements found in common household items.
One example is with the settings icon, where it is derived from gear parts and is restructured through infinite circles to give it a cleaner aesthetic.
Together with reimagined icons, Realme UI lets you customize how the icons look—from shape, size, to the internal graphic size of the icons.
For a fluid experience, Realme UI uses the latest quantum animation engine to improve the overall user experience and to smoothen animations. Since it is based on Android 10, Realme UI has the latest features that include Focus Mode, gesture-based screenshots, and a “flashback” button on game screens. The latter lets you access apps while your game is loading.
Realme UI will be available to select Realme phones this year.