As you know, with the release of the Android 11 operating system, phone manufacturers started to announce their own user interfaces. Realme, who joined these manufacturers, started to appeal to its users with Realme UI 2.0, which it developed itself. Realme UI 2.0, which has similar qualities with OPPO's ColorOS 11 interface, includes performance improvements and small touches specific to Realme in addition to ColorOS 11.
Shortly after Realme introduced the Realme UI 2.0 interface, it immediately started to distribute this interface to its smartphones. The company distributing Realme UI 2.0 to its devices as part of the Early Access program; 7 Pro, Narzo 20, 6 Pro, Narzo 20 Pro, X2 Pro, including several devices in the Early Access program. At the same time, the company has steadily deployed Realme UI 2.0 to the X50 Pro smartphone.
Realme UI 2.0 Early Access program's coverage area expanded
Don't take Re now; He announced that he has also included X3, 6, X2, C12 and C15 models in the Early Access program. In this context, if you are using one of these phones, you can experience Android 11 early. To experience the Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0 interface early, you need to follow the steps on Realme's official forums. I am sure you will examine the page in depth, but let's give a brief summary anyway:
- Go to the Software Update section on your phone, tap the settings icon in the upper right corner. Select the Trial here, then tap Early Access, then the Apply Now button.
- Submit your Early Access application by entering the required information in the registration form in the relevant links.