Realme is a company that has been in the last year very distinct in the panorama of Android smartphones, born as a subsidiary of the well-established Oppo and imposing itself among the first 5 producers in the Indian market.
Realme's plans insist on one greater independence from Oppo, especially from the software point of view: the company would aim to develop a proprietary software based on Android to replace the Oppos ColorOS to which it still relies. Indiscretion comes from Madhav Sheth – the CEO of Realme – who confirmed that the development of RealmeOS proceeds at full speed and could be officially released before the end of the year. A first clue in this regard was leaked from the launch of a mysterious beta testing program by Realme.
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Now that the existence of RealmeOS is well established we can assume that the new software interface will be based on Android Q but we do not know if it will also be distributed to devices already present on the company market.
It is not excluded that the next one 20 August, day in which Realme 5 will be presented, no further details on the new RealmeOS will be announced.
Via: XDASource: India Today