Realme now plans for its latest operating system Realme UI 4.0 which is based on Android 13. According to the previous reports, we have already been informed that the Realme UI 4.0 will be presented this month with the latest UI design, improvements, more fingerprint styles, optimized live wallpapers, richer animation effects, and many more things. This update will optimize the notification bar control center.
As per the recent reports, Realme UI 4.0 early access beta and public beta are also available for Realme GT series devices. The upcoming Realme UI 4.0 will come following features:
Features of Realme UI 4.0:
- You can optimize fonts for better readability, helpful for eyesight.
- It enables users can add large folders to the Home screen so that users can open an app in an enlarged folder with just one tap and turn pages in the folder with a swipe in a friendly and easy way.
- It brings optimized Private Safe to its advanced level to improve privacy.
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- Making the display more attractive by personalizing the home screen became easier by adding new feature widgets to the Home screen.
- Now your device will be more child friendly. Kid Space, your browser app automatically switches to Kids mode to become appropriate for the child. New feature Added in kid space, added distance-from-phone, ambient light, and sitting posture reminders for kids.
- Enhanced the media playback control by adding some features and optimizing the Quick Settings experience to improve device speed.
- Optimizes the widget design, so that information could be easier and quicker to find and easy to use.
- For more seamless interconnection, the user will get the Optimized Screencast, with cast content automatically adapting to the target screen.
- AOD got Insight Always-On Display; with more personalization in Always-On Display settings, using AOD becomes more exciting. Added the drawing tools and line colors to AOD with Optimized Portrait Silhouette Always-On Display.
- Added more security by adding the Encryption Standard (AES, which is used to encrypt all files to improve the security of private files.
- To protect the children’s eyes, Added an Eye comfort shield in Kid Space to protect children’s vision from direct light.
- Upgrades to Hyper Boost GPA 4.0 to stabilize the frame rate and balance the performance and power consumption while playing the high graphic games.
- Hyper boost will improve gaming performance so that users can play a game without lag.
In August, Android OS latest version Android 13 came for the Pixel devices. Now, Samsung bring its new OS version One UI 5.0 which is based on Android 13. This One UI 5.0 comes on Galaxy S22 phones first in Europe and Asia, then in the United States. Some updates are amazing here below mentioning the features of this One UI 5.0 version.
Features of One UI 5.0:
Multi-user support makes its way to Samsung
- One of the bigger changes in One UI 5 is support for multiple user profiles on a single device. This feature is built into stock Android that Samsung previously opted not to offer on its smartphones (outside esoteric Secure Folder functionality, that is).
- To enable multiple user profiles, go to Settings > Accounts and backup, tap Users, then flip the toggle on. You’ll see the option to add additional user profiles to your device. Secondary profiles will be set up as if your phone was new, and each user profile has its home screen, settings, and app library. You can also create a guest profile.
Widget stacking is so much better
- Samsung introduced a feature in One UI 4.1 called Smart Widgets. You can use Smart Widgets to create rotating stacks of like-sized widgets. In One UI 5, the process has been simplified. Before, you had to place a dedicated Smart Widget on your home screen to begin building a stack. Now, in One UI 5.0, you drag widgets on top of each other or long-press a placed widget to start a stack.
- Widgets must be the same size to stack, but you can resize individual widgets to fit before combining them. When ran into a bug where trying to resize existing stacks of widgets that crashes the launcher, that sort of thing is expected at this stage. This is a beta, after all.
There are even more customizable colors in One UI 5.0
- Samsung has offered Material You-style dynamic theming since One UI 4.1. However, in One UI 5, there are more style options available. One UI 4.1 lets you pick from three dynamic themes based on your wallpaper or a single stock theme that makes UI accent colors primarily blue. One UI 5.0 offers more themes.
- Options vary by wallpaper, but we saw as many as 11 wallpaper-based dynamic options and 12 static themes in a range of colors, including four two-tone options.
Notifications and quick settings get some nice tweaks
- The notification shade in One UI 5 has a new look, with bigger and bolder app icons. Notification settings have also been revamped to make it simpler to block notifications from apps that might be making too much noise.
- While the first One UI 5 beta showed five Quick Settings in the partially expanded notification shade, down from six in One UI 4, the second beta rolled that change back. Expanding the shade fully will still show the same 12 tiles as before.
Permission dialogs get a stock-Android look
- In what we hope is a sign of things to come, the permission dialogs in One UI 5 have a more stock-Android look than in One UI 4, with big, rounded buttons that adopt your system theme’s colors. A leak some months ago pointed to these dialogs moving further up the screen, but in the current beta, they’re still down and near your thumbs.
- Tapping highlights selectable text, which you can interact with the way you would in a web browser. Long press a word, and then drag the blue handles that appear over the text you want to highlight. You’ll see options to copy the text or search for it online.
New experimental multitasking gestures come to One UI 5
- Samsung added experimental support for a couple of new multitasking gestures: a two-finger swipe up from the bottom of the Home-screen that serves as a shortcut to opening a second app in split-screen view and a swipe in from either top corner of the screen to put your current app in a floating windowed view. They’re quick and relatively intuitive ways to access useful functionality that was previously hidden in the recent apps view.
You can customize caller backgrounds
- Samsung’s Contacts app on One UI 5, when editing a contact, there’s a View more option that surfaces settings to customize that contact’s ringtone, vibration pattern, and the background image that appears when they call.
A new accessibility feature lets you magnify text and objects with a simple zoom toggle
- Depending on your preference, the feature can be accessed with physical button presses or by tapping a software accessibility icon.
- The magnifier looks like a simplified camera viewfinder, with a big, easy-to-use zoom slider and options to turn your flashlight on, take a photo, or adjust image brightness. To turn the feature on, go to Settings > Accessibility > Visibility enhancements > Magnifier.
Lastly, in this, you know about Realme 4.0, One UI 5.0, and its features. Both OS features are amazing, some are enhanced from previous versions, and some are newly added.
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