ByTown Kassis 2019-08-14 617
The idea of Realme's presentation of its own system was fed with the release of "Mystery Project X", for which beta testers with experience in pre-release platform testing were hired.
In terms of hardware, Realme smartphones offer a good return on investment. However, the same cannot be said of the software, considering that the company depends on OPPO's customized Android-based system, ColorOS. The manufacturer clearly wants to change this situation.
Realme's CEO, Madhav Sheth, confirmed that RealmeOS is under development and will be available for current and future devices. He also informed that RealmeOS will probably be based on Android Q.
For now, however, we will have to wait for the release of the Realme 5 series, scheduled for August 20, when we should receive new information.
Realme is currently focused on releasing three 64 million-pixel quad rear camera phones in India before Diwali, and we may see the first RealmeOS-based smartphone by the end of the year or early next year.
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