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The Realme will mount a layer similar to Android stock

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Realme has known what to do to consolidate itself as one of the leading smart phone companies in India. Why? Why Their phones offer good specifications at attractive prices. And this time, it has been revealed that the Realme will mount a layer similar to Android stock.

ColorOS, the layer on Android that the company uses, is software that does not stop convincing in Europe. Therefore, the company has in mind a move that can change things. Keep reading to discover every detail!

ColorOS 7 be similar to Android Stock

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Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme, revealed that the company will continue to provide ColorOS in its smart phones. However, ensure that the company has planned some important changes. Although I did not mention more details about it, he said that ColorOS 7 be very similar to Android Stock. As you could see, the company began to meet a requirement that users have had for quite some time.

Mind you, no information has been revealed about the ColorOS 7 update schedule yet. But when Madhav Sheth was asked about it, he replied that ColorOS 6.0.1 will jump to ColorOS 7 directly. Thanks to those words, we can assume that the launch of ColorOS 7 is just around the corner.

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The Realme X2 Pro debut in India during the month of November. Nothing is written, but neither does the possibility that the company wants to implement the new software experience on your next flagship.

Quiet, we will be attentive to inform you about any developments that arise in this regard. And t How do you think it is the new layer of Realme phones?

Source | XDA

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