Realme UI 3.0 Based On Android 12 Release For GT Neo 2

Realme UI 3.0

Realme has begun rolling out Android 12 to Realme GT Neo 2. The Chinese firm announced Realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12 through a post on its community page. The company further added that it will be a gradual rollout pushed to random users initially. In the coming weeks, it will reach a large number of users. 

What’s more, the new update Android 12 Update from Realme brings a new UI design to Realme GT Neo 2. Moreover, it also optimizes the method of switching floating windows between different sizes and brings new security and privacy features.

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Official Changelog for Realme UI 3.0

Here is completing changelog for the new Android 12 based update as shared by Realme:

New design

  • The all-new design, which emphasizes a sense of space, delivers a simple, clean and comfortable visual and interactive experience.
  • Revamps the page layout based on the principle of reducing visual noise and spacing out elements, and prioritizes information with different colors to make key information stand out.
  • Redesigns icons using new materials to give more depth and a greater sense of space and texture to the icons.
  • Optimizes Quantum Animation Engine: Quantum Animation Engine 3.0 implements the concept of mass to make animations more lifelike and optimizes more than 300 animations to bring a more natural user experience.
  • More creative Always-On Display: Adds realmeow and Portrait silhouette to let you freely express yourself.

 Convenience & efficiency

  • Adds “Background stream”: Apps in Background stream mode continue playing the audio of a video when you leave them or lock your phone.
  • FlexDrop is renamed Flexible Windows and is optimized.
  • Optimizes the method of switching floating windows between different sizes.
  • You can now drag a file from My Files or a photo from the Photos app to a floating window.

 Security and privacy

  • Privacy-related functions including Privacy protection, Passwords, and Emergency calls can now all be found in Phone Manager.
  • Optimises spam block rules: Adds a rule for blocking MMS messages.


  • Adds Quick launch, a feature that detects the apps you use frequently and pre-loads them so you can open them quickly.
  • Adds a chart to display your battery usage.
  • Improves the responsiveness of turning on or off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, and NFC.


  • In team fight scenes, games run more smoothly at a stable frame rate.
  • Reduces the CPU load average and lowers the battery usage.


  • You can now decide which camera modes are displayed on the menu bar and in what order they are displayed.
  •  You can now drag the zoom slider to zoom in or out smoothly when shooting a video using the rear camera.


  • Optimizes the auto-brightness algorithm to adapt screen brightness to more scenes for a comfortable screen reading experience


  • Optimizes accessibility:

 – Adds visuals to text instructions for an intuitive understanding of accessibility functions.

 – Optimizes categorization of functions by grouping them into vision, hearing, interactive actions, and general.

 – TalkBack supports more system apps including Photos, Phones, Mail, and Calendar.

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