NEW DELHI: Google has officially released the stable version of its latest Android 12 operating system for pixel smartphones. Other smartphone manufacturers are also preparing to launch the next iteration of the patented user interface. Oppo recently announced ColorOS 12 along with its plans to release updates for Oppo and OnePlus smartphones. Now another Chinese smartphone manufacturer has presented its plans to launch Android 12 for its smartphones.
The smartphone manufacturer Realme has announced that they will be rolling out a stable update to Android 12 for the Realme GT series soon. The company announced that users of the Realme GT series smartphone will soon be able to join the official Realme community to request an update.
Realme also said it will release Realme UI 3.0 simultaneously worldwide. This means that the Realme GT, Realme GT Master Edition, and Realme GT Explorer Edition will be the company’s first smartphones to receive the update to Android 12. The company also said it will eventually roll out the update to other Realme smartphones.
Android 12 offers new privacy settings and material design. The latest versions of the operating system offer functions such as a data protection dashboard, which provides a uniform overview of your authorization settings and which data is accessed, how often, and from which applications. It also allows you to revoke app permissions directly from the control panel.
The operating system also promises to give your Android phone a new look with its Material You design interface. The Android 12 operating system will completely change the look of Android phones with the new Material You UI design. The user interface is available with new color options, animations, tile designs, and more.
Meanwhile, Relame is ready to expand its GT smartphone series. The company is expected to launch the new Realme GT Neo smartphone in India this month.