Here’s the full list of devices that have received the Smooth Scrolling feature so far:
- Realme XT (software version RMX1921EX_11.C.06)
- Realme X (software version RMX1901EX_11.C.05)
- Realme X2 (software version RMX1992EX_11.C.11 / RMX1992AEX_11.C.11)
- Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom (software version RMX2081PU_11.A.39)
- Realme 3 Pro (software version RMX1851EX_11.C.07)
- Realme 5 Pro (software version RMX1971EX_11.C.05)
Since its delivery, Realme’s custom Android programming, Realme UI, has figured out how to make its own devoted fanbase. The underlying form of Realme UI depends on Android 10, while the forthcoming second era of the skin ought to be coordinated on head of Android 11. Android perfectionists probably won’t care for Realme’s interpretation of the working framework, however the OEM offers a plenty of extra highlights and conduct changes through their custom UI that you won’t find in stock Android. One such element is “Smooth Scrolling”, which is currently being bit by bit turned out to various Realme cell phones.
As indicated by the organization, clients will encounter “an outwardly smoother, quicker impact when looking over substance downwards or upwards” in the wake of empowering the Smooth Scrolling choice. The execution feels more like a product copied liquid parchment movement which produces results when you begin to look inside an application. Because of such a plan, the quickened impact is more unmistakable when you’re experiencing a limitless parchment channel, similar to the one on Facebook or Twitter.
Starting at now, the Smooth Scrolling switch can be found under Settings=>realme Lab, which implies the OEM still can’t seem to stamp it as a steady component. For those inexperienced with the idea of “Realme Lab”, it is an uncommon module of Realme UI through which the organization conducts pilot trial of work-in-progress OS functionalities by genuine clients. In light of the criticism after some time, Realme will for all time meld the element with the hidden OS, in spite of the fact that we know nothing concrete about the timetable.