Realme X2 Pro ColorOS 7 Update: Screenshots Reveal UI Design, Icon Customisation Features & More


A little while ago, Realme debunked the possibility of the much-hyped Realme OS and confirmed that the future Realme smartphones would be running on the ColorOS skin only. That, however, was not the end to it, as the company further said that the ColorOS skin its devices would be utilising would be tailored, customised, and “closer to stock Android”. The official roadmap for the ColorOS 7 OS update for the Realme devices has also been revealed. Now, we finally have our first look at how the skin is going to look like, courtesy of a bunch of leaked screenshots of the Realme X2 Pro device running on the latest ColorOS 7 update. Thanks to the screenshots, we have a working clue as to how the new UI is going to look like, and some of the features of the latest ColorOS 7 update for the Realme smartphones are going to be. Let’s have a look at all of them.

Realme X2 Pro ColorOS 7 update: Leaked screenshots showcase the update features

As seen in the first image, the ColorOS 7, which we are going to see on the Realme devices is going to feature a different set of visuals, as the icons are revamped. Plus, the Art+ wallpapers will make their way to the Realme devices as well. The Green accent has been taken over by Blue. The icon size, the text style, and fonts can be tweaked as per one’s liking. Moving on, the notification shade is rounded around the corners, and we can locate the Realme Share mode there.

Also Read: Here’s the First Look at Android 10-based ColorOS 7 Running on the Realme X2 Pro

Moving on, the incoming call-screen interface is also slightly different and is more minimal when compared to the previous iteration. The always-on lock screen display can now be customised, and the on-screen fingerprint unlock interface now comes with an increased variety of animations.

As of now, the Realme ColorOS 7 update is only available in beta, and it is difficult to tell as to how “close” the interface is to the stock Android. Still, the stable build rollout is right around the corner so that we will get more clarity on the same in the coming days.

What are your thoughts on the leaked screenshots of the Realme ColorOS 7 UI? In case you find out something in the screenshots that we have missed out on, feel free to drop your comments on the same.