Following the ongoing declaration of Realme’s achievement in India and around the world, the brand has asked Realme 3 Pro clients to pursue a ‘Baffling Project X.’ Although there have been no official disclosures seeing the task starting at yet, it ought to be noticed that CEO Madhav Sheth has effectively affirmed a Realme-made OS. At the point when gotten some information about Realme OS in scene 6 of #AskMadhav (May), he said that Realme for sure has been chipping away at its own Operating System. On July 29, the CEO posted a ‘secretive’ callout on Twitter.
Riddle Project X: Realme OS or SOMETHING ELSE?
We don’t know whether the Mystery Project X is Realme OS — it is all simply unadulterated theory. In any case, there are a few signs that the presentation of Realme OS may simply be around the bend. If the general hunch of nearly the entire tech network ends up being incorrectly, there’s another probable plausibility to consider.
Since Realme hasn’t indicated why it took in just Realme 3 Pro clients. Our group delved a little in the heap of secret. We found that Realme 3 Pro, for the time being, has the best supportability of Android Q out of all the Realme telephones accessible. Thus, Realme may have asked Realme 3 Pro clients to test the beta variant of ColorOS dependent on Android Q. We, in any case, make no certification of it as these are negligible hypotheses.
Realme OS: Past Mentions and Leaks
Back in January, 91Mobiles revealed recording of a trademark application that alludes to a ‘RealmeOS.’ This application by Realme with the UK Intellectual Property Office affirms that Realme had started to take a shot at the Realme OS by January. The application likewise implies that Realme OS could be a multi-reason Operating System. Which means, there are parts to be conjectured!
Realme OS Release Date: Mystery Project X Speculation
Notwithstanding the necessities determined in a prior segment, Realme has approached. Every one of the clients chose for ‘Secret Project X’ to consent to a Non-Disclosure Arrangement. The ‘ban period’ for beta testing of the (perhaps) RealmeOS programming began on July 1 and will end year and a half from that point. There is adequate information from past months to state that Realme started taking a shot at the task toward the start of 2019, by most recent. Assembling this information, we get that Realme has legitimately set to put in any event two sweet years into the ‘Secret Project X.’ Even Realme’s sister organization OnePlus took around three years to structure the OxygenOS, and Huawei is taking longer than perpetually to complete the Hongmeng (or Ark) OS!