Realme 3’s NightScape mode coming to all older Realme smartphones

Realme 3 Front- Feature

Earlier this week, Realme 3 was unveiled in India as one of the latest contenders for the sub Rs 10,000 segment war going on in the country. While the debate is still up regarding which is the best smartphone under Rs 10,000 in India. The one thing is clear that no other brands have introduced a handheld Nightscape mode in this segment.

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Realme 3 Nightscape

Interestingly, this segment first feature announced for Realme 3 is coming to older devices of the company. Madhav Seth has shared this information and its a great piece of news for someone who is using the older Realme phones. For a company that’s less than a year old, they have setup quite an example for others to lead. 

At the launch event of Realme3, the company highlight that they have so far pushed 35 OTAs in the last 9 months. It is a tremendous achievement in terms of after-sales service. Keeping its users on the latest build is a huge achievement, which not many brands in India idealise. 

While the company hasn’t shared the release date of when its Nightscape feature will be coming to other devices, we believe it could arrive when the brand is ready to push ColorOS 6.0. We know that the company has promised Android 9 Pie based update of ColorOS in H1, 2019. Thus, it could mean by June his year, all the devices could be receiving the Nightscape feature.

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Unfortunately, the timeline of which devices would be receiving it when hasn’t been shared yet. But the CEO of the company has assured that it would be happening. So, there’s that positive point.

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