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Realme 9 Pro+ gets first Android 13 (Realme UI 4.0) beta update [New features & changelog]

Realme is serious about the beta program of the Realme UI based on Android 13: after starting it beta test on the Realme GT 2 Pro in early August and on the Realme GT Neo 3 & Realme GT 2 at the end of last month, the Chinese manufacturer starts distribution on the mid-range, starting from Realme 9 Pro+ 5G.

The Android 13 beta is starting to expand to the mid-range after peeking out on the Realme GT 2 Pro and Realme GT Neo 3. While for the 2022 flagships we have already arrived in India in the Open beta.

Realme has started rolling out the first Android 13 beta update for Realme 9 Pro+ 5G in India. The build number is RMX3392_11_C.01, with a required download of approximately 5.22GB.

The latest update brings new features include the aquamorphic design, new Home Screen – large folders, media playback control, new widgets. It also add eye comfort in kid space. In addition the update is improving gaming experience- upgrades to HyperBoos GPA 4.0 to stabilise the frame rate and balance the performance and power consumption in key scenarios and much more,

How to update Realme 9 Pro+ to Android 13

If you have successfully registered for Early Access Beta of Android 13 then go into settings> scroll down and tab on about device> click on Realme UI icon> tab on download & install.

Unfortunately for the time being you can’t upgrade Realme 9 Pro+ 5G to the Android 13-based Realme UI 3.0 beta unless you’re a resident of India. The beta program does not usually arrive in other regions. For the stable version we will have to wait a few months.

Realme 9 Pro+ Android 13 Beta Changelog:

  • Aquamorphic Design
    • Adds Aquamorphic Design theme colours for enhanced visual comfort.
    • Applies the Aquamorphic Design philosophy to animations to make them natural and vivid.
    • Adds Shadow-Reflective Clock, with shadows to simulate the orientation of the sun and moon.
    • Adds a Home screen world clock widget to show the time in different time zones.
    • Upgrades to Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, with a new behaviour recognition feature, which recognises complex gestures and provides optimised interactions.
    • Optimises UI layers for a clearer and neater visual experience.
    • Applies real-world physics to animations to make them look more natural and intuitive.
    • Optimises the widget design to make information easier and quicker to find.
    • Optimises fonts for better readability.
    • Optimises system icons by using the latest colour scheme to make the icons easier to recognise.
    • Enriches and optimises illustrations for features by incorporating multicultural and inclusive elements.
  • Efficiency
    • Adds large folders to the Home screen. You can now open an app in an enlarged folder with just one tap and turn pages in the folder with a swipe.
    • Adds media playback control, and optimises the Quick Settings experience.
    • Adds more markup tools for screenshot editing.
    • Adds support for adding widgets to the Home screen, making information display more personalised.
    • Optimises Shelf. Swiping down on the Home screen will bring up Shelf by default. You can search content online and on your device.
  • Security & privacy
    • Optimises Private Safe. The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is used to encrypt all files for enhanced security of private files.
    • Health & Digital wellbeing
    • Adds Eye comfort in Kid Space to protect children’s vision.
  • Gaming experience
    • Upgrades to HyperBoost GPA 4.0 to stabilise the frame rate and balance the performance and power consumption in key scenarios.
Realme 9 Pro plus gets first Android 13

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Prashant

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