In China, Realme had disclosed its intentions for updating to Android 13 and the Realme UI 4.0, and now Madhav Sheth, president of Realme International, unveiled the roadmap for users worldwide.
The GT Neo 3 and the standard GT2 will join the Realme GT2 Pro before the end of the month, which is now attracting people for Early Access.
The new OS has Realme UI 4.0 on top but the interface hasn’t been officially launched and that’s why Sheth decided to speak only about Android. These dates are for Early Access rollout, meaning the rollout of the final stable version will be a few weeks after the listed time.
Although Realme UI 4.0 was allegedly going to launch on September 15, we haven’t heard anything about it in the previous five days. The debut is imminent, though, since certain testers and tech aficionados are already receiving the early access package. In the days to come, we anticipate learning more.