Realme is preparing something big and is looking for beta testers willing to help polish it. An administrator from the fan forum posted a call for people willing to enroll, but also have experience in beta testing pre-release software and reporting bugs.
To participate in Project X, candidates must have worked with beta software and debugging before. They also must own a Realme 3 Pro – no other device is accepted. Of course, all bugs and feedback must be given in English – after all, Realme is already an international brand and testers need a common language.
Since there is a specific device requested from the testers, we are guessing the Oppo sub-brand is working on an Android Q update but needs to properly develop and test it on its latest successful device, before pushing it to the market.
Since Realme is working hard to present itself as an independent company, we might also see a completely new UI that could replace ColorOS in all future smartphones.
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