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Realme Admits Bloatwares in Realme 10 Pro Series Smartphones & Assures Corrective Measures

Bloatwares is quite common in OS of some of the Chinese brands. Some of these unwanted apps can be deleted easily for smooth functioning whereas unfortunately some of the apps remain in the system. Realme is in the news for wrong reasons despite its successful journey in short span of time. Realme has introduced Realme 10 Pro series of smartphones in India two days ago comprising of Realme 10 Pro with 6.7 inch FHD+ 120Hz display and Snapdragon 695 processor starting at INR 18999 and Realme 10 Pro+ with 6.7 INCH FHD+ 120Hz OLED curved Display and MediaTEK Dimensity 1080 processor starting at INR 24999. Both of these phones run on Android 13 with realme UI 4.0 on top. The users have noticed bloatwares in both the phones and Realme is probably the first brand to admit openly the same and has promised corrective measures. We reproduce below Statement of Realme:

“We at realme have taken cognizance of the issue with a few unsuitable app recommendations in the latest realme devices. We take this matter very seriously and are taking strict corrective steps to rectify this error, as we are committed to always delivering the best experience to our users across segments.

Furthermore, we are working on enhancing our keyword monitoring mechanism and optimizing the audit mechanism for unsuitable apps and keywords. The team is also working to come up with a permanent solution to moderate app recommendations on all our devices. There will also be an automatic warning mechanism for our backend team for any such apps for immediate redressal.

We want to assure our users that in addition to tracking recent developments in the app recommendations folder, we are also constantly striving to moderate the user experience by screening such apps. Our team has identified a batch of applications through keyword searches and blacklisted them. So far we have blacklisted more than 95% of the ill-suited recommendations on our smartphones”.


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