Realme, a couple of weeks ago, launched their highly awaited, Realme X. However, that wasn’t the end of it. The company seems to be gearing up to build something of its own. The news comes directly from Realme CEO, Madhav Sheth who announced on Twitter about the Mystery project.
Sheth has also invited users who want to try out the unreleased software and have some experience in the field so that they can report bugs and provide some feedback before it is publicly launched. However, the software can only be beta-tested on the Realme 3 Pro. Odd? Isn’t it?
Mystery Project Alert !!! Any Guess ?
Fans having experience in beta testing of pre-released software and reporting bugs are invited to participate.
Limited seats only.
— Madhav X (@MadhavSheth1) July 29, 2019
Sheth has shared a link to the Realme forum page wherein you can see the official announcement with Google forms link for the fans to enroll in. The post clearly notes that only a few applications will be accepted since they want to keep the report to the point. A list of requirements was also posted on the Realme forum which you can read below. Users also need to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) in order to keep things secret before the launch.
Many rumors suggest that this project might be RealmeOS in the making. This is not the first time rumors about RealmeOS have made it into the news. Interestingly, the project is named ‘Project X’ and for some reason, the company’s latest offering, the Realme X, is not a part of the beta testing.
Pre-requisites for entering the beta program:
- – Proven experience in beta testing and debugging.
- – Owns a realme 3 Pro (no other device will be accepted).
- – Bugs and feedback need to be expressed in English.