Realme, the leading smartphone manufacturer, has recently launched a new feature called Mini Capsule on its latest device, the Realme C55 NFC.
This feature has already caught the attention of tech enthusiasts and is being compared to Apple’s Dynamic Island, which was introduced in iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
However, what sets Mini Capsule apart is that it is the first hardware feature of its kind on an Android phone, according to Realme Indonesia.
Let’s take a closer look at what this feature can do and how it can benefit users.
Charging Status Notifications
One of the most significant benefits of Mini Capsule is its ability to display the charging status of your device. When your phone is charging, you can check the charging level by simply looking at the notification light on the Mini Capsule. It changes color depending on the battery level, and you can set customized notifications for different battery percentages. This feature is a huge plus for those who are always on the go and need to keep their devices charged at all times.
Mini Capsule can also keep track of the number of steps you take each day. At the end of the day, it displays the total number of steps you have taken. You can set it to stop counting after a particular time, so it won’t disturb you when you are sleeping or busy with work. This feature is perfect for fitness enthusiasts who want to monitor their daily physical activity.
Data Usage Notifications
Mini Capsule’s ‘Dynamic Island,’ which belongs to Realme C33, can display data usage. You can set the data limit to 2 GB, and if you go over the limit, a notification will appear on the Mini Capsule. This feature is especially useful for those who have limited data plans and want to keep track of their data usage.
While there are currently only three functions available, Realme Indonesia promises to provide updates for other functions soon. In the near future, you can expect Mini Capsule to have additional capabilities, making it even more useful for daily activities.