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Realme 3 and Realme 3i Gets Android 10 with Realme UI

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Earlier this year, Realme officially announced its home-baked custom overlay dubbed Realme UI. With the new skin, the Chinese smartphone maker is trying to get away from Oppo’s ColorOS which has received mix criticism from the community. As of now, the company has already rolled out the new UI to various devices. It includes Realme X, Realme X2/X2 Pro, Realme 5 Pro, and Realme 3 Pro. The update has now made its way to the Realme 3 and Realme 3i smartphones.

Both the devices have now started receiving the new Android 10 update bringing some new additions and changes. It is great to see that the company is sticking with its announced schedule. The new Realme UI is completely based on Android 10 and offers a stock-ish experience. The Android 10 update brings the version RMX1821EX_11.C.09 to both the devices.

Realme 3, Realme 3i Android 10 Update: Key Additions

The new Android 10 update brings an entirely new aesthetics along with some useful additions. We’re looking at features such as Smart Sidebar, improved navigation gestures, revamped notification panel and more. With Realme UI, the company is touting three key principles – Functionality, Enriching and Young & Dynamic.

The new software offers some solid customization capabilities to the users. For instance, you can customize icon by choosing between material, round and pebble icon styles. If not, you can also set your own custom icon shape and size. The new user interface also adds Screen Light effects that are similar to Samsung’s Edge Lighting. The new Android 10 Realme UI comes with Dual Mode Music Share which allows you to connect your Bluetooth and wired earphones simultaneously so that you and your friend can listen to the same song.

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There are numerous other additions such as Simple Mode, Focus Mode, Riding Mode, Game Space, Game Assistant and more. With Realme UI, the company’s software department looks to be on the right path.

Via: gizchina.com

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