On Wednesday, Realme has announced Realme 3 and Realme 3i, these two devices will now receive Realme UI based on Android 10. Realme Rolls Realme UI Based Android 10.
Realme Rolls Realme UI Based Android 10:
The company announced the development on its forums with the updates said to be rolling out in batches. Realme is going to make some changes in several new elements including changes to the visuals, system, and camera UI.
Realme Share To Support File Sharing:
Now you can share files using Realme share with devices like Vivo, Oppo, and Xiaomi smartphones. Realme is also optimizing gestures with its gestures support extending to landscape mode.
The Realme UI update also introduces a random MAC address generator which aids the devices in generating a random MAC address on connecting to WiFI that prevents users from receiving targeted ads.
Realme UI Expands Exposure:
It is to be note, Realme 3 and Realme 3i was launched with Oppo’s ColorOS 6. Realme is the sub-brand of Oppo, so it largely uses ColorOS on its devices. Further, the Realme UI based on Android 10 is largely inspired by Color OS 7. While a Realme user should be hoping that the future updates bring more uniqueness to the Realme UI, the Android 10 based update would certainly be a step-up.
Realme’s Forum Post:
Realme in its forum post said, “Brand new Real Design makes visuals more attractive and operation more efficient,”. They further go on adding, “Optimized user interface and improved one-handed operation.”
With the update, the company said that the users can drag an app out of Smart Sidebar to open it in split-screen mode. The floating window is also optimized for more apps. A focus mode is also going to be added that provides a minimum distraction to users.
The company also promises new charging animation and the quick settings were said to be optimized for one-handed use. Realme has also added TalkBack floating prompts for accessibility.