The Realme 3 Pro Android 10 Update with Realme UI is rolling out to users, per the official roadmap. Here’s what the OTA brings to the table.
The biggest change is of course the transition to Realme UI, which is closer to stock Android. The new Smart Sidebar allows for One handed usage, and supports Split-screen mode, Assistive Ball, Floating Window (and Bubbles)
3-finger screenshot gesture is available and you can capture the screen by holding and swiping long. Short swiping will capture a partial screenshot. The screenshot preview position and the screenshot sound can be customized. Drag a preview upwards to share it or down to take a long screenshot.
The Realme 3 Pro Android 10 update brings the operating system’s latest Navigation Gestures, and these are supported in Landscape mode. You also get the new Focus mode for a distraction-free experience.
There is a new charging animation, Quick Settings panel. Screen recording now has an option to pause, trim video, audio source selection, a floating window and settings. New ringtones are available including a Weather (dynamic) ringtone, new sounds have been added for file deletion, compass and calculator apps. Talkbalk accessibility has floating prompts.
The Settings can be used to view the memory of recent tasks and locked apps. Realme Share allows you to share files with OPPO, Vivo and Xiaomi devices. You can open a floating calculator from the Quick Settings or the Smart Sidebar.
The Realme 3 Pro Android 10 Update adds new Live wallpapers, artistic wallpapers, and Animated Wallpapers. You can customize the homescreen app icon size, shape and style. A Simple Mode is available that uses larger fonts, icons and a clearer layout.
Security wise, your phone will generate a random MAC address when connected to Wi-Fi to prevent targeted ads.
The version number of the Realme 3 Pro Android 10 Update RMX1851EX_11_C.01.
Users who got the update are reporting at the official forums, that the update weighs about 3.52GB to download. The OTA is being rolled out in patches and the support page doesn’t have the latest version yet, so you may need to wait for a few days before it reaches you.