Android 10 based realme UI early access is now rolling out to select realme 3 and realme 3i users

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Recently, realme rolled out an early access program for Android 10 based realme UI for its realme 3 and realme 3i users. Now, realme has started rolling out the beta update to the limited users who signed up for the early access program. The update is around 2.46 GB in size and comes with a version number RMX1827EX_11_C.03.

The new update brings many new features such as improved dark mode, improved sidebar, 3-finger screenshot gesture, partial screenshot, new animated wallpapers, dual earphone connections, customizable icon styles, Android 10 gesture support, new camera UI, new charging animation, realme share, random MAC address generator, added YouTube music, and more.

To install the update without issues, selected users for the early access program must ensure that the available device storage is more than 5GB, and the device has more than 60 percent charge. After the upgrade, users will not be able to go back to any previous version. Since the operating system is in the development stage, users may encounter bugs.

Last month, realme rolled out an update for realme 3 and realme 3i devices that added VoWiFi support for Airtel and Jio. The update is around 147MB with version RMX1821EX_11.A.26. The update also comes with the March Android security patch.

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Sumit is the Editor-in-chief at OnlyTech. He loves to cover news about Windows PCs, Android, Smart Devices, and more. You can always find him experimenting with electronic devices when not in front of a computer.

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