Right on schedule, the Realme 3 Pro is finally getting the new Android 10 update with Realme’s own UI.

Yup, you heard it right, Realme UI is now a thing and the Realme 3 Pro is one of the first to get it. The company’s own interface will finally allow Realme to set its product apart from OPPO’s, as they drop the latter’s ColorOS UI.


Realme UI is an Android 10-based interface. It comes with the standard upgrades that the new Android OS version has, plus other extras to tailor the experience for Realme phone owners.

You can customize the icons and animated wallpapers plus, Smart sidebar for shortcuts and most-used apps. Native Android 10 features are also present like the system-wide Dark Mode, improved security, and more.


See also: How to disable ads on Realme devices

The changelog for this update is very long, so make sure you have enough storage space left. Besides the aforementioned visual and system changes, the Realme 3 Pro Realme UI update will also have an optimized camera app and album interface.

New gestures for navigation and taking screenshot are also present. ColorOS’s Game Space is still here, but with a new look.  We have a list of Realme UI features that you can check out to learn more.


If your Realme 3 Pro hasn’t prompted you to update yet, simply search ‘Software Update’ on the settings menu. If it’s still not there, you might have to wait a couple of days more as updates like this usually roll out in different markets gradually.

Here’s the Realme Android 10 update schedule you can check out if you own a different Realme smartphone.

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