Realme promised to deliver its home-baked custom overlay on top of Android 10 called Realme UI straying away from Oppo's ColorOS and it did so for a number of its phones already. Since yesterday, the Realme 3 and 3i also join the list and the new software brings a ton of new changes and features.
It's important to note that the new Realme UI is entirely based on Android 10 and has more of that stock-ish look. Underneath it's still a ColorOS engine with all the performance tweaks that entails. The update itself weighs around 213MB and it's it's almost identical for the two handsets.
Along with the new looks, the firmware adds a Smart Sidebar feature, improved navigation gestures, revamped notification panel, improved camera performance and more. You can check out the full changelog for both phones at the source links below. There are a lot of changes to go through.