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Realme UI Early Access Android 10 available for Realme 3, Realme 3i

06 April 2020 0

Realme has announced that Realme UI Early Access based on Android 10 is now available for Realme 3 and Realme 3i. It is essentially a beta build and the team is seeking beta testers. The idea is to get user feedback and fix reported major issues before releasing it for everyone with the devices.

The official forum post mentions that only a limited number of users will be selected for Early Access. It has further warned that once a user upgrades to Realme UI, they will not be able to roll back to any of the previous versions. This is an important thing to keep in mind before you accept your enrollment in the beta program.

Another thing to remember is that beta builds are usually quite stable but still have a few issues with certain performance aspects and app behavior. These issues are exactly what the Realme team wants to fix ahead of a stable rollout. If you are not okay with running a buggy build, it is advised that you wait for the stable version. The team is further recommending taking a data backup before proceeding with the beta build installation.

Realme 3 and Realme 3i users will have to ensure that there is at least 5GB of storage space available. The battery capacity should be at 60% or higher. If you fulfill these criteria and are okay with the aforementioned conditions, you can visit the source link to get started with your application submission. For some reason, Realme has not revealed the date of the beta build rollout.

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