Realme UI 3.0 [Android 12]: New Theme based on the wallpaper, 3D Icons, Sketchpad AOD

Realme started as a sub-brand of OPPO in 2018, which means that Realme has been using ColorOS on its smartphones for some time, and then users began to request custom UIs specifically for Realme devices.

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Although the company didn’t really work on a brand new operating system, they developed a slightly modified version of ColorOS and called it Realme UI. Realme UI draws on many UI elements and functions of ColorOS because it is mainly just the top skin. This is what we continue to observe in the third iteration of Realme UI-Realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12.

Realme UI 3.0 for Android 12

Fluid Space Design, 3D Icons, Sketchpad AOD, Fluid Experience, AI Smooth Engine, Floating Window 2.0, Privacy Enhancements, and Dashboard are some of the highlights of the next version of Realme UI making the 3.0 more fluid, secure and fun!

Realme UI 3.0 has not changed much in terms of appearance. The UI is largely similar to what it looks like on Realme UI 2.0, but with some subtle changes. The notification drawer now looks slightly different, as does the layout when you open the Settings app.

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Compared to the previous version of the UI, everything looks more spaced. Setting options in the application has also become simpler, making its overall appearance more concise. The icons representing the corresponding settings have become larger and easier to identify.

The default icons on the home screen and application drawer have also undergone minor changes. Each icon has a new, unique color palette that makes it easier to distinguish applications. These icons also have a 3D appearance, with a lot of shadows adding depth.

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