It seemed perhaps a mirage Android 10 on not quite recent Realme 3 Pro, smartphone released more than a year ago entering in direct competition with the Redmi Note 7. The Chinese company has fulfilled the promises made and recently released a full-bodied update, introducing its Realme UI natively based on the latest major release of the green robot, aka Android 10. But maybe for someone, the efforts made by Realme have not been enough, maybe someone is a true fan of the super stock interface or simply the desire to be part of the world of the modding: from today these could find new joys thanks to the official support to LineageOS 16..
Realme 3 Pro receives official support for LineageOS 16
Obviously to proceed with the installation of the new software it will be necessary to have the root permissions active and the TWRP recovery installed. However, we specify that LineageOS 16 to Realm 3 Pro is still based on Android 9 Pie, therefore it would be a step back in terms of firmware release. So if you don't want to leave Android 10 then the advice is to leave things as they are on your smartphone or look for something else, while if instead you love the stock interface of Androidm so much then you can proceed with ill download for free
As a reminder, we remind you that the LineageOS ROM is based on the operating system Android (AOSP), which arises from the ashes of the best known Cyanogenmod. Its aims are to resume the development from where the CyanogenMod project had stopped but at the same time to break away from its past with Cyanogen Inc. Nightly they are compiled and built automatically every week always based onlatest version of Android and including the latest security patches every month. (source Wikipedia).
But apart from the historical preamble, if you want to try the LineageOS 16 and then go back to Android 9 Pie on your Realme 3 Pro, proceed with the download but always remember that the modding operations are delicate and therefore recommended only to expert and aware users. So if you don't know where to put your hand better than you leave it alone.