Realme launched the Realme 3 in India. The Realme 3 is the successor to Realme 2 in India. While Realme India CEO, Madhav Seth also hinted for a Realme 3 Pro which will be launched in April.

Realme 3 comes with the Helio P70 SoC from MediaTek. As we know, Realme 1 comes with Helio P60 and Realme 2 coming with the Snapdragon 450 SoC. In terms of performance, the difference is not too far away. But Realme promises some other hidden charges.

At the front, Realme 3 features a 6.2-inch screen with HD + resolution and has tiny water drop notch. The screen itself is protected with Gorilla Glass 3. The available model options are 3GB / 32GB and 4GB / 64GB. There is still microSD up to 256 GB.

In terms of Camera, the Realme 3 has two cameras, one main camera module with 13 MP resolution plus an f/1.8 aperture and the second module is 2 MP for depth sensing. In addition, Realme has also added additional software, such as Nightscape and Chroma Boost.

From its name, Nightscape is certainly not removable from night-time or low-light shooting features, while Chroma Boost is a feature that uses image arrangement to increase dynamic range, colour and reduces noise.

In front, the 13 MP Realme 3 will support AI Facial Unlock with a fingerprint scanner placed on the back of the device.

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The Realme 3 has been equipped with a 4,230 mAh battery capacity, unfortunately, it does not support fast charging or fast charge (5V / 2A – 10W charger). Positive, this smartphone is already running with ColorOS 6 based on Android 9 Pie.

Along with the Indian version, Realme also launched a global variant. The difference is that Realme, which is sold in the global market, will come with the MediaTek Helio P60 SoC, but still inserts specifications and other features. There are three colours offered, namely Dynamic Black, Radiant Blue, and Black.

The price for the 3GB / 32GB model, it is sold at INR 8,999, while the 4GB / 64GB model is priced at INR 10,999.