Realme 3 has been launched in India with a base price of Rs 8,999 and comes with the Helio P70 SoC from MediaTek. The Realme 3 is a direct competitor to Redmi Note 7 and Samsung Galaxy M20. The Realme 3 gives a tough competition in this price segment but here are the 3 Reasons to Skip Realme 3
The Realme 3 uses a Micro-USB port which is below par, using a Type C will give you a huge advantage. Type C allows Faster charging over traditional Type C moreover Type-C allows you to an external display, connect speakers, Reverse Charge other devices.
The Realme 3 comes with an HD+ display (1520 by 720 pixels) while an FHD+ display 2340×1080 is common in this price segment. The recently launched Redmi Note 7 and Samsung M20 both feature an FHD+ display.
Having an HD+ display won’t be an issue in day to day use but while gaming you can definitely see the difference between an FHD+ and HD+ display as the graphics quality will not be good due to low resolution.
Below Par Camera performance
The Realme 3 uses a 13+2 MP rear camera and a single 13MP front-facing Camera. The Helio P70 supports 4K Video while Realme 3 can only record up to (30fps / 1080p) and Slo-Mo (90fps / 720p) which is very underwhelming.