The Realme 3 was recently introduced and, honestly speaking, does not have much to offer which would impress us. The device still runs on a Helio P70 chipset and is not a substantial upgrade over the Realme 2 Pro by any means.
Turns out that the company has much better in store for us with the likes of the upcoming Realme 3 Pro.
The Realme 3 Pro will be launched somewhere in the month of April and will reportedly feature better specifications (which is kind of obvious) especially in terms of the processor to be used and the cameras.
As per Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, the Realme 3 Pro will be both a camera beast and a speed racer as well. This could very well mean that the Realme 3 Pro might feature a 48MP primary camera (pretty much every company has tried to use a 48MP sensor in their budget segment smartphones lately, take the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro for an example).
Starting things off with the display, we are going to get a waterdrop notch coming up with the Realme 3 Pro as well.
Under the hood, the device will be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670/675 chipset which will reportedly be coupled with up to 6GB of RAM.
A massive 4,230 mAh battery is going to fuel the device. As far as the OS is concerned, the Realme 3 Pro will come with Android 9 Pie out of the box.
There will be a rear mounted fingerprint scanner (though an under-display fingerprint scanner was rumored to make its way to the Realme 3 Pro, we don’t expect the company to raise the price of the device too much, so this is most probably not going to happen) and a dual camera setup at the back. One, however, would be able to unlock the device using the facial unlock mechanism too.
As of now, this is all we know about the device, but we will definitely be getting further intel on the same soon as the launch date is not too far away from now.
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