Realme 3 will be making its official debut in the Pakistani market next week on 15th April. The latest smartphone will be the successor to Realme 2 which was introduced in the global market in September last year.
As we draw closer to the launch, Mr. Harvey Head of Marketing Realme Pakistan said “The Realme 3 is built to power the style of youngsters. Building upon its vibrant features, Realme 3 calls upon youngsters with its exquisite design.”
The company was first launched as the sub-brand of Oppo but in mid-2018, it announced its separation to become a separate entity. Realme launched its first product the Realme 1 in May 2018 in India and the later introduced Realme 2 in September.
It made its official entry into the smartphone market earlier this year with the launch of Realme 2 Pro and Realme C1 now in just two months time, it is introducing another device for the Pakistani users.
The smartphone will come with unibody design and gradient colors. It will be powered by MediaTek P60 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It features a 6.22-inch FullView Display with a dewdrop notch boasting an 88.3% screen-to-body ratio.
Realme 3 also packs 4230mAh high capacity battery so we can expect the device to last the whole day without much trouble.
The smartphone brand is targeted towards the youth which demands design and performance with an affordable tag. We were quite impressed with Realme 2 Pro in our extensive testing for phone review so we are looking forward to seeing what the new smartphone will offer.
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