Is Realme 3 competent enough to beat all other current exceeding smartphones in the market? Let’s look after all the specifications and features in details.
Realme 3 has been launched in India recently.
The smartphone’s first-ever sellout is set for March 12 on Flipkart and Realme website, and the smartphone will battle with the rivalries of the Redmi Note 7 and the Samsung Galaxy M20. The Realme 3 has been made accessible in three color choices, and the brand has even declared a few launch proposals for the smartphone. Not jus Realme 3, the organization announced that it is also proposing to provide a new Realme 3 Pro smartphone to the nation.
Honest Review of Realme 3: Price, Display, Design and Specifications
The Realme 3 price in India has been decided as Rs. 8,999 for the 3GB RAM + 32GB storage selection and Rs. 10,999 for the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage selection.
The smartphone will be made obtainable in Dynamic Black, Radiant Blue, and Black color selections on Flipkart and Realme website particularly. The first sellout (only Dynamic Black and Black color choices) will be carried on March 12 at 12 PM(Noon) IST, and Realme states that the 3GB RAM alternative value tag is part of an initial offer for the first 1 million customers. The Radiant Blue alternative will be possible from March 26, and it will be accessible via offline shops shortly.
As smartphone producers accomplished that they could multiply down on the idea of the rear panel of a smartphone to reach out from the masses, they started unleashing their creativity and we all have been subjected to various distinct resembling smartphones in the low to middle-range smartphone division. Realme 3 comes in such a course with its private time on the gradient-style design on the rear, which has grown to be a popular go-to option for many OEMs. It will be provided in three color choices, Dynamic Black, Radiant Blue, and Regular Black.
The Realme 3 devices to a unibody configuration crafted from a polycarbonate case which provides a thickness of 8.3mm and the entire smartphone weigh around 175g. The unibody design permits for a more easy grip when handling the smartphone and its shape edges fit quite well in the palm of the hand.
We tried the Radiant Blue variant of the Realme 3 but also accomplished to get our hands on the Dynamic Black color option. The variation among both of them is that the Radiant Blue variant of the smartphone pops-out more than the Dynamic Black Realme 3 looks extra chic and modern.
The blue color alternative has a layer of a silver coating on the rear cover which is due to the reason behind the intense contemplative quality of this alternative. It is additionally covered using a non-conductive vacuum metalizing (NCVM) method to layer the green and blue inks. The Dynamic Black isn’t so contemplative but has a very beautiful angle that’s a mix of black and blue with a small shade of purple. Covering that up with pearl particles gives a kind of base to the rear panel.
During the access of blue variant, we saw painted breaking off near the USB port and while it didn’t touch a wide area, the stability of such paint-jobs do lift a question in a long way.
Starring a 6.22-inch HD+ (1520 x 720 pixels) display coated with Gorilla Glass 3, the Realme 3 stays with the waterdrop-style notch on the head.
The bezels, particularly the chin is a little broader than what’s being proposed by the opposition. In general usage, the display is quite satisfying to watch videos and play games. It gives rich colors, has mediocre viewing edges but with a small blue tint running everywhere the panel. It’s an HD+ panel which doesn’t allow much precision, so contrasting it with AMOLED is just not pretty satisfying.
The waterdrop-style notch offers more screen estate than the regular notch design. It also adds to the inclusiveness of the display making it seem like a part of the smartphone.
For its asking price, the performance on the Realme 3 is at par with what’s being proposed in the market.
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