Realme is getting ready to launch the Realme 3 Pro in the Philippines. Come May 17, we’ll finally know how much the smartphone is going to cost here. But even before the said date, you can actually preorder the device already.
(Article updates, May 17: Realme 3 Pro review: Pro performance and features for less and Realme 3 Pro price in PH is pretty aggressive)
Starting May 10 until May 17, the company will take reservations for what it calls “the real gaming pro” at its concept kiosks and partner MemoXpress, PC Express, and Fonestyle stores nationwide.
Just go to any of the shops listed here, make a P500 (almost $10) non-refundable down payment, and choose from either the variant with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage or the one with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
This is a blind preorder, so again, you won’t know the price of the Realme 3 Pro until the 17th. However, keep in mind that in India, the base model is available for ₹13,999 (P10,478 or $201) while the unit with higher memory configuration sells for ₹16,999, or about P12,726 or $244. Pretty aggressive pricing for a phone powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor.
Early adopters will get freebies worth P3,198 ($61): one gift pack that contains a selfie stick, a glass bottle, and a phone bracket plus a Pro kit that includes a mobile game controller and a mobile tripod.
Redemption period of the preordered Realme 3 Pro — which will be at the store where you made the down payment — is from May 25 to 26. That’s when you pay the balance as well.
To see how the device stacks up against the competition, check out the specs-comparison chart that the company made for the Indian market, where it’s already the No. 4 smartphone brand even if it has just turned one.
And just to tease you…
Picture taken with the Realme 3 Pro in Auto mode
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