If there’s any doubt that the Realme 3 Pro is coming to the country, the post of Realme Philippines’ social media manager quashes it.
(Article updates, May 17: Realme 3 Pro review: Pro performance and features for less and Realme 3 Pro price in PH is pretty aggressive. Update, May 4: Just as we reported! Read this: Realme 3 Pro Philippine launch date confirmed. Update, May 7: Good news for Mobile Legends fans! Read this: Mobile Legends now has High Frame Rate mode for SD 710 devices.)
Larson Smit has begun teasing the smartphone that was launched April 22 in India, where the brand is currently tied with OPPO in fourth place after Xiaomi, Samsung, and Vivo.
Notice the watermark on the lower left side of the picture? It clearly says, “Shot on Realme 3 Pro,” confirming it’s a photo taken with the said device.
Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor, the Pro model is marketed as a phone that’s perfect for those who prioritize speed, especially when gaming. It has set its sights on the Samsung Galaxy M30 and the Redmi Note 7 Pro, two equally capable units in the category. On paper, Realme’s entry has a clear advantage, but we wonder if that’s enough to win in real-world usage.
In India, the Realme 3 Pro with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage is priced at ₹13,999, or roughly P10,400 or $201. The version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage, on the other hand, sells for ₹16,999, or about P12,629 or $244.
How much will the handset cost when it hits retail stores in the Philippines? Will the same memory configurations be offered here? And when exactly is it going to be launched in the country? We’ll bring you updates as soon as we have them.
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