It’s finally here. The Realme 3 Pro is officially in the Philippines, ready to battle it out with other midrange smartphones on the market.
Realme, which first debuted in India barely a year ago, heads to China with a smartphone that has never been introduced in any of the markets it’s in. Not in India, not in the Philippines, not anywhere else.
The Realme 3 Pro is launching in the Philippines May 17 — that we all know. But how about the Realme C2 that was announced alongside the gaming-focused phone in India?
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.
The annual Google developer conference kicked off today, and part of the software giant’s keynote included updates to Android Q, the next major release of Google’s mobile operating system.
A new update for Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, one of the most popular MOBAs or multiplayer online battle arena games around, has been rolled out today, May 7.
The Realme 3 Pro is set to launch in the Philippines May 17, as we previously reported. But before that, the OPPO sub-brand is expected to make headlines in China by announcing its flagship smartphone lineup for 2019.
Yesterday, we reported that Realme has begun teasing the Realme 3 Pro in the Philippines, confirming rumors of its impending local release. It turns out the company’s flagship smartphone is indeed launching in the country soon. This month, actually.
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.
Realme is gearing up to enter the Chinese market about a year after the former OPPO sub-brand was launched in India, where it currently is one of the top five smartphone brands. What is it going to unveil there?