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Realme 3 Pro rumored specs confirmed by Geekbench listing

13 April 2019 2

We have been hearing a lot about Realme 3 Pro in the shape of rumors and speculations. Just recently about three days back, we saw a teaser showcasing Realme 3 Pro highlighting camera and hardware insights. Likewise, we also saw a leak suggesting the presence of Snapdragon 710 and Sony IMX519. The phone is expected to be launched this month with a stunning 48MP camera sensor. Now in the latest development, a lot of rumors and such speculations seemed out to be true.

The phone was seen benchmarked on Geekbench website with Realme RMX1851 brings Snapdragon 710 and 6GB RAM support. Likewise, the phone would also offer 4GB RAM and a 32GB and 64GB storage capacity. The phone would also bring support for Android 9 Pie update offering ColorOS 6. Talking about the points earned in the benchmarking test, the phone scored 1483 and 1590 points in single and multiple cores respectively.

In case you’re wondering, the phone will be released in India on 22nd April with VOOC 3.0 fast charging support. Are you looking forward to getting your hands onto this device? Share your views in the comments section below.



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  • The specs have been in the news for a while now, as a lot of hype has been created around this Realme 3 Pro. 64GB storage looks apt for a number of reasons.

      • When brand are bringing out sub-brands and sub-brands are bringing out Pro phones, they have to be bang on. The 48MP camera phones, for example, can be one of the USPs.


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