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Realme 3 Pro is expected to launch in April with 48 MP camera

04 March 2019 4

Realme 3 was recently launched as an affordable smartphone featuring Helio P70 SoC though the company left a teaser at the end of the launch ceremony sharing the possibility of Realme 3 Pro to be announced soon as well. Now as part of the latest developments in this regard, the teased smartphone with more powerful specs would be landing for Indian market quite soon as a direct competitor to Redmi Note 7 Pro.


The phone is expected to be amazing in the camera department and also would offer strong internals for fast processing as shared by Realme’s CEO Madhav Sheth. Currently, there are no words on the specifications though he promised that “the best is yet to come”.

This hints towards a beast of a camera which might be a 48MP camera sensor that was rumored earlier. Another speculation is in regards to the availability of Snapdragon 670/675 as Realme 3 had Mediatek chipset. Talking about the price tag, we could expect a heavier price to this one compared to Realme 3 though it would not be super expensive compared to the other flagships in the market considering how Realme’s core mantra is to offer affordable smartphones with impressive specs.

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