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Realme 3 Pro now available with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage

29 April 2019 2

Realme 3 Pro was announced for the Indian market on April 22nd. Today the company announced another variant of the latest Pro phone. The device was launched in two models last week, the base model has 4GB RAM with 64GB storage whereas the top-tier model has 6GB RAM with 128GB storage. Now the Realme fans have another attractive option, you can grab the 6GB RAM model with 64GB native storage. We also heard rumors the company may release an 8GB model later in July this year.

All the aforementioned models will be up for sale from today Via Realme official store and Flipkart. The 4GB RAM model can be grabbed at INR 13,999. The 6GB RAM model with 64GB storage is slightly expensive at INR 15,999 whereas the 128GB model is expensive amongst all at INR 16,999. A new variant with 64GB storage will certainly attract buyers who are not willing to have 128GB storage. All the variants support memory expansion via MicroSD.

In terms of specs, the Realme 3 Pro features a 6.3-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution. Under the hood the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 SoC is powering the phone with max clocking at 2.2Ghz. The rear side has dual cameras of 16MP + 5MP. Up front the selfie snapper is 25MP. A 4,045mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on. It comes with VOOC flash charge 3.0 for fast charging. The device is initially available in Carbon Grey and Nitro Blue colors whereas the special Lightning Purple with gradient finish will be released later in May.

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