Realme 3: Budget Game-Changer

The Realme 3, a phone made by the company of Realme, a Shenzhen-based Chinese Smartphone Manufacturer and an offshoot of the brand OPPO. Realme is known for manufacturing phones which are cheap compared to other smartphones. With their older phones being well-received by the public. Realme is also known for being a direct competitor to Xiaomi in terms of pricing and accessibility.

Now with the Realme 3, an upgrade from their last release, the Realme C1. The operating system of the Realme 3 is Android 9.0 (Pie); ColorOS 6.

The display size is larger than before as well, the screen size being 6.22″ and having Gorilla Glass 5 which keeps it protected against drops. The aspect ration being 19:9, and the resolution of the device is HD+ 1520 by 790 px.

When it comes to memory, the Realme 3 has a built-in 64GB of storage and 3/4GB RAM, or you can choose to take the 32GB storage with 3GB RAM instead. If you find that the space is lacking, then you can add a micro SD of up to 256GB.

As for the camera, the Realme 3, features a dual rear camera and an AI front camera. The dual rear camera captures at 13MP+2MP, and features Nightscape mode, Chroma Boost, Hybrid HDR, and Portrait Mode. The AI front camera captures at 13MP, and features AI Beautification, HDR, and AI Facial Unlock. When it comes to video, the Realme 3 can record 720/1080p videos at 30fps, it can also record videos in Slo-Mo in 720p at 90fps.

Then we have the battery, one of the best features of this phone. The capacity is 4230mAh, and the charger is 5V 2A; the Realme 3 features multipla battery optimization settings such as Super High Power Efficiency, Smart Power Saver, and Sleeping Mode. The battery, assuming that the phone is under heavy usage without any battery optimization settings would last for about 9-10 hours. If one were to use it casually, such as checking social media once in a while, then the phone would be able to last around two days.

If you’re not convinced with the phone specs that were talked about above, then you can find YugaTech, NoypiGeeks, and GadgetsNow to see their in-depth reviews of the Realme 3.