In India, Realme has succeeded in making a name for itself, and that is because in 2018 the company launched a successful mobile phone series. Phones such as Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, and Realme U1 impressed us with the design, performance, and affordability of your smartphone.

The Realme 3, launched in India starting with Rs 8,999, aims to keep its stream in 2019. A new design for gradients, the water drop display, Android Pie and familiar interiors is a successor to Realme 2.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: PRICE AND SPECIFICATIONS

Brand: RealMe

Product: RealMe 3

Key Specs: 6.22-inch (1520 x 720) display, MediaTek Helio P70 Octa Core 2.1 GHz AI Octa-core processor, ARM Mali-G72 GPU, Android Pie 9.0, 4230 mAh battery, and available in 3GB/4GB Variants.

Price: Rs. 8,999 – 3GB + 32GB, Rs. 10,999  – 4GB + 64 GB.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: IN THE BOX CONTENTS

  • Handset.
  • Adapter.
  • Micro-USB Cable.
  • Important Information Booklet with Warranty Card.
  • Quick Guide.
  • SIM Card Tool.
  • Screen Protect Film.
  • Protection Case.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: BUILD AND DESIGN

The Realme 3 appears to be part of 2019 in terms of design. It has a drop-off display such as the Realme 2 Pro, a gradient color scheme that is the trend right now. The rear panel is also upgraded as a seamless cover, which stretches the entire area throughout the frame and meets the front glass panel.

Two Nano – SIM cards and one mciroSD card can all be placed in the SIM tray at once. 4G is also supported by Dual VoLTE. On the bottom, there’s a Micro – USB port and a 3.5 mm headphone socket.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: DISPLAY

The Realme 3 sports a 6.2 “HD+ (1520x720) water drop display. The droplet is an upgrade to the Realme 2’s large, iPhone X-like curb. It makes visualizing the display easier and less distractive. The bezels are thin, on both sides, whereas the chin is quite thick.

Overall, you get about the same 88% screen as you did on Realme 2.

 

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: CAMERA

Realme 3 is equipped with a quite standard 13MP + 2MP dual camera system. It’s like Realme 2, but a new feature with Realme 3 is the new Nightscape mode offered by the company. This feature aims to provide better low – light photos with increased exposure

The primary camera captures good colors with good sunlight and clarity in the open environment, but images look bright and washed out in every other situation. Often the colors seem muted and the autofocus was very moody, leading often too blurred shots.

The Realme 3 has, as expected, a single 13MP f/2.0 selfie snapper in the water drop marker with an AI embellishment. The camera often blasts the background in light conditions when it comes to taking selfies, while the subject looks sharp enough with natural skin and good color reproduction. The selfies taken indoors look soft and over processed under artificial lighting.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: BATTERY LIFE

The Realme 3 is fitted with the same battery 4,230mAh as Realme 2. This is a large battery capacity that can easily be handled by an average to more than average charge for approximately one and a half days.

The battery life is barely drained from the Realme 3 display and chipset, and there are a number of intensive power saving options for the most battery life.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE

The latest handset of Realme is equipped with the same 2.1GHz Helio P70 chipset as Realme U1. This chipset is a MediaTek chipset with up to 4 GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It includes 4 Cortex-A53 cores and 4 Cortex-A73 cores, along with Mali-G72 MP3 GPU.

Outside the box, most of the phone is running smoothly. Apps take a moment to open and load, but changing to multi-task between apps is very smooth.

Realme 3 really performs well in games such as PUBG and Asphalt 9. Even with the graphics setting, the experience is consistently smooth and lag free. Games are not only good due to the Helio P70 SoC, but also because of the game space that increases device performance while playing.

REAL ME 3 REVIEW: VERDICT

The Realme 3 is an all-inclusive upgrade to Realme 2. The design of the rear camera is more modern, the display is brighter and vivid. It is interesting new tricks.

The greatest improvement is the processor, which takes much to boost this telephone. Although somewhat improved, the cameras can do much better. We would also like a Type – C charging port, a metal or glass enclosure and a higher resistance display to other conveniences.