The Realme brand, which belongs to Oppo, today presented its next model. Realme 3 is a typical mid-range smartphone, priced fairly decently.
The Realme 3 specification is just correct and a bit boring - but the price compensates for a few shortcomings. Realme 3 has a 6.2-inch IPS screen with HD+ resolution with a droplet notch, concealing the front 13 Mpx camera. The display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. The heart of the smartphone is the octa-core MediaTek Helio P70 processor, supported by 3 or 4 GB of RAM. If I add that the internal memory is available in versions 32 and 64 GB - you can probably guess straight away how many variants of "3" Realme offers. Of course, the memory can be expanded with the microSD card, and the list of communication interfaces includes LTE (without B20), Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS/Gnolass and a minijack and a microUSB.
Realme 3 powers a battery with a capacity of 4230 mAh, and the classic fingerprint reader is located at the back. The rear camera has two matrices - 13+2 Mpx - and the main lens with f/1.8 aperture. Unfortunately, there is no NFC, but the old-fashioned USB port supports the OTG mode. The phone comes in three colours, and prices are 8999 and 10999 rupees, respectively for the 3+32 or 4+64 GB models. By converting, we will get 128 and 156 dollars. Remember that these are prices from India...