Realme 3 First Look: The Budget Phone?

Realme 3
Realme 3

Realme has quite recently propelled its fresh out of the plastic new cell phone, the Realme 3 (begins at Rs. 8,999) trying to get a more grounded hang on the financial plan cell phone section in India. The Realme 3 accompanies some nice specs, yet is it enough to be an extraordinary spending plan cell phone, particularly with any semblance of the Redmi Note 7 and Note 7 Pro out in the market? All things considered, I’ve utilized the Realme 3 for a bit and here are my early introductions of the smartphone.

Realme 3 Specs

Let’s take a quick look at the specifications. This is the hardware you’ll find on the Realme 3:

Display6.2-inch LCD HD+ (1520×720)
ProcessorMediaTek Helio P70
RAM3GB/4GB
Storage32GB/64GB
Primary Cameras13MP + 2MP
Secondary Cameras13MP
Battery4230mAh
OSColorOS based on Android Pie
Sensorse-Compass, Light sensor, Promixity sensor, Gravity sensor, Accelerometer sensor, Fingerprint sensor
ConnectivityDual nano SIM card tray, Dual VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2

Design and Build

Realme 3
Realme 3

As far as look and feel, the Realme 3 is a quite decent smartphone. It’s clearly not as premium inclination as some different smartphones in this value extend, yet it is anything but a shoddy inclination smartphone by any means. The back here has a ravishing angle completion, and it’s unpretentious, in any event on our ‘Brilliant Blue’ unit, dissimilar to the excessively immersed slopes that I, in any event, don’t care for.

Anyway, the smartphone is very agreeable to hold, and is shockingly grippy, for something that seems as though it’ll slip directly out of your hands. The back here likewise includes the run of the mill stuff, including the vertically arranged double back camera set up, and the unique finger impression scanner.

Moving to the front, the Realme 3 accompanies a decent looking tear indent structure, is our most loved execution of the score. There’s likewise a jawline here, and keeping in mind that it’s quite standard to have enormous jaws on spending smartphones, this one is greater than the Realme U1’s jaw, and that bugs me.

By and large, however, the Realme 3 has all that you’d need. There are the typical catches, a triple SIM card opening (which implies you can utilize double SIMs and a microSD card in the meantime), the earphone jack is still here, and there’s a micro USB port. Definitely, the Realme 3 has a micro USB port, notwithstanding when a few smartphones in this value go have changed to a USB-C. It’s not so much a major issue, however, it’s certainly something I’m not a devotee of.

Display

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realme-3-battery-image

Anyway, while we’re at the front of the smartphone, the Realme 3 accompanies a big 6.2-inch show, and it’s a 720p board this time with a goal of 1520×720 pixels. To be completely forthright, the showcase is fine, and I don’t generally have protests with it up until now, however, what I don’t comprehend is the reason the Realme 3 has a 720p presentation despite the fact that the Realme U1 had a FullHD+ show.

All things being equal, the presentation here is adequate. There’s appropriately great shading generation, and the review edges are fine, in spite of the fact that the presentation isn’t the most splendid we’ve found in this value section. I confronted issues utilizing it in direct daylight.

Performance

Realme 3 gaming

The Realme 3 keeps the Helio P70 from the Realme U1, and that is fine. The P70 is an OK processor that performs in the ballpark of the Snapdragon 660, and in this value run it’s consummately fine to have this processor.

The Realme 3 comes in two designs, a 3GB/32GB variation, and a 4GB/64GB variation, the two of which share everything else to the extent specs are concerned. We have the 3GB variation here and the execution is sufficient. The smartphone handles everyday errands pretty effectively and with no noticeable slack, and notwithstanding gaming execution is respectable. We had a go at playing PUBG Mobile on it, and as a matter, of course, the amusement keeps running on Medium settings here, and it runs fine. There are outline drops some of the time, yet changing designs to low takes care of that issue effortlessly.

In case you’re pondering about benchmark correlations, the Helio P70 performs altogether superior to the Snapdragon 636, and matches the Snapdragon 660 in single-center tests while scoring marginally lower in the multi-center tests against the Snapdragon 660.

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Cameras

The Realme 3 packs in a dual 13MP + 2MP set up on the back, which is equivalent to the Realme U1. In our brief timeframe utilizing the smartphone, photographs from the camera looked better than average enough. In any case, it doesn’t generally face the camera execution of the Realme U1, despite the fact that the U1 likewise has a 13MP + 2MP set up on the back.


realme 3 back camera

On the front as well, the Realme 3 runs with a 13MP AI selfie camera, which resembles a major advance down from the 25MP sensor found in the Realme U1. The thing that matters is obvious here too. While selfies from the Realme 3 aren’t awful, in essence, they don’t coordinate to the front camera execution of the Realme U1.

The smartphone likewise underpins 1080p video recording and keeping in mind that that is okay, it’s somewhat strange on the grounds that the Helio P70 supports 4K recording. Additionally, the smartphone doesn’t accompany adjustment, so despite the fact that the recordings here could’ve been great, they’re unquestionably not steady enough.

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Battery

On the battery front, the Realme 3 makes a major stride up from the U1 and accompanies a gigantic 4,230 mAh battery when contrasted with the 3,500 mAh found in the U1. The battery execution here shouldn’t be an issue. Since this is a 4,230 mAh battery you ought to get well over multi-day of battery life on this smartphone, and that is extraordinary.

Realme 3 battery picture

In addition, the smartphone accompanies a 10W fast charger in the box, so you can top it up rapidly also. We’ve not tried the battery completely yet, yet we’ll be doing that for our full survey, so stay tuned.

Realme 3 First Impressions: An Aggressively Priced Budget Phone

Valued beginning at Rs. 8,999 for the 3GB/32GB variation, the Realme 3 resembles a better than average spending plan cell phone and is unquestionably pretty forcefully valued by Realme. The smartphone has the Redmi Note 7 as it’s an immediate rival, however, and we’ll be investigating the two smartphones without a doubt, alongside how they analyze against one another. Anyway, what’s your opinion about the Realme 3? Tell us in the comments down below.

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