Thu. Jan 21st, 2021
Realme has managed to create a special place for Indian customers. The journey started as a sub-brand of Oppo. Then Reality became a separate company. After this, Realme did not restrict its portfolio to just the smartphone. The company also introduced audio and travel accessories products. The company is planning to open an exclusive retail store in the second quarter of 2019.

Now Realme has launched its new smartphone Realme 3. This phone is an upgrade to Realme 2 and the price is also around this. However, in order to keep the claim strong, a new model has been given more powerful processors. There is also a change in design and the software is latest. For these reasons, a tempting option appears in the price range of Rs. 10,000 in the price range. Let’s know about its features and shortcomings through review 

Realme 3 Design & Display

Compared to Realm 2, the biggest change in Realme 3’s design is the presence of Waterdrop Knouch. Realme says that the back part of the phone is with the new Unibody design. On the rear side, instead of glass, injection molded plastic is used. But it makes sense to be strong and catching it in your hands is also convenient. But fingerprints fall easily.

Realme 3 weighs 175 grams, which can not be said lightly and its thickness is 8.3 millimeters. But weight distribution is the best. Fingerprints will tease you It’s not easy to keep a screen guard and glossy back clean from the front. We have reviewed Radiant Blue variants. But Realme 3 is also available in Black and Dynamic Black Colors.

Single SIM slot has been given space for two Nano SIM cards and one MicroSD card. The phone has support for 4G dualVOLTE. At the bottom there is a 3.5mm headphone jack, micro-USB port and speaker.

Realme 3 specification and feature

The Realization 2 specification had surprised everyone, because Realme 1 was equipped with a much better processor. The company has not repeated this mistake with Realme 3. This time the MediaTek Helio P70 processor has been used, which has stepped into the market with Realme U1. This is a competent processor.

Realme 3 has two variants – one with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, the other has 64 GB storage with 4 GB RAM. We have reviewed the variants of 4 GB RAM.

The phone is equipped with ColorOS 6.0. This custom skin is based on Android 9.0 Pie. Our review unit had security patches of January 2019. ColorOS is not our favorite custom Android skin. But many drawbacks have been removed in the new version.

Google’s digital wellbeing feature that is coming with Android 9 pie is not available yet. Android’s battery graph is not yet part of the OS.

Realme 3 Performance, Camera and Battery Life

Due to the new software and upgraded hardware, the experience of using Realme 3 remains outstanding. While using social media or chat app, there was no complaint of phone being hot. The phone also handles multitasking easily. Despite the glossy back, the phone does not slip into the hands.

The phone plays well with gaming. We have tested Asphalt 9: Legends and PUBG Mobile. We enjoyed our experience in both games. There was also framerate smoother in High Preset Graphics while playing Asphalt. PUBG Mobile Medium Graphics Preset Has Been Fine The phone is warm during gaming, but there is no shocking thing in it.

Realme 3 works well with the media too. Animated films come with good color saturation. These lively also seem to be Blacks are slightly crushed in the dark scene, but this is not bad for the HD + display.

The loud voice comes from a single speaker. But the sound is of very high quality. Its position is such that the use of the phone in landscape mode increases the chances of the speaker being blocked.

Realme 3 has 13 megapixels and a 2 megapixel rear camera setup. Primary sensor F / 1.8 is aperture. Secondary sensor only works to measure depth in portrait mode.

There have been some changes in the camera app in the new version of ColorOs. Realme has introduced two new shooting modes for the rear camera- Nightscape and Chroma Boost

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