As previously reported, Realme has officially announced its Realme 3 smartphone. This brings into the market another smartphone priced below the RM1000 mark.
So what do you get with the Realme 3? To start, we have a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset and a pretty hefty 4230mAh battery. There are also two memory and storage configuration options, but we’ll get to that in a bit. For its operating system, it runs the ColorOS 6 UI on top Android 9.0 Pie.
All this is packed into a 6.2-inch form factor. With it is a fitting HD+ display with a front-facing 13MP camera tucked into a teardrop notch. At the rear, you’ll find a 13MP + 2MP dual camera setup and a fingerprint sensor. As you’ll have figured, save the chipset, the specs are identical to the Realme 3 launched in India.
As mentioned earlier, the Realme 3 comes in two RAM and storage configurations. One comes with a 3GB/32GB configuration and a price tag of RM599 while the other has a 4GB/64GB RAM and storage combo, and is set at RM699. It is also available in three colour variants – Classic Black, Dynamic Black and Radiant Blue.
While the Realme 3 will only be available from 6 April 2019 onwards, the 3GB/32GB variant will be available on Lazada as part of a flash sale happening on 27 March. Purchasing the phone at the e-commerce site will get you RM50 off the phone’s original price, bringing it down to RM549.
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