Realme has made a name for themselves. While competing in the most fierce price bracket, the company launched some devices that grabbed consumer’s attention. Now, they have added the Realme 3 Pro to its portfolio that looks like a significant step up from the Realme 2 Pro. But does it have enough to attract consumer’s attention from the reigning champion - the Redmi Note 7 Pro? Let’s find out.
Realme 3 Pro is a good looking phone. Sure, there’s no glass at the back but Realme 3 Pro comes with a 3D Speedway design that is inspired from the Le Mans track. The realme 3 Pro has 82 S-shaped curves on the phone back with a gradient finish, giving the phone a distinct look. Realme 3 Pro is comfortable to hold with its curvy edges and blends well with the front.
Realme has adopted a dewdrop notch design for its 6.3-inch display on the front, resulting in an impressive 90.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. The display protected by Gorilla Glass 5 supports Full HD+ resolution (2340x1080) with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The display quality is good with decent viewing angles. In terms of color adjustment, Realme keeps it minimal to the extent of enabling or disabling the night shield that makes the color temperature warmer or black and white or a simple slider that goes from cold to warmer.
Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 710 processor, Realm 3 Pro is one of the first devices to sport a 700-series processor in this price r