Realme, another emerging smartphone brand, today announced its entry into the UK market (as well as France, Spain and Italy) with the launch of the Realme 3 Pro, a powerful phone starting at just £175.
Available in two configurations, with the top-spec model topping out at £219, the company is seeking to offer a high-specification offering with a very strong value proposition.
Realme is another company that sits below the umbrella of BBK Electronics, which includes OnePlus, Oppo and Vivo. As a result, there are many features from other brands within the group, with ColorOS being the variant of Android 9 used here.
The Realme 3 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC (10nm), comes with a 4,045mAh battery (with VOOC 3 20W fast charging), a Sony IMX 519 16-megapixel camera paired to a 5-megapixel depth-sensing camera, 25-megapixel selfie camera, and 4GB RAM/64GB storage (£175) or 6GB RAM/128GB storage (£219).
Camera features include Nightscape (low-light photography without a tripod), HDR and Ultra HD that can combine multiple photos to produce a 64-megapixel image.
The display is 6.3-inches with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels, with a tear-drop notch and Corning GorillaGlass 5.
For gamers, TouchBoost is designed to reduce input lag, while FrameBoost can boost the processor frequency temporarily to keep the frame rate high.
The handset will be available in two colours, Nitro Blue or Lightning Purple and go on sale June 5th.
All models feature dual 4G SIMs, with VoLTE support, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi 5) and Bluetooth 5.0.
More info: Realme EU