Following the success of the C1, Realme has finally launched its newest offering for the Philippine market. Welcome the Realme 3, a new disruptor to the budget segment by having features that are usually found on more expensive phones, combined with a solid mid-range chipset, and a very attractive price point.

The Realme 3 touts a metallic finish for its entire body, making it look more pricey than it actually is. It sports a 6.2″ display with HD+ resolution, and is protected with Gorilla Glass 3.

Under the hood is a more powerful Helio P60 octa-core processor, backed by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, expandable via a microSD card.

The device packs dual rear cameras – a 13MP main sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. The company has now added a new feature called Chroma Boost, which enhances dynamic range and colors, and Nightscape mode which lets you take great looking night shots without without the need for a tripod.

It comes with ColorOS 6, which gives a refreshing a new look, while retaining the goodies such as Game Space and Split Screen. There’s also AI Face Unlock, which works quick, even in less than ideal lighting. It has a 4,230mAh battery.


Pricing and Availability

The Realme 3 will be priced at PhP6,990 for the 3GB + 32GB variant, PhP7,990 for the 3GB + 64GB variant, and PhP9,990 for the 4GB + 64GB variant. Pre-order the 3GB + 64GB and 4GB + 64GB variants from retail stores starting March 30, 2019 and get PhP1,299 worth of freebies!

The 3GB + 64GB variant will be available exclusively on Shopee,  while the rest of the variants will be sold in retail stores. Users who’ll buy a unit from Shopee on March 25 can get it for a discounted price of PhP6,290 by using the code SHPXREALME3.

ProcessorHelio P60 (Octa-Core)
Storage32GB/64GB (Expandable)
Display6.2" HD+
Rear Camera13MP + 2MP
Front Camera13MP + 2MP
OSAndroid 9 + ColorOS 6
Other FeaturesChroma Boost
Nightscape Mode
AI Face Unlock
AI Beautification

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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