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After our camera battle between the HONOR 8C and the realme 3, it’s time for a contest of gaming prowess. This time, it’s going to be between the Honor Play and the realme 3 Pro. HONOR Play The HONOR Play took the mid-range market by storm with its aggressive pricing and very capable hardware. The Kirin 970 may not be the latest, but we’re still talking about a flagship-level chip, which also run the likes of the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro. Add 4GB of RAM and GPU Turbo to the mix, and we can have a phone that should handle even current titles with no major issues. Realme 3 Pro Realme 3 Pro on the other hand, is the current talk of town in the mid-range segment. The brand has been known to out devices that deliver exceptional value for money, and this one’s no different. It runs on…

Realme, the game-changing smartphone brand has expanded its reach into the European market, ready to deliver its premium products that offer great value for money. Last May 20 to 24, the brand engaged with key media from United Kingdom, France, Italy and Spain, and launched the realme 3 Pro, with an aim of changing Europeans’ expectations of a phone from the mid-range price segment, thanks to a modern design and high-tier performance. In the Philippines, the realme 3 Pro made its official debut last May 17 through a Mobile Legends tournament, giving attendees a show of its gaming capabilities. The device was well-received by Filipino consumers, generating a 67% growth in sales versus the realme 3. “Being a brand for the youth, we ensure that we embody the values and characteristics of this particular generation: their vigor, speed and drive for growth. Our entry in Europe attests to this. Realme…

Following its launch in India, the realme 3 Pro has finally arrived in the Philippines, and aims to take the throne as the value for money king in the mid-range category. The realme 3 Pro boasts a number of notable bumps from its non-pro sibling, which includes a more powerful processor, more capable cameras, and fast-charging, among other features. The device has a 6.3-inch FHD+ display protected by Gorilla Glass 5 and gives the device a 90.8% screen-to-body ratio. Under the hood is a Snapdragon 710 AIE, backed by up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage, expandable with a microSD card. The realme 3 Pro’s 16MP main camera uses a Sony IMX519 sensor, augmented by a 5MP depth sensing shooter. The camera is capable of taking handheld low light shots via the Nightscape Mode, has Chroma Boost, and can record 960fps slow mo videos at 720p.…

Truth be told, Filipinos put their budget as a necessary factor when planning to purchase a new smartphone. Realme 3’s price and benefits offering make it a worthy budget to mid tier smartphone purchase, but it didn’t stop the company from introducing a few more interesting products up its sleeves. Just today, Realme introduced Realme 3 Pro, a high-specced variant of the Realme 3 line and it’s posed to be one of their  latest best offering yet. While Realme 3 is impressive, Realme 3 Pro gives consumers another option that features flagship-level camera and gaming performances. Realme 3 Pro’s overall design reminds me of Realme 3. There are subtle differences, but Realme 3 Pro looks somewhat similar to its less powerful counterpart. For starters, the Pro version is bigger in terms of device dimensions and display size. Sleep/wake button is conveniently placed on the right side of the device, and…

Realme is giving its fans a chance to secure their purchase of the realme 3 pro, days ahead of its Philippine launch on May 17, 2019. From May 10 – 17, 2019, customers can go to any realme store, kiosk or retail partner (MemoXpress, PC Express, FoneStyle) to fill out the pre-order form. Once done, they will be given a pre-order card, which can then be used for claiming their unit, along with corresponding freebies worth PhP3,198. 1 x Gift Pack (Selfie Stick, Glass Bottle, Cellphone Bracket) 1 x Pro Kit (Mobile Game Controller, Mobile Tripod) Do note that customers will be required to make a PhP500 down payment, which can be paid in cash or straight payment via a credit card. This amount is non-refundable in case they cancel their reservations. Customers can choose to pre-order the 4GB + 64GB variant (available in Lightning Purple, Nitro Blue, and Carbon…

Google’s key announcements was the release of Android Q Beta 3, which brings a ton of  and new features to 21 devices, from various OEMs and the Pixel lineup. The list mostly included flagship devices, with the exception of a few, including the realme 3 Pro, which means as early as now, Google is keen to test the new version of the OS on mid-range devices apart from its own Pixel line. Since the phone is set for its local launch on May 17, we’re hyped up and excited to see how Android Q will look like, and how it performs on it. Notable updates brought by Android Q Beta 3 would be more control on when an app can get information about your location, restricting app launches from the background, support for 5G, smart replies available directly from notifications, Dark Theme, gesture navigation, and more. The realme 3 Pro…

Realme will be bringing the Realme 3 Pro to the Philippines on May 17, following its announcement in India last month. The latest midrange smartphone from the company follows its predecessor, the very popular Realme 3. The Realme 3 Pro is designed specifically with gaming in mind, with a 10nm process-built Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 AIE processor partnered with an Adreno 616 GPU, and backed by up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage. The device boasts a 25MP front camera with 4-in-1 pixel synthesis feature, and a 16MP main rear shooter that uses the Sony IMX519 image sensor augmented by a 5MP depth sensor. It features an optimized Chroma Boost and Nightscape Mode and the newest Realme camera feature, Ultra HD mode. Powering the smartphone is a massive 4045mAh battery with support for VOOC 3.0 flash charge and 20W charging. The Philippines is the third country to…

At its special launch event in India, Realme announced the more powerful version of the very popular realme 3, the realme 3 Pro, which packs a ton of improvements over its older sibling. The realme 3 Pro builds on the strength of the realme 2 Pro, as a budget phone that packs quite the punch. While they do share the 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD display with a dewdrop notch, the realme 3 Pro has the more durable Gorilla Glass 5. It also shares the plastic back but has a 3D speedway design giving it a more elegant look. At the back is a dual camera setup with a 16MP main camera that uses a Sony IMX519 sensor with an aperture of f/1.7, paired with a 5MP depth sensing camera. The dewdrop notch on the other hand, houses its 25MP selfie camera which features what they call Advanced SelfiePro Algorithm along…

The Realme 3 Pro has been spotted on Geekbench revealing a couple of new details on the new smartphone, following a teaser poster on Twitter. The phone has been teased to be capable of running Fortnite Mobile at 60 frames per second. And while it isn’t expected to have a high-end chipset, the listing shows a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 CPU with 6GB RAM. The phone with the same design model – RMX1851 – as seen on Geekbench was also seen on Bluetooth SIG, revealing more details about the phone. The Realme 3 Pro will have a 6.3-inch Full HD+ display and will have a fingerprint scanner. It will also pack a 3,960mAh battery and will run on Color OS 6.0 based on Android 9 Pie out of the box. Speculations point to a dual-rear camera with a 48MP main camera with a secondary shooter. While on front is a selfie…