We’ve known for some time now that Realme was planning to launch in Europe, and the firm has now revealed the first smartphone to arrive in the region.
The Realme 3 Pro is the first device to hit Europe, and the brand has confirmed a starting price of 199 euros or 199 pounds for the 4GB/64GB option. Need more RAM and storage? Then you can splash out 249 euros or 249 pounds for the 6GB/128GB model.
Realme’s Pro model offers an upper mid-range Snapdragon 710 chipset, 6.3-inch full HD+ display, and a 4,045mAh battery with 20 watt fast charging. The Realme 3 Pro also offers a 16MP+5MP rear camera duo, as well as a 25MP front-facing shooter in a waterdrop notch.
Other notable features include microSD support, dual SIMs, a rear fingerprint scanner, and ColorOS 6.0 atop Android Pie. The latest version of ColorOS delivers a tweaked UI, Frame Boost and Game Boost 2.0 tech for smoother performance, and remote guard functionality for parents wanting to monitor their kids.
The Realme 3 Pro goes on sale from June 5 at midday GMT. The brand has confirmed availability in the U.K. but we’ve enquired about more launch markets.
As GSMArena notes, the Redmi Note 7 starts at 179 pounds in the U.K. — 20 pounds cheaper than the Realme phone. The Realme device has a more powerful chipset and higher resolution selfie camera, but Xiaomi’s phone packs a 48MP main camera. Which one would you choose?
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