Realme 3 Pro: And would you dare to buy a smartphone in the dark?

Realme 3 Pro: And would you dare to buy a smartphone in the dark?
Realme 3 Pro: And would you dare to buy a smartphone in the dark?

There is so much expectation for Realme 3 Pro that it will be possible to buy the new top of the line alternative even in the dark, before discovering its design and definitive technical characteristics.

To launch the challenge to the so-called “early birds”, that is the users so passionate to buy on the first day, is Madhav Sheth, Indian number one of this brand owned by the Chinese conglomerate BKK Electronics behind brands that are highly appreciated in the mobile world as Oppo ( which is to Realme as Huawei is to Honor), Vivo and OnePlus.

The appointment is for midnight on April 19th, with the “brave” who will be able to order the new terminal based only on the rumors that have come up so far, often broadcast through the CEO by Twitter. The advantage, for them, is just not to risk that it will be exhausted once unveiled.

But what will the Realme 3 Pro technical sheet be?

It seems that the screen will have a 6.3-inch diagonal at full hd + resolution, a processor that will necessarily be more powerful than the base model that relies on Helio P70 very probably an octa core (2.2 GHz, Dual core, Kryo 360 plus 1.7 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 360), a 6 gb ram and a memory of at least 128 gb expandable. The battery should be 3960mAh and the Android 9 Pie operating system with Color os 6.0 interface. And so far nothing transcendental, there are a handful of smartphones so, however, have been spread several previews that focus on speed.

Speed intended as battery recharge (5 hours of calls with 10 minutes of charge) and as processing of the photographic compartment with high performance 48 + 5 megapixel sensors in low light conditions (example photo below) and with a super slow motion in video, which according to some sources could go up to 960 frames per second. Furthermore, it will support fluid gaming at 60fps.

The launch of Realme 3 Pro is scheduled at the University of Delhi on April 22 and the wait for this terminal that promises high performance and a “human” price are not limited to the Indian borders, since it could then also land in China as well like from us, maybe at first through the importing sites and then who knows.

However, a quick social media tour is enough to discover that all this expectation could turn out to be a double-edged sword. Indian fans who have already promised to order in the dark “require” at least one amoled screen as well as a processor at the promises. Will Realme manage to withstand the pressure it has created?

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