Buy Realme 3 Pro Tonight In One-Off Seemingly Special Flash Sale


You could buy the Realme 3 Pro in a sale today at 8 PM IST.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

You could buy the Realme 3 Pro in a sale today at 8PM IST. This sale seems to be a one-off initiative, representing a stark diversion from the conventional flash sales in which the smartphone has so far been hard to procure.  

If you are yet to lay your hands on the Realme 3 Pro, then do navigate to the official Realme portal to purchase the smartphone today. With only a few hours to go, from now, it should do a world of good for you to check out the Realme portal quite early and thereby stand a realistic chance at purchasing the premium smartphone whose pricing starts from Rs 13999.  

As already known, USP of the Realme 3 Pro is its 25MP AI front snapper that should theoretically give you clear selfies. Also, the smartphone is powered by a 4045mAh battery which should offer, your gaming, sufficient juice.  

Technical wise, the Realme 3 Pro comes with key technical specifications such as: 

  • 6.3-inch full HD screen having resolutions of  2340 x 1080 pixels      
  • ColorOS 6.0 operating system - based on Android 9.0      
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 AIE SoC which is octa-core 
  • 16MP + 5MP dual rear cameras 
  • 25MP AI front snapper   
  • 4GB, 6GB RAM editions      
  • 64GB, 128GB internal storage variants, based on RAM     
  • MicroSD card slot for extending default internal storage up to 256 GB     
  • Dual SIM-card slots  
  • LTE, HSPA, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, microUSB 2.0 connectivity options      
  • 4045mAh battery. 

The Realme 3 Pro recently reached UK shores as well. The smartphone is available there at prices starting from £180. If you are an Indian living in the UK, or simply a smartphone buyer without geographical barriers, do check the Realme smartphone which is an unknown brand overseas (honestly) for now. In case the Realme 3 Pro succeeds, the brand could come to the leagues of Xiaomi and Samsung as well, potentially.  


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