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Review - Realme 3

Realme appears to have hit the correct harmony with Indian crowds, having begun its voyage under Oppo, and before long splitting without end to wind up a free organization. From that point forward, Realme has extended its portfolio past telephones to incorporate sound and travel extras also. The organization is likewise wanting to set up elite retail locations in the second 50% of 2019, which demonstrates its duty to the Indian market.

Presently, the organization has propelled the following model in its principle cell phone product offering, just called the Realme 3. The telephone is the successor to the Realme 2 ₹ 9,599 (Review) and is evaluated comparably as well. Nonetheless, so as to remain aggressive, the organization has given the new model a genuinely necessary lift in CPU control. Add to that another structure language and refreshed programming, and we have a fascinating new decision at around the Rs. 10,000 imprint. How about we check whether the Realme 3 ought to be your best pick in this value section.

Realme 3 structure and show

The huge change with the Realme 3's configuration contrasted with its forerunner is the nearness of the waterdrop score, which gives you a higher screen-to-body proportion. Realme is likewise touting its new 'unibody' plan for the back, which bends the whole distance to the sides with no noticeable creases. The back is made of infusion formed plastic instead of glass, however it feels inflexible and agreeable to hold.

The Realme 3 isn't especially light at 175g and not thin at 8.3mm, yet weight circulation is great and there's sufficient surface on the sides for a decent grasp. Fingerprints are a genuine bad dream. The pre-connected screen gatekeeper and reflexive back are difficult to keep clean. Following two or three days of utilization, we likewise seen some minor hairline scrape checks around the edges of the back.

We have the Radiant Blue shading trim, yet the Realme 3 is additionally accessible in Black and Dynamic Black. The upper three-fourths of the telephone is dark, while the blue inclination (purple now and again, contingent upon the edge you hold it) is just towards the base fourth.

The SIM plate can oblige two Nano-SIM cards and a mciroSD card, at the same time. 4G with Dual VoLTE is likewise bolstered. At the base, there's a 3.5mm earphone attachment, Micro-USB port, and speaker.

The Realme 3 has a solitary 13-megapixel forward looking camera sitting in the indent, while the earpiece is set simply above it, with the sensors to one side. You get a genuinely huge 6.2-inch HD+ (720x1520 pixels) show, which likewise has Gorilla Glass insurance, in spite of the fact that Realme hasn't indicated the form. The jaw at the base of the telephone is discernibly thicker than the ones on Realme's other late contributions, for example, the Realme U1 ₹ 10,999 (Review).

The goals is somewhat low for this size, considering the challenge has moved to full-HD boards in this section. Subsequently, pictures and content don't look their most keen, however it's not sufficiently awful to be a major issue either. Hues look distinctive and brilliance is great, so we experienced no difficulty perusing our messages even under direct daylight.

At the back, the Realme logo is presently vertically adjusted at the base, and up best, we have the two cameras, LED glimmer, and unique mark sensor in the center. The last functions admirably at validation, yet like past Realme telephones, face open is similarly as quick if not faster, as that is the thing that we depended on amid our day by day use.

By and large, the Realme 3 is a decent visual redesign over the Realme 2, however we would have gotten a kick out of the chance to see different upgrades like a glass back or perhaps a USB Type-C port.

The Realme 3 ships with a silicone case, SIM launch instrument, information link, and 10W charger. You don't get headphones in the crate.

The Realme 3's polished back pulls in a lot of smears all around effectively

Realme 3 determinations and highlights

The determinations of the Realme 2 felt bizarre at the season of its dispatch, taking into account that the Realme 1 had a superior SoC. Fortunately, the organization has fixed this with the Realme 3. This new telephone is fueled by the MediaTek Helio P70 octa-center SoC, which by chance made its introduction in the Realme U1.

There are two adaptation of the Realme 3 — one with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of capacity, and the other with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of capacity. Our audit unit is the last form. The Realme 3 likewise has single-band Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, USB-OTG, GPS, and the typical suite of sensors. FM radio is missing.

The product at last gets a truly necessary update with ColorOS 6.0. This new Android skin depends on Android 9 Pie, and our unit had the January 2019 security fix. ColorOS hasn't been our most loved custom Android skin, in case we're being straightforward, yet the new form fixes many things.

The main thing that catches your eye is the clean and moderate look of the OS. The symbols seem to be like what we've seen in more established variant of ColorOS yet they are marginally littler now, and by one way or another look increasingly refined. The new form of the OS likewise remains consistent with some of Android 9 Pie's unmistakable highlights, for example, the adjusted, bubble-like plan for menus, and the two-layer route framework with an application cabinet.

To get to late applications, you basically long-swipe up and move your thumb right or left over the home catch to cycle between them. The flip switches for Wi-Fi, and so forth in the warning shade are currently larger than average and less demanding to get to. Squeezing either volume secure conveys the volume bar directly alongside it, which appears to be like MIUI 10 on Xiaomi telephones.

The Realme 3 ships with ColorOS 6.0, which depends on Android 9 Pie

Google's Digital Wellbeing highlight in Android 9 Pie is absent. Something else that is as yet missing is Android's battery level chart, which offers a visual portrayal of your use after some time, as opposed to simply demonstrating to you a rundown of applications that have been utilized.

Our unit had a group of preinstalled applications, for example, ShareChat, which is a substance disclosure application, Webnovel, and some social applications. These can be uninstalled if not required. ColorOS's Game Space is available as well, and gets new look. 'Riding Mode' has been added to the Smart Driving sub-menu, which when empowered, quiets all warnings aside from for approaching calls.Realme 3 execution, cameras, and battery life

The MediaTek Helio P70 conveys great CPU and GPU execution for its class, which is reflected in benchmarks. In AnTuTu, we figured out how to get a score of 1,36,619, and we additionally got 46fps in GFXbench's T-Rex designs test. Benchmark numbers are commonly higher than those of, state, the contending Snapdragon 660 which is found in telephones, for example, the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2.

The new programming and refreshed equipment make the Realme 3 an exceptionally decent telephone to live with. We didn't experience any superfluous warming when utilizing social and talk applications, which is a decent sign. The telephone handles performing various tasks great and we didn't confront any issues here. Regardless of the shiny back, this telephone is shockingly not very elusive without a case. Be that as it may, fingerprints and smircesh make it look messy inside couple of seconds of utilizing it.

The telephone fared well in gaming. We tried two of the most prominent titles around — Asphalt 9: Legends and PUBG Mobile — the two of which were amusing to play. In Asphalt, we figured out how to get smooth framerates even with the designs set to the 'High' preset. PUBG Mobile ran well at the Medium designs preset, with slight discontinuous stammer from time to time. When gaming, the telephone got somewhat warm yet this was nothing strange.

The Realme 3 works to perfection with media records as well. 

Enlivened movies have great shading immersion and look exuberant. Blacks tend of smash a bit in dull scenes however by and large, this isn't awful for a HD+ show.

The single speaker gets boisterous yet sounds genuinely normal. Its situation at the base likewise implies it's anything but difficult to square it with your palm when holding the telephone in scene mode.

The Realme 3 holds the 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel back camera setup of the Realme 2 (Review), anyway the essential sensor has been improved and the focal point presently has a f/1.8 opening. The second sensor is utilized for profundity figuring when shooting in Portrait mode.

The camera application has additionally experienced a slight upgrade in the new form of ColourOS. Realme is presenting two new shooting modes for the back camera, called Nightscape and Chroma Boost.

As indicated by Realme, Nightscape utilizes AI and multi-outline exposures to give you a more brilliant picture in low-light. By and by, this really conveyed great outcomes in many situations however it wasn't exceptionally compelling in extraordinary low-light circumstances. The shade is kept open for somewhat longer than the typical 1/10 or 1/15 of a second (the most extreme time we recorded was 1/8 of a second) in low light, and at a lower ISO esteem.

There's additionally a touch of honing connected. You'll have to keep your hand consistent for a few seconds when taking shots, yet the final product is a major improvement contrasted with shooting in Auto mode, as subtleties are more keen and shadows are lifted, uncovering more detail.

The second new expansion is Chroma Boost, which can be flipped from inside the viewfinder. This is said to help the dynamic scope of a picture, particularly when shooting a subject against brilliant light. Hues and brilliance got a pleasant lift in our test shots. The outcomes didn't generally look characteristic, however the impact was unquestionably striking.

The nature of photographs taken with the essential camera was somewhat of an all in or all out when shooting scenes. A few shots had great detail, however the Realme 3 battled with complex surfaces, for example, foliage. Macros were sharp and very much itemized, with great hues under great light, however once more, we had occasions when the telephone would not concentrate effectively on an expected subject, regardless of us tapping the viewfinder.

HDR is available yet hues can look a bit oversaturated. In low light, the camera created delicate and soft shots, except if we utilized Nightscape mode, yet this possibly functions admirably on the off chance that you and your subject remain still.

There's a Portrait mode for both the front and back cameras. Edge discovery was taken care of genuinely well for items with basic geometric shapes and for individuals, when utilizing the back camera. Be that as it may, there were times when it turned out badly. The foundation obscure is somewhat forceful, and unfortunately, there's no real way to alter this previously or after you've taken the shot.

Edge discovery in representation mode with the front camera wasn't extremely great either.

The front 13-megapixel sensor has a f/2.0 gap. It caught nitty gritty selfies under great light however battled under low light. There's AI beautification which gives you a chance to do things, for example, smoothen your skin, thin your cheekbones, and so forth. You can give the AI a chance to do this naturally or alter the individual sliders yourself.

The Realme 3 can shoot video at up to 1080p at 30fps. Video quality was great when shot under great light, yet there's no adjustment, so film is insecure on the off chance that you move about something over the top. There's likewise a moderate movement video mode that catches 720p video at 90fps.

The Realme 3 packs in a 4230mAh battery, which went on for a whole day by and large with our utilization, which commonly included a hour of gaming, spilling music over Bluetooth, utilizing social and efficiency applications, and accepting a couple of brings in the middle. By one way or another, the Realme 3 didn't admission excessively well in our video circle test as it went on for 9 hours and 52 minutes, which is beneath normal.

There's no quick charging yet the 10W charger can top up the battery to around 49 percent in 60 minutes.


The Realme 3 is a genuinely decent all-round move up to the Realme 2 (Review). It has a progressively present day structure, the back camera makes some intrigue new traps, and the showcase is splendid and clear. Despite the fact that the battery didn't admission excessively well in our inside test, certifiable battery utilization was still great.

The greatest improvement to this telephone is its processor, which gets a truly necessary lift. The cameras, despite the fact that improved marginally, can in any case complete much better. We additionally would have enjoyed different accommodations, for example, a Type-C charging port, a metal or glass walled in area, and a higher goals show.

The Realme 3's most evident rival is the as of late propelled Redmi Note 7 from Xiaomi. While we're yet to put that telephone through similar tests to perceive how its cameras, battery, and CPU contrast with those of the Realme 3, Xiaomi has a solid notoriety for conveying highlights and execution that are difficult to coordinate.

First of all, the Redmi Note 7 has a glass back, a full-HD+ show, USB Type-C port, and Qualcomm Quick Charge 4 support at generally a similar cost. Those highlights would appear to put it in front of the Realme 3, however we'll have a conclusive answer after we test the two telephones.

On the off chance that you're on a flat out tight spending plan with no squirm room, at that point the 3GB rendition of the Realme 3 merits considering. In any case, do recollect that for a Rs. 1,000 more, you can get the Redmi Note 7. The higher-end form of the Realme 3 covers with the 3GB adaptation of the Realme U1.


  • Realme 3 has a MediaTek Helio P70 SoC and accompanies up to 4GB of RAM
  • It's a good move up to the Realme 2, however could have been something more
  • Realme 3 cost in India begins at Rs. 8,999; 4GB variation costs Rs. 10,999 
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