There’s another new Chinese cell phone manufacturer in the UK, as Oppo-owned Realme has launched its first handset here as the Realme 3 Pro.
It guarantees incredible speed at a low cost, with a Snapdragon 710 chipset, 6.3-inch Full HD+ (2340 x 1080) display, double 16MP + 5MP back cameras, a 25MP front camera, Android 9 and a 4045mAh battery.
They will be able to pick the Realme 3 Pro up in two variations, with the variety level 4GB of RAM and 64GB of capacity model setting you back £175.
If you fancy a little more power and space, you can plump for the 6GB/128GB Realme 3 Pro which costs £219.
Providing serious budget competition
The Realme 3 Pro value point places it in rivalry with the absolute best spending phones around, and it’s less expensive than the incredible Moto G7 Plus, Honor 10 Lite and Moto G7 Power.
These set up names with moderate handsets are going under expanding weight from new participants as Oppo, Xiaomi and now Realme in the UK, giving significantly increasingly decision – and value for your money – for customers.
They will be able to buy the Realme 3 Pro from midday on June 5, and it will be available in two colours; Lightning Purple and Nitro Blue.