The realme 3 Pro just launched in the Philippines and it is packed with hardware promising optimal system performance, superior cameras and long battery life to elevate the midrange mobile gaming and photography experience.
The realme 3 Pro runs on a Snapdragon 710 processor and 4GB RAM+64GB storage and 6GB RAM+128GB storage — this means that the device has the gaming power and speed for those hardcore mobile gamers out there, plus the phone’s aesthetic combines a good mix of racing elements and Le Mans track.
For mobile photography, the phone has a combination of 16MP+5MP rear shooter camera supported by a Sony IMX 519 image sensors. Its selfie camera supports 25MP. realme 3 Pro offers camera software features such as the Chroma Boost mode, which optimizes photos and produces richer color presentation, and the upgraded Super Nightscape, which smartly adjusts the exposure of images taken with extremely dim lighting.
The realme 3 Pro ensures many hours of use with its 4045mAh large-capacity battery, the biggest capacity in its price range. It also carries the brand-new VOOC 3.0 technology with a 20W (5V4A) charging power for efficient power transformation and charging speed.
Pricing and availability
Offering real midrange champion value, the realme 3 Pro is available in 4GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB storage variants for Php12,990 and Php14,990, respectively. It will be available exclusively in all realme kiosks and partner stores nationwide such as MemoXpress, PC Express and Fonestyle.
Size: 6.3 inches
Screen Ratio: 90.80%
Resolution: FHD+ 2340*1080
Protection: Corning Glass 5
Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 AIE
4GB+64GB, 6GB+64GB, 6GB+128GB, Storage expandable up to 256GB
Rear Dual Camera
Dual Pixel Fast Focusing
AI Front Camera
4 in 1 Pixels
AI Facial Unlock
Slo-Mo (960fps/720p, 120fps/1080p)
4045mAh (typical value)
VOOC 3.0 (5V 4A)
SIM Card Type: Dual nano-sim cards
microSD Expansion/Triple Slots,
Supports 2.4G/5G Wi-Fi
Supports Bluetooth 5.0
ColorOS 6.0 based on Android P
Ira James is an enthusiast who has his roots on PC hardware and gaming. His career as a tech journalist began after working in the PR industry for two years. He started GGWPTech to write PC hardware reviews, gaming, cyber security, and enterprise tech news. His works are also syndicated by other media publishers: Tech Sabado, and the Sunday and Business I.T. section of Manila Times.