Realme 3 Unboxing and Camera Review.

OPPO’s sub-brand Realme in the Indian market released its new mobile phone realme 3, which is a mobile phone with a water drop screen and a gradient color body. The price of 3GB/4GB memory is 8999 rupees($130) and 10,999 ($155) respectively.

Let’s check out the unboxing and first look of this device.


Inside box we get a clear plastic case.

We also have a sim ejector tool, there are some paper works inside the box.

The charger is a regural 5V/2A charger and micro USB cable.


In terms of appearance, Realme 3 is equipped with a 6.2-inch HD+ water drop display, 19:9 screen ratio, brightness of 450 nits.

Real me 3 has a plastic unibody but at first glance it looks like a much more expensive phone the back has a gorgeous gradient finish that is bound to tur some heads since it’s a unibody the rounded sides are seamless but wher they meet the screen bezel there’s a sharp edge to add some grip overall the phone feels sturdy.


In terms of configuration, Realme 3 is equipped with MediaTek Helio P70 processor, four A73 big cores plus four A53 small cores, and the GPU is Mali-G72. Specifications are available in 3GB+32GB and 4GB +64GB. The phone retains a 3.5mm headphone jack and

The battery capacity reaches 4230mAh.


The realme 3 brings some cutting-edge AI driven camera features that surprised as at this price point the main camera is 13 megapixels with F1.8 and as phase detection autofocus there’s also a secondary 2 megapixel sensor for depth sensing and portrait mode in good light an interesting feature is the chroma boost sort of like a scene analysis that will optimize the dynamic range and brighten up shadows but the function that has me the most excited is the night scape mode the AI uses image sacking and anti shake algorithms to improve image quality when shooting handheld in low-light. The selfie Camera is a 13Megapixel Camera which is a upgrade over the predecessor.



The real me 3 is one of the first phones that come out with the latest color OS 6.0 with a tast of Android 9 pie unlike last year where everything had to be on the home screen now there’s an app drawer to store them in the navigation keys are now like stock Android.