Realme 3 will compete with Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 7 in terms of price and features.
The Oppo sub-brand has launched Realme 3 in the Indian market today to compete for the top place in sub Rs.15000 segments smartphones. At the launch event of Realme 3, company CEO Madhav Sheth took center stage and laid down the Realme achievements.
Oppo is marketing Realme 3 as a potential rival to the Xiaomi’s Redmi note 7. A few days back they even claimed to have a better processor than the Redmi Note 7 Snapdragon 660.
Realme has priced the new smartphone very aggressively, as it will let them compete with their direct rivals. Here is the Realme 3 price. The company has also released an iconic case to safeguard the phone.
In addition to this, the company said that the price of the 3GB RAM variant is part of an introductory offer for the first one million buyers.
Here are the specifications of Realme 3 that will help it compete with the likes of Readme Note 7 and similar devices.
All these features have packed the required punch in the new smartphone and made it worthy enough to compete at the global level.
The Realme 3 will be available on Flipkart. The sale of the budget smartphone will go live on March 12 at 12 PM.
Madhav Sheth drew a comparison with Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and said,
“No ads on UI. We don’t sell ads… we sell phones.”
As part of its monetization policy, Xiaomi’s service ads on its UI have drawn bitter criticism from the users and experts. Anuj Sharma, the head of marketing, at Xiaomi, first started this comparison war by blaming their rivals which also included Realme for not informing the people about the under-clocked performance of their smartphone’s processor.
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