The Realme 3 Pro is Coming to Europe for Under €200


The Realme 3 Pro, the most recent mid-range phone from the Shenzhen-based brand, officially launched in Europe today. The smartphone will be accessible in the UK, Spain, Italy, and France for a very competitive cost of €199/£175 (around $225).


The Realme 3 Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 710 processor and accompanies with a 4,045mAh battery which supports VOOC 3.0 flash charging. As far as cameras, you’re looking at a dual rear camera setup with a Sony IMX 519 16-megapixel focal lens matched with a 5-megapixel lens, plus a 25-megapixel selfie camera on the front. We’ve just been hands-on with the device.

The Realme 3 Pro comes in two variants. That sticker price under €200 is for the version with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. There is likewise a 6GB/128GB version which costs €249/£219 (around $280). The smartphones come in two colors, Nitro Blue and Lightning Purple.


Levi Lee, Director of Realme Europe, said the brand was focused on providing the best smartphone experience to youthful consumers across the world at a more effectively accessible price segment.

“Europe is a significant market for Realme, and consumers in Europe should have the likelihood to enjoy an incredible smartphone experience at an affordable price,” said Lee. “Realme is breaking the limits in the smartphone industry, giving more and more consumers in the world to appreciate the latest technology. In the coming year, we will keep on being a challenger and disruptor in the worldwide smartphone market, starting now on including Europe.”


Consumers in Europe will have to be understanding for the manufacturer’s flagship smartphone, the Realme X. We headed over to Beijing, China, to look at it, and were inspired. It accompanies flagship-like features like a front pop-up camera and an in-display fingerprint sensor. In China, it will sell for around $300, and if Realme can get it to Europe for anyplace close to that it could be energizing. Regardless of whether we don’t know when, or even if, the Realme X will arrive in the west. It appears to be likely that the brand is trying the water with the Realme 3 Pro first, before settling a decision on the X.

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The 3 Pro will go on sale through the Realme’s official website at 12:00 BST on May 29th. Will you get one?

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