Realme has followed up the launch of the Realme 3 Pro from April with the Realme X. While both phones pack similar internals, the Realme X comes with a number of other useful features including an in-display fingerprint scanner, improved rear camera setup, and more. If you plan on purchasing the Realme X, check out our detailed FAQ which answers all your questions surrounding the device.
The Realme 3 Pro comes with a 16MP shooter at its rear which is similar to the one found on the OnePlus 6T. It might not be as impressive as the 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor found on the Redmi Note 7 Pro but it can still hold its own. If you own a Realme 3 Pro, you can further improve the overall photo quality by using the modded Google Camera app.
Realme recently launched the Realme 3 Pro in India. The handset takes on the extremely popular Redmi Note 7 Pro in India. Like the latter, the Realme 3 Pro has a very attractive price-to-performance ratio. If you have already purchased the Realme 3 Pro or own its smaller sibling — Realme 3 — check out some of the best tips and tricks for it.
Following the launch of the Realme 3 last month, Realme has now launched the Realme 3 Pro in India. The handset will take on the likes of the Redmi Note 7 Pro in India which is currently the most popular mid-range smartphone in the region. If you are interested in buying the Realme 3 Pro, check out our detailed FAQ which will answer all your questions surrounding the device.
Realme is back with a bang with its impressive budget smartphone, the RealMe 3. The handset will take on competition from Redmi and Samsung in the sub-10k segment in India. For its price, the Realme 3 packs a lot of features and horsepower. Interested in buying the device? Check out our detailed FAQ first which should answer all your questions surrounding the phone.
Got a new Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, or Realme U1? These phones are filled to the brim with plenty of features to play around with. If this is your first Realme phone, you have plenty of features to explore and play around with. Check out our top tips and tricks for the Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro, and Realme U1 to help get the most out of your new phone.
The success of the RealMe 1, RealMe 2 Pro and RealMe C1 has given Oppo’s subsidiary RealMe to go ahead and launch more new devices in India and other countries. Just two months after the launch of Realme 2 Pro, the company is back with Realme U1.
After unveiling the RealMe 2 in early September, Oppo’s new subsidiary RealMe is back with the RealMe 2 Pro. The handset launches in the competitive sub-15k price segment in India where it competes with the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Nokia 6.1 Plus, and others. If you plan on buying the RealMe 2 Pro but have some questions about it, read our FAQ below.
Less than three months after unveiling the RealMe 1, Oppo’s sub-brand RealMe is back with the RealMe 2. The success of the RealMe 1 took many by surprise, with Oppo spinning off RealMe as a separate brand for easier operations.