The Realme 3 has just been introduced with an affordable price tag and Helio P70 chipset. At the end of the announcement there was a surprise for all Realme fans - another phone, called Realme 3 Pro, is arriving in April. It will be more powerful and is going to challenge the Redmi Note 7 Pro in India.
According to Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, the Realme 3 Pro will be both a camera beast and a speed racer as well. He did not reveal any specs whatsoever, but promised “the best is yet to come”. This means we might see a Realme smartphone with 48 MP camera, confirming rumors from earlier this year.
Since the current Realme 3 has a Mediatek chipset, we expect the Pro version to come with Snapdragon 670/675 and 6 GB RAM. The company might even go for the in-screen selfie camera solution, but that might make the Realme 3 Pro too expensive, which would be against the company policy of offering its phones with an impressively low price tag.
At least we can hope for a USB-C port and some fast-charging - both are currently missing in any of the official Realme smartphones.