Realme 3 is all set for March 4 launch in India

Realme may be a young startup but it probably has more fan following than some of the old players in the country. With so much excitement among the Realme fans and people who stick to budget segment, Realme brings a wave of hype that’s quite positive in nature. Today, the company on its twitter handle shared the launch date of its next handset, the Realme 3 is all set for March 4 launch in India. 

Also read: Realme 3 announced in a Bollywood-style dance video by CEO Madhav Seth

What to expect from Realme 3?

While we would admit that Realme 2 didn’t hit the right spots when it comes to the hype created after the incredible success of the Realme 1. But the brand hasn’t let down anymore when you look at its current line-up that includes Realme 2 Pro, Realme U1, and Realme C1 (2019). All of these phones offer a room full of good specifications and aggressive pricing. 

It’s only natural that users would expect the company to offer better iterative models. That’s why people would have a lot of expectation from the upcoming Realme 3. We know so far that Realme is going to keep the diamond cut design, which got popularised by the first model of the company. 

Surprisingly, the brand has managed to keep its phone secret, in the times when even Samsung couldn’t manage to keep its recent line-up secret before launch. If Galaxy S10 line-up is the contender for the most leak phone, the Realme 3 could be nominated for least leaked smartphone of 2019. 

Also read: Realme 2 review: you win some you lose some

With its principle of keeping pricing below Rs 10,000, what do you guys think would be the specifications of the Realme 3? Let us know in the comment section below. We would love to hear about your thoughts on this one. 

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