Realme is gearing up to launch the Realme 3 Pro later this month. However, ahead of the launch, Realme CEO Madhav Sheth has started teasing the device on Twitter. Sheth tweeted the camera samples from Realme 3 Pro. He also hinted the presence of a 48MP lens in the rear camera setup. Not just camera samples, Sheth also tweeted about playing Fortnite on Realme 3 Pro. He also took a dig at other brands in the segment for not having capabilities to handle the game.
Realme 3 Pro Camera Samples Hinting HDR Support
In his tweet about the camera samples, Sheth wrote about launching the Realme 3 Pro at a campus in Delhi University. He shared camera samples clicked at the university stadium along with the students. Among the three images shared by Sheth, one is a selfie while the other two images have been shot using the rear camera on the Realme 3 Pro.
RT's as I will invite 3 fans to join me on stage. pic.twitter.com/T8V3VysIGw
— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) April 8, 2019
Although the images do not reveal resolution and EXIF data, one of the images does hint at the HDR support. The selfie shared in the tweet suggests that the front camera on the Realme 3 Pro could be higher than 13MP that is found on its competitor Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro. Right from its first teaser that was shared at the Realme 3 launch, Realme 3 Pro has been pitted against the Redmi Note 7 Pro. Some of the previous reports hinted that the Realme 3 Pro could pack a whopping 25MP selfie camera.
Realme 3 Pro To Support Fortnite
In his latest tweet about the Realme 3 Pro, Madhav Sheth raved about Fortnite support. He also took a dig at Redmi Note 7 Pro saying, “Tried to play this game on some latest “Pro” devices but none of them could manage. When it comes to speed, chipset matters.” Sheth also wrote that Realme 3 Pro would be the first smartphone in the current mid-range segment to directly support Fortnite.
How about playing #Fortnite on #realme3Pro? I believe #realme3Pro will be the 1st in its segment that can directly support it. Tried to play this game on some latest “Pro” devices but none of them could manage. When it comes to speed, chipset matters.
RT to win 1 Rm3pro. pic.twitter.com/j5SKOrXA2g
— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) April 10, 2019
Going by the tweet thread, Realme 3 Pro sure seems to pack a lot of punch. This time around Realme is taking Xiaomi’s route to tease its smartphone by mocking others in the segment. The steep competition that has sprouted between Realme and Xiaomi is something that could benefit the consumers as both the brands would try to woo them in every way possible.
In India, the pricing of a smartphone plays a significant role. If Realme 3 Pro is priced correctly to curb the competition, we may see it getting the upper hand in the market. It would be interesting to see how OPPO’s sub-brand Realme positions the Realme 3 Pro.
What’s your thought on the Realme 3 Pro? Do you think it will be able to compete with the already successful Redmi Note 7 Pro in India? Let us know in the comments below.