Realme 3 Pro official release date revealed on twitter by Madhav Seth

Realme 3 Front- Feature

Update: Realme has tweeted on its official Twitter handle about the launch details of Realme 3 Pro. Take a look below. 

The most awaited smartphone release in India this month is Realme 3 Pro. This statement would be true for many reasons. The company has been actively teasing the handset release on its social channels. And today, we finally know the launch date of the new Realme smartphone. 

Also read: A new Realme 3 Pro leak points to a Snapdragon 710 SoC & VOOC 3.0 support

Realme 3 Pro release date out

Madhav Seth, the CEO of Realme Mobiles tweeted the details of the launch of his company’s next smartphone. And then he deleted it. He wasn’t fast enough to delete his tweet as we got the hold of the details of RM3 Pro launch. 

While Mr. Seth might not be fast enough, he surely teases the Realme 3 is quite fast for a mid-ranger. Taglined, “Speed Awakens”, the Realme 3 Pro is said to release in India on April 22nd. The event shall start at 12:30 PM and the venue for the event is said to be Delhi University Stadium. 

Realme 3 Pro Launch Date

Now that you know the launch date of the Realme 3 Pro. Are you excited about the phone? What do I hear? No. Well, wait till you see the specifications. The handset is believed to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 processor. It is teased to be the only mid-ranger in the market that could play Fortnite. Plus, there are rumours that it could pack the similar primary lens that’s available on the OnePlus 6T.

Well, other SD710 enabled handsets could also, but again, they can’t be called a mid-ranger if the pricing is above Rs 20,000. Considering the Realme 2 Pro launch price, which started at Rs 13,990, we believe the upgrade could also be priced similarly. What do you guys think of the Realme 3 Pro launch in India? Let us know in the comment section below. 


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