Realme is reportedly set to launch Realme Q3, a mid-range 5G mobile phone, in China. The to-be-announced phone will be a successor to the previously launched Realme Q2. A leak hints Realme Q3 to be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 processor.
Realme confirms the arrival of Realme Q3 on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo yet without revealing the launch date. The company is looking to provide a ‘balance of performance and price’ with the Realme Q3. Also, the brand says that the Realme Q2 lineup was sold to over 1 million units since the launch.
While Realme Q3 is around the corner, it has waved rumor mills with various leaks and revelations. A source claims that the Realme Q3 will sport a display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The phone is said to pack a 4500mAh battery with a 65W fast charger in the box.
For the design of the Realme Q3, the handset is suggested to follow the brand’s pattern which includes a punch-hole display at the front and a quad rear camera at the back. Also, the source is expecting the phone to come under 2,000 Yuan (around Rs. 22,800). This is the first bit of speculation which we suggest taking with a pinch of salt.
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Since the Realme Q2 lineup was limited to China, the company has availed Realme Q2 5G in the Indian market rebadged as Realme Narzo 30 Pro (review). It may be possible that the Realme Q3 could follow in the same footsteps.