The fight for the entry-level segment of the European smartphone market heated up today, as Realme, a sister-company to OPPO and OnePlus, waded into the fray with the launch of its flagship device, the Realme 3 Pro. Specs-wise, the Realme 3 Pro is a standard, middle-of-the-road budget handset. That’s hardly surprising, given that the entry-level model retails at £175 (or €199). So, what do you get for your hard-earned money? Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 platform 4GB/6GB RAM 64GB/128GB ROM 16MP + 5MP rear-facing camera 25MP selfie camera 4,050mAh battery VOOC 3.0 flash 2,340×1,080 FHD+ display (408 PPI) 8 percent screen-to-body…

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