Realme 3 to Be Launched in First Quarter of 2019: Madhav Sheth Teases Their Fans with New Image

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After the massive success with the few phones in the market, Oppo’s sub-brand Realme is now about to launch their new toy in the market. And that could be Realme 3. Today, CEO Madha Sheth teased their fans by sharing an image on his official Twitter handle.

The image asking for simple math to solved. Well, there is nothing much info though. But, the box of Realme 1 and Realme 2 clearly leads us to think about the Realme 3 launch which might take place in the upcoming month.

Image Courtesy: twitter.com/MadhavSheth1

Back in January, the company’s CEO has officially confirmed that the company is already working on Realme 3 and it will be unveiled in the first quarter of 2019. Yet, the official date has to arrive. But, as of now, I can say we are near to device launch. And the device might be packed with the 48 MP camera on the rear side.

Furthermore, we also reported that Realme A1 is under development and the company will launch soon in the Indian market. It’s likely possible that the company will launch Realme 3 and Realme A1 in the same event. Realme A1 will be priced between Realme U1 and Realme C1. The device will be powered by Helio P70 chipset.

Realme has some other future plans as well. As you might know, the company will open exclusive retail stores. And the company will start selling its devices offline with the launch of Realme 3. Also, there will be expanded selling of Realme accessories such as Realme earbuds, cases and chargers. Right now, you can buy Realme devices through Reliance stores.

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