The Realme 3 Pro was introduced last Monday and today, as promised, the phone appeared for its first online flash sale. The company posted on Twitter that over 170,000 units were sold in just 8 minutes, with the amount expected to increase even more with second and third flash sales, all scheduled for today.
The biggest fans of Realme could purchase the most powerful smartphone of the company in a blind order three days before the official announcement. The Oppo sub-brand also opened its first pop-up store on Saturday, where hardcore enthusiasts could purchase physically the device, as well as win some prizes like tickets for the Avengers: Endgame movie.
The Realme 3 Pro comes with Snapdragon 710 and an impressive 16 MP camera, spotted in the OnePlus 6T. It has 4,045 mAh battery, VOOC charging and goes for INR13,999, which is $200 or €180 for the 4/64 GB variant. There is also a 6/128 GB variant, although it would cost you INR16,999 or $245/€218.