Realme 3 Pro Live Images & Camera Samples Leaked, Fortnite Support Teased
With just a few days away from launch, Realme 3 Pro has now been teased in live images by CEO Madhav Sheth. After the camera samples, the smartphone has now been teased with Fortnite support out of the box.
The company has already confirmed that the smartphone will run on Snapdragon 710 SoC.
So, Realme 3 Pro is soon going to be the first smartphone in the lower mid-range segment that can run Fortnite out of the box. Snapdragon 700 series officially supports Fortnite.
Realme 3 Pro Live Images Out: Realme 3 Pro Will Support Fortnite
The company CEO posted another teaser for the upcoming Realme 3 Pro smartphone. He was seen playing Fortnite on the smartphone, confirming the support of Fortnite out of the box.
So, Realme 3 Pro will definitely be running on Snapdragon 710 platform, supporting Fornite out of the box.
Madhav Sheth has also claimed that Realme 3 Pro is soon going to be the first smartphone in “its segment” to do so.
The company has repeatedly claimed Realme 3 Pro to be better than the other “Pro” device currently available in the market, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro.
Realme 3 Pro will also come with the same imaging sensor as OnePlus 6T, the Sony IMX 519 as the primary shooter. In the previous teaser, already some of the camera samples has been shared.
Taking A Dig At Redmi Note 7 Pro
Not only the Realme 3 Pro live image was teased, but he kept Redmi Note 7 Pro on the side which couldn’t run the game, showing an error message stating “Device Not Supported”. The company has claimed that Realme 3 Pro is the only one smartphone to run the game out of the box.
Its direct competitor Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro couldn’t run Fortnite, showing a message saying “Device Not Supported”.
The error says “Device doesn’t have a compatible CPU”. Redmi Note 7 Pro runs on Snapdragon 675 SoC, which do not officially support Fortnite.
There’s even a lucky draw going on, so if you retweet the tweet, one lucky Realme fan with the retweet will win a Realme 3 Pro at the launch.
Realme 3 Pro Camera Samples Confirms HDR Support
In the previous tweet, the CEO shared multiple shots taken by Realme 3 Pro at a campus in Delhi University. There were three images in total, a selfie and two rear shots, all shot using the camera on the Realme 3 Pro. You can again retweet the tweet with the camera samples. Three fans will get the chance to join Madhav Sheth on stage during the launch of the Realme 3 Pro.
None of the images come with any exact resolution or EXIF data, but one image hints at the HDR support.
The selfie camera on the Realme 3 Pro could be higher than the 13MP shooter on competitor Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro. Some reports hint at the 25MP selfie camera from Realme U1, but it’s not confirmed yet.
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