Top 7 Trending Smartphones This Week: Realme X, Mi A3, OnePlus 7 Pro, Redmi X, Realme 3 Pro & More!

The upcoming smartphones this month take up the trend space this week. With OnePlus 7 Pro on top, the new budget flagships, Realme X and Redmi X have been a part of the hype. Newly launched Realme 3 Pro also continues to trend

Redmi Y3 and Redmi 7 also trended after raking up at the Amazon summer sale.

Xiaomi is also said to unveil Mi A3 this week in the country. Redmi will launch a special edition of its upcoming flagship in association with Marvel. The smartphone will have a special Avengers Endgame design on the out running on Snapdragon 855.

Let’s check out the top trending smartphones from this week.


Realme 3 Pro

The recently launched Realme 3 Pro still is on top of the trending list after it went for its maiden flash sale last week. The mid-budget flagship will also be launched in China next week marking Realme’s entry in the market. Realme 3 Pro in India starts at Rs 13,999 running on Snapdragon 710 with a 6.3-inch water drop notch display on top. At the back the smartphone comes with dual cameras including the OnePlus 6T Sony IMX 519 sensor and the new VOOC 3.0 20W fast charging technology.

OnePlus 7 Pro

With a few days left, OnePlus 7 Pro will go official on May 14 alongside OnePlus 7. Recently the alleged pricing was revealed. The smartphone is said to be available in three different storage variants in India, the base model starting at Rs 49,999. This is in line with the previous price leak on Weibo. The smartphone also received the highest ever OLED rating for a smartphone by DisplayMate. It is also said to come with HDR10+ certification to offer peak brightness upto 4,000 nits offering refresh rate upto 90Hz.

Xiaomi Mi A3

Xiaomi will be launching a new Snapdragon 700-series smartphone in India this month. Expected to be Mi A3, the upcoming Xiaomi smartphone will come with the latest of features and specs, inspired by Redmi Note 7 Pro. Mi A3 will come with a glass sandwich body, an upgrade over the current metal build on Mi A2. Xiaomi Mi A3 is going to be carry a lot out of Mi 9 SE with a dot notch Full HD+ display on top running on the latest Android One version.

Realme X

Ex-Oppo sub-brand Realme will soon be launching its first set of smartphones for China. This includes the much-hyped Realme X. The company has shared enough of teasers and the India CEO Madhav Seth himself has confirmed that Realme X is coming to India. The company is yet to share any detail on the India launch of Realme X, but it’s expected to happen later this month soon after it’s China launch. The smartphone will come with a notch-less full-screen display, a pop-up selfie sensor and dual cameras.

Redmi X

After dropping the Avengers Endgame Edition teaser, Xiaomi itself confirmed the launch of a Redmi flagship on May 14. While Redmi X is just a codename, the actual name is going to be different, the company GM confirmed. Redmi X will come with a special Avengers Endgame Edition flagship with other regular variants. The smartphone will run on Snapdragon 855 with three rear cameras at the back, notch-less display, pop-up selfie camera on top, 4,000mAh battery and more.

Redmi Y3

The recently launched third generation Redmi Y series smartphone was up for sale last week and is also a part of the ongoing Amazon Summer sale. Redmi Y3 features a super 32-megapixel camera upfront running on Snapdragon 632 chip with an AI powered dual camera setup at the back. The rear dual camera features a 12-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. Redmi Y3 is available via Amazon India and starting at Rs 9,999.

Redmi 7

Redmi 7 has been trending since it’s been on sale. The smartphone is also is a part of the ongoing Amazon Summer sale. After being announced in China last month, Redmi 7 made its debut in India last week. The smartphone comes with a HD+ dot notch display with Snapdragon 632 chip on top, 4,000mAh battery, MIUI based on Android 9 Pie and much more. Redmi 7 starts at Rs 8,999 for the base model with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.

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