Realme is the 'Redmi' of OPPO, and its main objective is to create affordable terminals, framed mostly within the mid-range and entry. The Realme 3i is one of them, a bet for the reduced bezels, autonomy, and striking colors.
Realme wanted to take seriously the frontal use and has equipped its 3i with a screen percentage of 88.3%, a figure that denotes a good exercise when compacting the front. Speaking of the panel that presides this front, we are facing 6.22 inches with HD + resolution and IPS technology, protected by Gorilla Glass 3.
In the same way, the panel reaches 450 nits, a figure more than acceptable for an input range (it is the figure by which they move, without going any further, the Google Pixel 3 ).
In the back of the device, we find a finish that imitates the diamond (despite being plastic), creating some gradients of color quite curious. Similarly, we found a fingerprint reader in the classic location (a little above the rear center part of the phone) and a double camera.
Despite being an economic device, Realme has not wanted to give up practically anything. The terminal is compatible with Dual SIM (nano + nano + SD), has a battery of 4,230mAh, has face recognition and, at the photographic level, uses artificial intelligence and has a night mode. And do not forget, we have a headphone jack.
Going deeper into the hardware, it has an Helio P60 12nm processor accompanied by a base configuration of 3 and 32GB of RAM and internal memory. The camera, with a double sensor, has a 13-megapixel camera along with another secondary sensor of 2 megapixels. The handset is priced at Rs. 7,999 for 3GB + 32GB variant while the 4GB + 64GB variant is priced at Rs.9,999.