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Huge markdown for best-selling smartphone Realme 3

Realme Philippines, the smartphone brand for every Filipino, is now offering a huge markdown for its budget segment disruptor realme 3. 

Huge markdown for best-selling smartphone Realme 3

In a promo that started August 1, the variants of realme 3 available offline have a P1,000 discount, making the price point of the best-selling realme smartphone even more competitive.  

The realme 3 is available offline in two variants: 3GB RAM with 64GB storage and 4GB RAM with 64GB storage. Originally priced at P7,990 and P9,990, respectively, the variants will now be P6,990 and P8,990. 

Launched last March 19, the budget segment disruptor was welcomed with real smartphone love with sold-out sales and record-breaking sales for realme Philippines in both online and offline channels. 

“The realme 3 is one of our most-beloved smartphones locally. We are so grateful for the warm reception it got from the Filipino consumers after its launch. This August, we wish to welcome more Filipino patrons to our squad. They deserve a powerful and stylish smartphone experience, so we dare them to leap to realme 3 and enjoy the sweet price drop,” said realme Philippines Marketing Lead Eason de Guzman.  

The realme 3 brings a remarkable smartphone experience with its 13MP + 2MP rear dual cameras, higher-tier MediaTek Helio P60 processor and a dynamic unibody design, features unmatched in its price segment.

The realme 3 is available in all 100 realme stores and kiosks and in the 2,500 partner stores nationwide. 

Realme fans and fans-to-be are encouraged to follow the realme official Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts for more information. Purchasers of the realme 3 are also welcome to join the realme community on Facebook to see the latest news and discussions about the brand, get exclusive invites to gatherings, receive special offers and more. 

Topics: Realme Philippines , realme 3 , Eason de Guzman , MediaTek Helio P60
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