Realme 3’s Nightscape feature to come to all older Realme phones soon

“The Nightscape mode in Realme 3 is integrated with AI and multi-frame exposure that helps to get bright images in low light condition by reducing blur and enhancing colour.”

The OPPO sub-brand Realme has announced that the Nightscape feature of Realme 3 will be offered to all the older Realme devices soon. The Nightscape mode or night mode in Realme 3 helps the users to click bright images in low light condition. The announcement was made by the CEO of Realme India, Madhav Seth.

The Realme 3 was launched on March 4th in India and comes as a successor to the Realme 2, which was introduced last year. The new device features a dewdrop-design display with competitive features at an affordable price. Along with the impressive design, it packs a mid-range MediaTek SoC, a dual set-up of the lens at its back and a beefy battery. The device is available in two options of 3GB RAM/32GB storage and 4GB RAM+64GB storage and comes with the price tags of Rs 8,999 and Rs 10,999 respectively.
realme_3_review_design5Moving on the optical configuration, it has a dual rear camera setup of 12MP+2MP, which comes with LED flash. At the front, there is an AI 13MP selfie shooter. The rear camera comes with PDAF fast focusing, chroma boost, Hybrid HDR and Nightscape mode, which is integrated with AI and multi-frame exposures to click bright pictures by reducing blur at night.

At the launch event of Realme 3, the brand has also declared that all the Realme devices will get Android v9.0 (Pie) and ColorOS v6.0 updates in the first half of this year.

Realme 3 Specifications
Octa core (2.1 GHz, Quad Core + 2 GHz, Quad core)
MediaTek Helio P70
6.2 inches (15.75 cm)
720x1520 px, 271 PPI
13 MP + 2 MP Dual Primary Cameras
LED Flash
13 MP Front Camera
4230 mAh
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Rs. 8,099.00
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Rs. 8,399.00
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