The Realme GT Neo3 was launched today in India, starting its global rollout. Both of the phones editions came are here – 80W and 150W – and its price starts from INR 29,999 or about $390/€370.
The event also saw the arrival of the Realme Pad Mini to the Asian country with its 8.7” screen and Unisoc chipset.
The price of the Dimensity 8100-powered GT Neo3 is exclusive for May 4, when Realme is celebrating its birthday. After that, the GT Neo3’s 80W charging and 5,000mAh battery version will be INR 36,999 ($485/€460) with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
The 150W variant comes with a smaller 4,500mAh battery, but ampler 12/256GB memory and a heftier INR 42,999 ($565/€530) price tag. It will be available in all three colors – Plain Black, Silverstone White, and Le Mans Blue, which is called Nitro Blue in India.
The Realme Pad Mini is an affordable tablet with an ultra-thin body at just 7.6 mm. It has a 6,400mAh battery that supports 18W charging and a dedicated Realme UI for the Pad interface.
Realme will sell the Pad Mini in Black and Blue in four versions – INR 10,999 ($145/€135) for a 3/32GB Wi-Fi-only unit, INR 12,999 ($170/€160) for the 3/32GB LTE and 4/64GB Wi-Fi-only models, and finally INR 14,999 ($195/€185) for the top 4/64 GB LTE variant. All these options will be discounted by INR 2,000 ($26/€25) between May 2 and May 9 during the brand’s birthday celebrations.
The event also saw the introduction of the Realme Buds Air 3 in Nitro Blue color, matching one of the GT Neo3 paint jobs. It will cost INR 4,999 ($65/€60), which is a 25% more than the classic Black and White colors.
Madhav Sheth, Realme CEO, also revealed a Realme Smart TV X Full HD will cost INR 22,999 ($300/€285) for the 40” version and INR 25,999 ($340/€322) for the 43” option, with sales scheduled for next week.