Today, we got to know that the Realme 3i would launch alongside the Realme X as the “Lite” version of the Realme 3. Now, the phone showed up on Geekbench that revealed the chipset which would be powering the device. And it’s no surprise as the MediaTek Helio P60 it is.
The phone bears the model number RMX1827 & the chipset is mentioned as the MT6771, which is the MediaTek Helio P60. It is worth mentioning that the Realme 3 launched in India as the first Helio P70-powered phone. The Helio P60 isn’t a bad processor by any means. In fact, at around Rs 7,000 price, it destroys every other processor in terms of the sheer performance, whether it is the Snapdragon 636 or any Exynos chip.
The listing reveals 4GB RAM and Android 9 Pie running out of the box. Talking about the benchmark scores, the single-core score is 1,420 while the phone scores 5,070 on multi-core. The phone has a waterdrop notch, a big battery and best in class cameras in this price segment.