Realme is refreshing its ‘X’ series with the yet-to-be-announced Realme X3 SuperZoom. The model has been signed off by multiple certification authorities and has also been spotted on Geekbench’s listings – so the official introduction shouldn’t be far off. Here’s everything we know about the phone so far, apart from the Oppo Prices.
The Realme X3 SuperZoom bears the model number RMX2086 as per the three different authorities that have certified it: Thailand’s NBTC, India’s BIS, and the Eurasian EEC. A Snapdragon 855+ chip powers the flagship if you go by the ‘msmnile’ codename that the benchmarking site lists. It’s borrowed from last year’s Realme X2 Pro.
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The chip has an ARM81 architecture, with an octa-core processor that operates at a 1.78 GHz frequency. The processor is combined with up to 12GB of RAM, as per the listing. The SoC scored 788 points on its single-core test and managed 2,624 points on the multiple-core benchmark.
As the ‘SuperZoom’ moniker suggests a camera-centric design, but the Geekbench listing doesn’t mention any camera details. That being said, if the supposed ‘SuperZoom’ is an upgrade over the telephoto lenses that the current Realme phones utilize, the Realme X3 SuperZoom might offer hybrid zoom beyond 20x.
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The hardware runs on Android 10 – no surprises there, but it remains to be seen if it’ll have the ColorOS 7 or Realme’s own realme UI v1.0 running top of the Android base. At any rate, the Realme X3 won’t be the mid-range device that the original Realme X2 was. The specification sheet points to flagship-tier performance at a higher-end Oppo Price tag, much like the still-recent Realme X50 Pro 5G.