It will be hard to find someone who doesn’t know about the Realme X series, the flagship killer. Realme has six smartphones under the hood of its X series, and it is likely to expand in the lineup with the Realme X3 SuperZoom.
The device has been spotted on the Geekbench listing and added a bag of certifications. However, still, there is no hearing the date of launch.
Rename X3 SuperZoom comes in bearing model number RMX2086, and the devices have been certified by NBTC and EEC. Moreover, it came up on the list of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) website, calling for forthcoming launch.
The listings that showed up on the websites’ radar don’t divulge any configurations of the X3 SuperZoom, but it is pleasant to know from Geekbench that the phone will be running on Android 10 and feature 12GB RAM.
From the benchmark listing, it indicates the motherboard as “msmnile,” which accommodates to the flagship chipset, Snapdragon 855+ SoC. This chipset is the familiar chipset that featured on the flagship device, Realme X2 Pro.
The benchmark doesn’t disclose any more specs of X3 SuperZoom. But, hearing the name, we can assume that it will feature a telephoto camera with more than 20x zoom capacity that has already been seen in Realme’s flagship.
As we’ve heard of X3 SuperZoom, we will see a regular X3 also in the house.
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