Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom with 120Hz display, Snapdragon 855+ launching in India on June 25
Realme has been aggressively launching products in the Indian market. The only break that occurred in their launch schedule was because of the unavoidable circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. With the lockdown in India now being decentralized and mostly lifted, product launches have gotten back on track. Realme is now looking forward to launching the Realme X3 and the Realme X3 SuperZoom in India.
|Specifications||Realme X3 SuperZoom|
|Dimensions & Weight||
|RAM & Storage||
|Storage Type||UFS 3.0 + Turbo Write + Host Performance Booster (HPB)|
|Fingerprint Sensor||Side-mounted fingerprint|
|Android Version||Realme UI based on Android 10|
The Realme X3 SuperZoom has already been launched in Europe in May 2020, so we have a fair idea of what to expect out of this smartphone. The highlight of this device is the fact that it comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC, a 120Hz LCD display, and a periscope shooter. The SoC choice is particularly interesting in this case because flagships with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 have been prohibitively expensive. With the Snapdragon 855+ at the fore, Realme will be able to offer an exciting user experience while still maintaining a good price point. The 12GB/256GB variant of the device was launched for €499 in Europe, which converts into ~₹42,750 at current conversion rates. Realme could possibly offer a lower RAM variant in India. That, coupled with the government incentives, could give us a lower price point in the country.
#TheXIsHere with a super camera built to capture the stars & a starry mode available for the first time on a #realme smartphone with 4th generation of Super Nightscape!#60XSuperZoomSuperSpeed
Launching #realmeX3 & #realmeX3SuperZoom on 25th June, 12:30 PMhttps://t.co/v7Xkm8HALx pic.twitter.com/QfhHwgxyWT
— realme (@realmemobiles) June 17, 2020
In addition to the Realme X3 SuperZoom, Realme is also teasing the Realme X3. Previous reports suggest that the device will come with the same Snapdragon 855+ SoC, as well as the 120Hz display. Changes are expected on the camera setup and possibly on lower-tech RAM and storage.
Curiously, we have evidence of the existence of a third device, in the form of the Realme X3 Pro. However, Realme’s current teasers make no mention of the launch of the Realme X3 Pro in the country. We’ll find out which devices actually get launched on June 25.