REALME X3 Posts on XDA

Realme X2 Pro and X3/X3 SuperZoom get new Realme UI updates with August 2020 patches, Super Power Saving Mode, and more

Realme jumped into the league of affordable high-end phones by launching the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus-powered Realme X2 Pro (our review) back in 2019. The Chinese OEM reused the same SoC while designing this year's Realme X3 series, which turned out to be an effective decision to keep the price low without sacrificing the raw...

Realme devices are getting a new “Smooth Scrolling” feature

Since its release, Realme's custom Android software, Realme UI, has managed to create its own loyal fanbase. The initial version of Realme UI is based on Android 10, while the upcoming second generation of the skin should be integrated on top of Android 11. Android purists might not like Realme's take on the operating system,...

Realme X3 SuperZoom Review — An Actual Flagship Killer

Flagship smartphones are getting more and more expensive. In 2014, $750 would have gotten you the best-of-the-best flagship of that generation. Now, you're looking at almost twice that price for the absolute best. It's increasingly becoming more difficult to justify a $1,000+ purchase for a base variant unless you really need all the features a...

Realme X3, X3 SuperZoom flagship killers and Realme Buds Q in-ear TWS launch in India

Realme, true to its tagline of "dare to leap," has taken several long-range leaps over the past couple of years since its inception. After stuffing the market with its entry-level and budget offerings, Realme launched its first true flagship – Realme X2 Pro (review) – last year followed by its first 5G-enabled signature device –...

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 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, 120Hz display gets listed on Google Play and India’s BIS

After weeks of leaks and teasers, Realme finally launched the Realme X3 SuperZoom in Europe late last month. Priced at €499, the Snapdragon 855+-powered flagship-killer features a 120Hz high refresh rate LCD at FHD+ resolution, up to 12GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of onboard storage. However, one of the most interesting aspects of...

Realme X3 SuperZoom launches with the Snapdragon 855+ and 120Hz display for €499

Realme has a wide range of choices across various price segments. After initially focussing on budget and mid-range phones, Realme forayed into the flagship killer segment with the launch of the Realme X2 Pro (review). The flagship killer was soon followed by the company's first 5G phone – the X50 Pro (review) – that was...

New Realme 5G smartphone gets certified with dual hole-punch selfie cameras

Realme's X lineup has grown over the past year, as the company works on cementing its brand positioning in the Indian market. The Realme X was an early mid-range device, evolving into the Realme XT, X2, X2 Pro, and then to the X50 Pro 5G. There did appear to be a jump in the naming convention,...

Realme X3 SuperZoom gets certified by Thailand’s NBTC

Realme's X series has evolved along as the OEM evolved over the months. The series started off with the Realme X, which was seated as an early mid-range device. It then moved on to the Realme XT, then the Realme X2 and X2 Pro, and then to the Realme X50 Pro 5G. The jump from...