Realme is gearing up to unveil a new smartphone dubbed Realme X3 SuperZoom. The new entry for the X-series already visited Indian BIS as well as Bluetooth SIG certifications. Apart from the camera-centric and super zoom capabilities, the handset is set to include the last year’s flagship SoC Snapdragon 855+, ensuring extreme performance. We believe that Realme is purportedly selecting this chipset to deliver it at an affordable price tag.
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According to a reliable source, the Realme X3 SuperZoom will draw power from a 4,200mAh battery. Moreover, it will include 30W fast-charging support, likely one of Oppo’s VOOC technologies. Unfortunately, details are still scarce about this handset. However, the certification agencies are there to mix up the small pieces of details and give us the first impressions of the handset. According to Bluetooth SIG, the handset supports Bluetooth 5.1 standard. Besides it, we also have a GeekBench benchmark confirming the Snapdragon 855 platform along with 12GB of RAM and Android 10 OS.
Besides the SuperZoom, rumors also indicate that the company can release a toned-down version dubbed Realme X3. We believe that both handsets will be quite affordable. After all, the company already has one flagship offering this year dubbed Realme X50 Pro 5G and it sports the Snapdragon 865 SoC.
So what is the point of using last year’s flagship SoC? We believe that it’s for the sake of affordability. The Snapdragon 855+ must be cheaper than it was six months ago as the biggest focus is on the Snapdragon 865+. This way, the company can deliver performance while it also focuses on other advanced features.