Realme X3 Listed on Geekbench Revealing Key Specifications

Realme X3 is recently making a lot of noise around the news. The company is all set to launch this and the Realme Superzoom X3 in the Indian market. The manufacture has even teased the smartphones in a video with a tagline as “next flagship” for Realme. There are many leaks about these upcoming flagship duo for India.

The devices that the manufacturer is launching under the flagship segment in India are the Realme X3, X3 SuperZoom. The invites are already out for the announcement of these two flagships, and the company is staging it live on 25th June at 12:30 PM IST.

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Realme X3 Specifications and Details

The Realme X3 base variant was found in the entry of Google Play Console revealing the smartphone would come with a 1,080 x 2,400 pixels FHD+ Display, Snapdragon 855+ SoC coupled with 8GB of RAM and running the latest Android 10 Operating System out-of-the-box.

This situation leaves the newly run Geekbench test of the Realme X3 at a position that the device is now competing with its sibling Realme X3 SuperZoom which runs with the same processor and RAM size. However, there is a catch with the higher end Realme X3 Pro, which got found on TENAA, and the 865 chipsets powers the device.

Realme X3

After checking the Geekbench scores, both the Realme SuperZoom X3 and the Normal version of X3 with a higher 12GB RAM perform very well. They are significantly close to the scores of Snapdragon 865 which is the highest-end launched this year after the Snapdragon 855+ SoC.

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These higher-end flagship chipsets on the X-series are making us wonder that the future budget range handsets from Realme would feature some better Qualcomm chipsets. Recently, the chipset manufacturer has launched the 690 chipset that features 5G support which most likes make it future proof for the low and mid-range buyers.

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