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Realme X3 SuperZoom may come with Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC and 12GB RAM

10 April 2020 0

Realme appears to have a new smartphone to launch pretty soon as the device has shown its presence at various certification sites. After being spotted at European and Indian certification sites, the phone has now apparently crossed Thailand’s NBTC as well.

The listed model number is RMX2086 which is the same as found on other certifications. But this time the retail name of the device has also been revealed via that NBTC database. According to the listing, the phone is called Realme X3 SuperZoom but not too many details are listed with it. The phone could be a variant of the standard Realme X3 phone which will come as a successor to Realme X2, also the name suggests it is going to have high zooming capabilities.

The only information the NBTC listing provides is that the device supports GSM, WCDMA, and LTE networks and there is no mention of the 5G network. This means the device doesn’t support 5G which further suggests the phone is not going to be powered by any of the 5G-equipped chipsets, including Snapdragon 765G, MediaTek Dimensity 1000, or even the flagship Snapdragon 865.

The phone with the same model number has been spotted on Geekbench as well, suggesting what could be the chipset. According to the listing, the Realme X3 SuperZoom Edition features ‘msmnile’ motherboard, which is the codename for the Snapdragon 855 SoC. The Geekbench also suggests the device will come with 12GB RAM and Android 10 OS.

We may learn more about this device soon, so let’s just wait for more details to come in.



Realme X3 SuperZoom may come with Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC and 12GB RAM
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