The Realme X3 has launched today alongside the X3 SuperZoom in India. As we had anticipated earlier, it’s essentially the same device as the SuperZoom, only with the removal of the periscope camera system.
It features the same 6.6-inch 120Hz IPS FHD+ display, with a hole-punch for the front cameras. It runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset paired with 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
On the rear of the phone we have the same 64MP main camera, paired with an 8MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP module. There’s also a brand new 12MP telephoto lens here capable of 2x optical zoom.
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The regular X3 also packs a different front facing camera setup. There’s a 16MP primary shooter and an 8MP ultrawide camera now. Apart from the camera differences and storage configurations.
We’ve still got the side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and it’s all powered by the same 4,200 mAh battery with 30W fast charging. As for software, the Realme X3 comes with Android 10, and there’s Realme UI on top.
So, what about pricing? The 6GB/128GB variant will go on sale for INR 24,999 (330$), while the 8GB/128GB model will cost 25,999 ($343). It’s scheduled to go on sale on June 30.