There have been several speculations regarding the Realme X3 Pro but the company is yet to officially reveal anything about the model. In the early part of this year, a Realme-branded model bearing the model number RMX2121 was spotted on TENAA and it is believed to be the X3 Pro.
A Realme model bearing a different model number has now appeared on the benchmarking app GeekBench database. The device adopts the codename RMX2083 and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset. This springs up confusion as to the actual configuration of the actual X3 Pro.
The Realme X3 and X3 Superzoom are both powered by a Snapdragon 855+ so, the X3 Pro may as well pack a Snapdragon 855+ chipset. However, just recently a third model with model number RMX2170 and said to be the X3 Pro was certified by TUV Rheinland. The model packs a 65W fast charge support.
Realme has already launched the X3 and X3 Superzoom a few months back. The X3 Superzoom came with a telephoto camera which supports up to 5X optical zoom. The phone equally features up to 12 GB RAM and an impressive 32 MP selfie shooter.
At the moment, the exact specifications of the model are unknown but GeekBench shows it will have 8GB of RAM and will run on Android 10 operating system. There speculations that Realme will launch the model during its maiden appearance at IFA Berlin 2020 this September.
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