Through Thailand’s NBTC certification, Realme X3 SuperZoom has basically surfaced to signal that it’s coming soon. With a model number RMX2086, the device looks like it’s going to be the successor of Realme X2.
Launched last October, Realme X2 sports Snapdragon 730G and 64MP quad-cam. In the case of Realme X3, based on a Geekbench listing, the listed 1.78Ghz octa-core CPU is the Snapdragon 855+ chipset. It’s also coupled with 12GB RAM. Interestingly, it’s the same chipset found on the Realme X2 Pro that debuted two weeks after X2. Other than Thailand, Realme X3 SuperZoom is expected to launch in India as well after its BIS certification in February. Given the naming scheme, we’re pretty sure that the device will feature high digital zoom. We should be hearing more about the upcoming phone in the next couple of weeks, as it’s going to be exactly six months since the release of its predecessor.