Alleged Realme X3 and X50 Youth pay a visit to TENAA


Realme X3

Realme celebrates its second birthday this month and keeps pushing new smartphones. We believe that the company has many devices now under wraps. Just waiting until COVID-19 allows them to be released. Back in the last month, a device surfaced on the Chinese certification Authority bearing RMX2142 models number. Now, a device that is numerically similar – RMX2141 paid a visit to TENAA along with another device carrying the RMX2052 model number. Apparently one of these devices is a variant of the upcoming Realme X3.

According to TENAA, there are some similarities between both devices. First of all, they have the same dimensions of 163.8 x 75.8 x 8.9mm. Interestingly enough, these dimensions match the recently released Realme X50m 5G. The very same thing happens with the reported weight of the RMX2142 and RMX2052 at 192g. When it comes to the RMX2141 we have a slight increase in weight, reaching 202g.

Another similarity between the RMX2141 and RMX2142 is that they both come with CDMA 800Hz support. This isn’t the case of RMX2052. Apparently, the two similar models are distinct variants of the upcoming Realme X3. Perhaps different market variants. When it comes to the RMX2052 it seems to be a new variant for the Realme X50 series.

This latter device boasts Snapdragon 765G chipset and has a 6.57-inch display. This panel has a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. On the back, we have a Quad-camera setup comprising a 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP setup. On the front, we can spot Realme’s favorite pill-shaped punch-hole approach. The cutout houses a dual-camera setup with 16MP and 2MP modules.

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We have to wait for confirmation from the company. However, all these devices seem to be joining soon the crescent list of upcoming Realme smartphones.

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