Realme X3, X3 SuperZoom likely to launch in India


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Realme seems to be gearing up for the second quarter launches in India. The company’s CEO Madhav Sheth earlier teased the X3 Super Zoom’s astrophotography Starry mode. Now, a recent tip has revealed that the new Realme X3, X3 Super Zoom and Realme TV were spotted on the support page of Realme India website.

According to 91Mobiles, both the handsets along with the Realme TV shortly appeared on Realme’s Official website. Though the listing has been removed now, it has given a clear precedent that the company intends to launch those devices in the Indian market.

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As for the Realme X3 and X3 Super Zoom, the handsets have been leaked multiple times earlier with the devices getting spotted on Bluetooth SIG and other country certifications. The Realme X3’s complete specification got leaked on TENAA recently while the X3 Super Zoom is rumored to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC. 

However, both the devices will most likely come with its own Realme UI based on Android 10. Other rumored specs are a 4200mAh battery and 30W fast charging support.

Regarding the Realme X3 Super Zoom’s zooming features, the Company’s CEO Madhav Sheth recently teased about the starry mode which can zoom insanely close to the stars and capture them well. The optics is likely to be a quad-camera setup having a 108MP primary sensor, along with a Telephoto lens and a 60X zoom option with a dedicated astrophotography mode enabled. 

Apart from this, the company is also rumoured to launch its own Realme TV to rival the likes of others like Xiaomi, OnePlus etc. The TV leaked a few days back where it got certified by Google India.

Additionally, it got leaked on the Bluetooth SIG listing revealing the screen sizes of the TV to be 32, 43, and 55-inches. The Realme TV will come with Mstar T16 SoC onboard and will be an Android TV certified by Google. Unfortunately, other details are not available at the moment and we will have to wait for legitimate info to affirm our claims further.

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