Realme X3 shows up on the Google Play Console with Snapdragon 855+ chipset

03 June 2020
The same chip as the SuperZoom, which is currently the only member of the X3 family. 

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  • Kritarth gupta

What's about the display?

  • Anonymous

Shadocx, 03 Jun 2020It's already an upgrade over the Realme X2's SD 730G if we ... moreAny idea when will it launch in India and at what price point?

  • zethione

has no one noticed that the DPI is absurd and probably wrong for what is essentially a full HD screen? unless they shrunk the phone size. 480 dpi out of a 1080p screen?

  • Aomrx70

If this is the upgrade of the previous X2 pro i will be disappointed of you realme. After doing a great job with the X2 pro you missed up badly and i am still thinking about the head phone jack. I was excited about the release of the X3/X3 pro but not anymore 😐.

Venom88, 03 Jun 2020Console* And why 855 Chipset when it should be 865 or 765G It's already an upgrade over the Realme X2's SD 730G if we consider it it's successor.

  • Anonymous

Venom88, 03 Jun 2020Console* And why 855 Chipset when it should be 865 or 765G 855+ is powerful enough for most mobile phones. It's more powerful than 765G. The antutu score of 855+ phones is same as that of Kirin 990 5G.

  • Woo_hoo

SD855+, but price will still be High, like if it was launched last year

Anonymous, 03 Jun 2020SD855+ supports 5G.The S855+ requires an external modem for 5G support, but it has an internal 4G modem, so skipping 5G saves money. The S865 always requires an external modem, so most makers decide to support 5G (even though it requires a more complicated antenna setup, from what I understand).

  • StallisViera

Actually it's SD8150 which is SnaoDragon855....
855+ is mentioned as SD8150_AC

Anonymous, 03 Jun 2020SD855+ supports 5G.You know what I meant by that. If not, look at the price hike with 865 and why it happens.

  • Anonymous

Venom88, 03 Jun 2020Console* And why 855 Chipset when it should be 865 or 765G There's nothing wrong with the SD855+

  • Anonymous

ThatJohnS, 03 Jun 2020Why not? 855+ is still great and much cheaper because to do... moreSD855+ supports 5G.

  • Anonymous

855+ , 8GB LPDDR4X , AMOLED , Nice Cameras.
No Brainer.

  • Anonymous

Im so confused by all those phone names: X3, X50, Narzo, c3, 5i, 6, XT, U1, etc. Plus all those combinations of: pro, player, m, a, i, s, c, 5G. I can't even tell what's their weakest and strongest phone. I thought Samsung's line was pretty f***ed up, but realme and xiaomi really top all of these. What's so hard about having a clear series-naming like. A=weak -> Z=strong + numbering from 1-9999 for the release date. No need for any pro, max, ultra, c, i ,s, m, a whatever series. Just use a higher number or like Nokia use 4.1 - 4.8 for the same phone. It's pretty easy. But maybe they want to confuse customers, for whatever strange reason?!

  • Anonymous

Another day, anotherm Realme...

Venom88, 03 Jun 2020Console* And why 855 Chipset when it should be 865 or 765G Why not? 855+ is still great and much cheaper because to doesn't come with 5G. And there are countries where 5G won't be a thing until after 2-3 or more years, so personally, I'd rather have 855+ then pay the extra for 5G.

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And why 855 Chipset when it should be 865 or 765G

  • Alex Masters

I want a Cosnole