Realme X3 Pro with Snapdragon 865 may have been spotted at AnTuTu
Realme seems to be working on a second Snapdragon 865 powered phone as a previously unseen RMX2072 device posted a score of over 600,000 on AnTuTu. Rumor has it that this will become the Realme X3 Pro.
A Realme X3 (RMX2142) went through TENAA a few weeks ago and there were signs of an X3 SuperZoom (RMX2086) as well. This one will use the older S855+ chipset, same as the X2 Pro, but with offer slower 30W charging (that's still plenty fast, of course, but the X2 Pro goes up to 50W).
Back to the alleged Realme X3 Pro. Based on the memory score, it will have UFS 3.1 storage (for comparison, the X2 Pro had UFS 3.0).
There’s no word on the screen size, but if we look at the X50 and X50 pro, they have 6.57” and 6.44” panels, respectively. This ties into the X3 info from TENAA, which showed a 6.57” panel.
Leakster @IceUniverse is hinting that this is a gaming phone, so there may be more to the phone. A higher than 60Hz refresh rate is a given as the X2 Pro and X50 Pro both have 90Hz screens, X50 even goes up to 120Hz. That and the flagship chipset is enough to make this a great phone for gaming, but there may be something more.
Whether it’s a gaming phone or not, the Realme X3 Pro could be related to the phone that leaked at the end of April, the one that featured a distinctive vertical strip running down the middle of its back.
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- 22 Aug 2020
Not really... Gaming phone are really needed. Just because you can play in a 2gb old phone doesn't mean u dont need a gaming phone... Your comment just tell me you are not really into phone games and you are not really good at it.. the frame dro...
- 22 Aug 2020
Yes, we can see it that way. And well, I hate folding phones, they are expensive and overly complicated for no practical reasons, they are almost useless... The Alpha is a special beast...
- 15 May 2020