If you’re on a hunt for a smartphone with a whole garland of high-end specs and facilities yet don’t wish to spend bug-bucks on flagships inclination afterwards a Realme X3 Superzoom competence be tough to ignore.
Launching in Europe before a brand’s common home of India, a Realme X3 brings facilities routinely indifferent for phones pulling £1000 down to a mid-range. There’s a periscope lens, for example, and a shade that matches a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra when it comes to modernise rate. For a starting cost of £469 there’s positively a lot to get vehement about.
As a Superzoom moniker suggests, Realme is focussing a lot on a periscope camera here. This is a underline we’ve seen on a Oppo Find X2 Pro and Huawei P40 Pro and it lets we get distant closer to your theme yet resorting to digital wizz and cropping. You can fire by this 5x lens during 8MP, yet there’s also a categorical 64-megapixel camera, a 2-megapixel macro and 8-megapixel ultrawide. We can’t contend we’re fans of these 2-megapixel macro cameras, however a rest of a array sounds promising.
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On a front of a phone you’ve got a vast 6.6-inch 1080p LCD panel, with an considerable 120Hz modernise rate for well-spoken scrolling and gaming. There’s also a cutout in a tip dilemma that houses a 32-megapixel selfie camera. The arrangement isn’t totally edge-to-edge, yet a bezel is still sincerely minimal.
Other facilities embody 30w charging over USB-C, a Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 12GB RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage. There’s no 5G support though, that competence be something of a beating for a few. However, deliberation a cost and that it has a processor that was Qualcomm’s flagship during a finish of 2019 we’re not going to complain.
The Realme X3 will go on sale initial in a UK and Spain from Jun 4 and we can pre-order it in possibly white or blue from currently (May 26). It’ll set we behind £469 for a usually 12GB RAM/256GB storage option.