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About the Phone
The powerful Snapdragon 855+ processor, a vibrant display with a 120Hz refresh rate support, Realme X3 is technically a flagship killer given its price tag in India.
- Ultra-large 6.6” display 120Hz refresh rate
- Powerful Snapdragon 855+ processor
- Excellent battery life
- Powerful camera setup
- It could have used an AMOLED panel
- Side-mounted fingerprint scanner
- There’s no 3.5mm headphone jack
Realme’s latest addition to the X3 series is the new Realme X3. Launched on June 25, the phone takes all the specifications from the previously launched Realme X3 SuperZoom except a few details here and there including the 60x Starry Zoom feature. The device manages to bring a powerful processor on-board with sufficient storage, RAM options, and impressive colour options to check out. There’s a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top along with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and more.
Realme X3 Price in India
Talking about the Realme X3 pricing in India, Realme is selling two variants of Realme X3 in two major colourways i.e. Arctic White and Glacier Blue. The entry-level 6+128GB variant is available at Rs.24,999/- in India while the larger 8+128GB is available at Rs.25,999/-. It will be available on Flipkart and Realme’s online store by June 30 although the pre-orders on Flipkart have already started. Realme X3 will be available in retail stores soon.
Realme phones are pretty desirable when it comes to their design and Realme X3 isn’t any different. It has a vivid display with tiny bezels around the display and a tiny chin similar to OnePlus 6. Further, the phone has a highly reflective and gradient back panel that has an immersive curvy line born out of reflection with light. There’s a vertically stacked and slim quad-camera setup on the back that raises a few millimetres above and a Realme branding at the bottom and that’s pretty much all.
The display mounted on Realme X3 is a 6.6-inch IPS LCD panel with an 84.7% screen-to-body ratio and 1080×2400 pixels resolution. It has a 20:9 aspect ratio and has a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on top for extreme protection against a few drops from 1 to 1.5-meter height. There’s a dual punch-hole cutout on the top-left of the display. The best thing about the display is that it is super smooth thanks to the 120Hz refresh rate.
As teased, Realme X3 is packed with a Snapdragon 855+ octa-core processor under the hood. Manufactured using a 7nm manufacturing process and clocked at a max 2.96GHz, the processor is backed with 128GB UFS 3.0 storage and 6/8GB RAM variants and an Adreno 640 700MHz that handles all the graphics requirements with ease.
Realme X3 is coupled with the latest Android 10-based RealmUI that gives it a forefront side to two major Android upgrades in the future.
About the optics, Realme sports six camera sensors in total. Two of the sensors are placed right at the back in a punch-hole cutout where 16+8MP sensors reside with 1080p@30fps support. At the front, there’s a quad-camera setup with the primary 64MP sensor with PDAF, f/1.8mm; an 8MP ultrawide sensor with 119-degree field of view, 1.12micron pixel size and an aperture of f/2.3; a 2MP macro sensor and finally, a new 12MP telephoto sensor with PDAF and 2x optical zoom. Note that the Realme X3 SuperZoom too has a similar setup except the last telephoto sensor as it supports 60X zoom.
Realme X3 is equipped with a beefy 4,200 mAh battery that sits in its 8.9mm thick chassis and produces output for more than a day on mixed usage while light usage can take it way beyond a day. There’s a powerful 30W Dart Charge which is advertised to fully charge the battery in 55 minutes although give or take a few minutes depending on various factors.
Realme doesn’t shy away from releasing a few phones every month and most of them are pretty impressive. Take Realme X3 for example and you would love its enigmatic display, adrenaline-packed processor, and excellent camera setup and that’s all inspired from Realme X3 SuperZoom which has been available for more than a month except its periscope camera setup. Realme X3 does manage to get everything right and above one, the price is right as well.