Realme seems ready to launch a second smartphone equipped with Snapdragon 865 in this 2020. The device has as its model name "RMX2072" and would have just registered a score of over 600.000 on AnTuTu. Several rumors suggest that it may be the next Realme X3 Pro.
Realme X3 Pro caught on AnTuTu, arriving with Snapdragon 865
A few weeks ago, the Realme X3 (RMX2142) was caught on TENAA, followed poco later from some leaks regarding an X3 SuperZoom (RMX2086). The latter will use the older Snapdragon 855+ chipset, like the X2 Pro, but with slower 30W charging (the X2 Pro goes up to 50W).
Returning to the Realme X3 Pro, the benchmark on AnTuTu shows us that the device will be equipped with internal memory of the UFS 3.1 type (when the X2 Pro had UFS 3.0).
While for other specifications such as the screen size we have no official data, except the 6,57-inch panel leaked from the TENAA certification for the Realme X3. So that could be the final dimension.
Furthermore, according to the leakster IceUniverse, the X3 Pro would actually be a gaming phone. This means that we could find a display with a refresh rate of 120Hz instead of 90Hz as on the X50 or 60Hz series on the predecessor, the X2 Pro.
In any case, whether it's a smartphone dedicated to gaming or not, the Realme X3 Pro could be it smartphone leaked in late April, or the one with a vertical band on the back cover and three cameras.