In recent weeks, various speculations have suggested the arrival of the next Realme X3 Pro. That said, the Chinese company continues to remain silent on the subject.
Realme RMX2083 caught on GeekBench, is it the Realme X3 Pro?
Earlier this year, a device with model number RMX2121 was spotted on the Chinese certification site TENAA. At the time, many sources had suggested that it was Realme's X3 Pro, but this device has not been talked about anymore.
Well, now a smartphone with model number RMX2083 has been caught on the site of the famous benchmarking platform Geekbench. The smartphone seems to adopt a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ as a processor, again raising the doubt: is it really the Realme X3 Pro?
Previously the brand has released the Realme X3 and Realme X3 Superzoom which both come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, so it would make sense for the brand to launch the Pro version with the same chipset.
However, a few days ago we saw a third model number RMX2170, which was also supposed to be the X3 Pro.
We quickly recall that the Realme X3 released a few months ago had great specs, with the Superzoom raising the bar even further with a 5x optical zoom in the telephoto lens, up to 12GB of RAM and a 32MP selfie camera.
Finally, the X3 Pro should arrive with at least a 65W charge, or why not even the standard 125W UltraDART unveiled last month.