Realme X3 official SuperZoom with periscope lens

After several weeks of leak and teaser, the Realme X3 SuperZoom has finally become official. Will all the rumors have been confirmed? Let's find out together!

Realme X3 official SuperZoom with periscope lens

Real X3 SuperZoom

Let's start by explaining that the Realme X3 takes the name "SuperZoom" because of the 8MP lens with 5x optical zoom, which is the equivalent of a lens with a focal length of 122mm. This lens, with the help of the 64MP main sensor can also shoot with zoom up to 60x hybrid type. The remaining rear cameras include an 8 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP macro.

As for the features, the main camera adopts Nightscape 4.0 mode and Pro mode with manually adjustable settings such as ISO, shutter speed, white balance and autofocus, as well as AI mode.

Real X3 SuperZoom

In front we find instead a dual camera in a pill-shaped hole on the display. The main selfie sensor is a 616 MP Sony IMX32 and to its side we have a second 8 MP ultrawide camera. The front sensor is also compatible with Nightscape Selfie mode, for taking selfies at night.

Turning to the display, there is a 6,57-inch IPS LCD panel, 1080x2400px resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The fingerprint sensor is mounted sideways and can unlock the device in only 0.3s.

The Realme X3 SuperZoom is powered by a Snapdragon 855+ with 12 GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.0 internal memory with Turbo Write.

The smartphone will be available starting June 10 in Glacier Blue and Arctic White at a price of € 499.

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Updated on: 20 November 2022 12:18

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