Realme Europe was polite enough to remind us that the Realme X3 SuperZoom is coming on May 26 and to hype us, the company shared a couple of teaser posters confirming most of what has already leaked and posted a video that fully reveals the back and front design of the handset.
To no one's surprise, the phone will run on Snapdragon 855+ chipset and the company boasts the highest AnTuTu score for a phone running the said SoC. There's either some software optimization at play here, or Realme managed to snatch well-binned Snapdragon 855+ chips. Moving onto the screen. the handset will sport a 120Hz panel, as previously rumored, and it's probably safe to assume that it's going to be an LCD since the fingerprint reader is side-mounted and not under it.
As for the video, it gives us a good look at the phone's design, which isn't anything out of the ordinary. IN fact, it looks a lot like the Realme X2 Pro with the back curves and camera placement. However, the front goes for the dual punch-hole camera design instead of a waterdrop-styled notch like the X2 series.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I've seen a SD855+ phone user here in one of GsmArena's comment section (which is a Samsung fan, won't mention names) complain that his phone throttles somewhat quickly. Is that true? Or are you just overhyping any phone ...
Phones have this trend starting from a budget phone then to midrange then jump to being flagship. It usually ends up badly.