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Photos of an upcoming Realme device surfaced on Weibo

Author at TechGenyz Mobile
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Realme has been hyping up its new smartphone the X3 SuperZoom, and as the name suggests the spotlight of the smartphone would be its zooming capacity. As for the rumors, since the company itself has been scarce about leaking out information, it suggests that the smartphone would probably feature a 5X Optical Zoom and 50X Digital Zoom.

On 27th April 2020, a couple of photos surfaced on the Chinese website Weibo, and the netizens have more than enough reason to believe that the leaked photos showcase the rear end of the upcoming smartphone from Realme.

However, it is not clear yet if the device shown in the pictures is the Realme X3 SuperZoom or some other device by the same company. But the photos confirm the designs that any of the upcoming Realme smartphones will surely feature.

From what can be discerned from the photos, the upcoming device would feature a carbon fiber pattern under the rear glass panel. The smartphone plausibly features a quad-camera setup, and the setup is placed in the vertical strip which also houses the Realme logo as well.

However, there is some discrepancy between the images and what the company would likely offer through its upcoming devices. The images show that there are only three cameras on the rear end of the phone, but the text on the rear end reads, “AI Quad Cameras”. There is also the possibility that maybe the angle from which the photo was taken somehow managed to take the fourth camera.  

Even though the product is from Realme, it is difficult to say at this point if the device is the X3 SuperZoom especially since the periscope camera cannot be seen. The periscope lens is what gives the smartphone a 5X Optical Zoom. The possibility that the device seen in the photos could be something else remains intact.

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