In addition to the Vanilla X3 announcement, Realme has also introduced the SuperZoom version and its recent Buds Q TWS earphones into the Indian market.
X3 SuperZoom Realme.
Compared to the standard edition, the X3 SuperZoom features a better camera configuration, an 8MP periscope, able to operate 5x optical and to zoom in at a rate of 60 times hybrid. The other cameras on the back of this camera are a 64MP primary shooter, an 8MP snapper and a 2MP macro module.
The smartphone is designed around a 6.6-inch IPS LCD with a refresher speed of 120Hz and a dual selfie system with a 32MP sensor and an 8MP camera. The Snapdragon 855 + is connected with the storage of 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of UFS 3.0. It has a fingerprint scanner on the side and a battery of 4,200 mAh, with 30W of fast-wired charge. Android 10 with Realme UI above cover the software side.
The Realme X3 SuperZoom is available in white and blue, 8/128 GB ($370) while the trim of 12/256 GB is present in a back version of INR 32,999 ($436). On June 30 it is scheduled for sale.
Moreover from 9 July, Realme will restore the X50 Pro 5G.
Realme Buds Q
The Buds Q has an in-ear configuration with 10 mm drivers and a steel-inspired battery case that offers 20 hours of combined battery life. The Buds Q were designed and colored in black, white and yellow by the French industrial designer José Levy. They have a splash resistance IPX4 rating.