The Realme X3 SuperZoom is now official. Most of what we already knew through teasers and leaks was confirmed.
The Realme X3 SuperZoom gets its name from the 8MP 122mm 5x periscope zoom lens, which through software and with the help of the 64MP main sensor can snap up to 60x hybrid zoom shots. The rest of the rear cameras are an 8MP ultrawide and a 2MP macro. The main camera offers Nightscape 4.0 complete with Pro mode with manually-adjustable settings like ISO, shutter speed, white balance and autofocus, as well as AI Mode, which does everything on its own. There's also a Tripod mode.
On the front the Realme X3 SuperZoom packs a dual camera in a pill-shaped punch hole in the display. The main selfie sensor is a 32MP Sony IMX616 and on the side of it there's an 8MP ultrawide angle second shooter. The main sensor offers Nightscape Selfie capture - Night mode for selfies.
The display itself is a 6.57-inch 1080x2400px IPS LCD with 120Hz refresh rate. The fingerprint scanner is a side-mounted sensor that Realme claims is good for 0.3s unlocks.
The X3 SuperZoom uses a Snapdragon 855+ chipset with 12GB of RAM, vapor chamber cooling and UFS 3.0 storage with Turbo Write.
The Realme X3 SuperZoom is on pre-order starting today and will go on its first sale on June 2 at 10AM. It comes in Glacier Blue and Arctic White in a single 12/256GB configuration, priced €499. It's available through realme.com, Amazon and other retail partners.