5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom

5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom
It was last year in 2019 when Realme launched their flagship segment phone Realme X2 Pro and in 2020 they came up with Realme X3 also. The newly launched phone comes under two specific variants known as Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom with different storage and RAM capacity.
In countries like India where people are quite concerned with the products they use. The limited budget has been a problem with millennials in India when it comes to smartphone purchases. Realme has won the heart of the millennials by launching specs loaded phones at a decent price in India.
The newly launched phone by the company is quite impressive as per their aggressive pricing and not only this is remarkably good but also it is putting a lot of pressure on tech giants like OnePlus as they once called themselves “FLAGSHIP KILLER”. Now Realme is trying to achieve the “OnePlus Killer” title.
5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom
So, without much ado lets get started with the pros and cons of the newly launched device by Realme which is Realme X3 and Realme X3 SuperZoom.

5 Pros of Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom

1. 120 Hz silky-smooth display
5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom

This is one of the most attractive features in the Realme X3 phone as the design of the device serves as a respectable canvas to enjoy the 120 Hz silky-smooth screen. With 120 Hz the device matches the refresh rate of OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, and premium tablets like the iPad Pro.
2. 30 Watt Dart Charger
The X3 packs a 4,200mAh battery, and charges at a speed of 30W, so the charger easily powers up the device in around an hour. 
3. UFS 3.0 in all variant
UFS 3.0 aims to increase the speed of the internal storage drive and luckily Realme has incorporated this feature in all the variants of X3.
4. 60X SuperZoom on Realme X3 SuperZoom

5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom
With the Starry mode given in the Realme X3 SuperZoom camera, the device supports zoom up to 60x.
5. Snapdragon 855+ at lowest price in the base variant
The Realme X3 has many good features that sum it up as a device with capabilities to handle multitasking efficiently and with Snapdragon 855+ the device gets a boost in gaming also. 

5 Cons of Realme X3 and X3 SuperZoom

1. No headphone jack
5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom

This is sad but this happened. Realme X3 does not have any headphone jack which is pretty much a disadvantage for gamers as they always prefer wired headsets for less latency in audio. 
2. No memory card slot
Not to mention that this a flagship segment phone so it misses the extra memory card slot but as this is a total choice of OEM to give slot for memory expansion we will count it as a con.
3. No OLED display just LCD panel
5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom

That isn’t to say the screen on the Realme X3’s quality is up to the quality of screens on any other flagship with an OLED panel, but it’s definitely best-in-class for the price. Obviously, it’s an LCD panel, so it doesn’t deliver the depth and punch as delivered by OLED screens.
4. Mono speaker
Speakers available on the device is with mono channels. However, this is not proper con to this device but dual-channel speakers make devices better in the entertainment section.
5. No IP rating
Realme calls the Realme X3 as a water-resistant phone, but it has no IP-rating, which means you aren’t here to take risks for any spillage or drowning scenarios.

Final Verdict

5 Major Pros and Cons in Realme X3 SuperZoom
The Realme X3 Pro is a splendid camera phone if you want to compromise a little style and screen flair, and headphone jack.
It bundles the lowest-priced periscopic telephoto lens snapper that can be bought and impresses with its images and videos, and thanks to the power, stock, and RAM that is sufficient which runs it like a boss too.
Anyone who is looking for an affordable and camera-centric smartphone with heavy gaming can go with this device without any worry. 

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Satyendra is a Biotechnologist from the city of Nawabs, Lucknow. Apart from blogging, his other interests are Indian rap knowledge, affiliate marketing, poetry, and basically anything nerdy.

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