Alleged Realme X3 and X50 Spotted on TENAA

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As Realme has started to celebrate its second birthday celebration this month, it has also continued on pushing new smartphones. We can say that the company has kept many devices in its store for us and they are holding them until COVID-19 permits them to release. In April, a device with RMX2142 model’s number was surfaced on the Chinese confirmation Authority. Presently, a device that looks numerically similar to RMX2141 was spotted on TENAA alongside another device with the RMX2052 model number. Evidently one of these devices is a variation of the up and coming Realme X3.


As indicated by TENAA, there are a few likenesses between the two devices. They even have similar dimensions of 163.8 x 75.8 x 8.9mm. Strikingly enough, these measurements also match Realme X50m 5G which was recently released. Exactly the same thing occurred with the announced weight of the RMX2142 and RMX2052 which is in 192g. With regard to the RMX2141, we have a slight increment in weight, arriving at 202g.

Alleged Realme X3 and X50 Spotted on TENAA

Alleged Realme X3 With Model Number RMX2141 and RMX2142

The RMX2141 and RMX2142 have another common trait that both come with CDMA 800Hz support. But RMX2052 doesn’t have it. Evidently, the two models are particular variations of the forthcoming Realme X3. Maybe they are unique market variations. We think that RMX2052 is another variation for the Realme X50 series.

Alleged Realme X3 and X50 Spotted on TENAA

This last device flaunts Snapdragon 765G chipset and has a 6.57-inch display. With a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. There is Quad-camera arrangement on the backside which involves a 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP arrangement. On the rear side, there is Realme’s preferred pill-shaped punch-hole camera. This arrangement features a double camera arrangement with 16MP and 2MP modules.

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