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Realme X3 spotted with 12 GB of RAM at GeekBench

Realme X3, with 12 GB of RWe spotted on GeekBench, is well aware that a Realme X3 vanilla is on the horizon. In addition to text referring to the "next flagship" of the company, it was teased in an official video. This, of course, places certain expectations on handset specs.

Those who still can't quite back up or compromise on leaks, however. Last time we had any rumored numbers about the standard Realme X3 was from a Google Play Console application, which included a display size of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels, Android 10 OS and the more perplexing bits – an 855 + and 8 GB RAM Snapdragon.

That essentially put the X3 neck-to-neck with its already official and reviewed X3 SuperZoom sibling, in its base specification, in raw performance. The "next flagship" of the company hardly appeared in conventional terms , especially after another still Realme X3 Pro (RMX2121), with a full-fat Snapdragon 865 on TENAA and then on AnTuTu.

Looking at this latest RMX2085 or Realme X3 GeekBench application, only a few items stand out. First, the RAM 's 12 GB, which clashes with earlier 8 GB speculation and theoretically boosts its position closer to flagship land. However, the actual single and especially multicore scores posted are far from the territory of Snapdragon 865. For reference, we expect something for a Snapdragon 865 on GeekBench 4 in the ballpark of 13300 points. Continuing with the same logic, the Realme X3 SuperZoom with its Snapdragon 855 + chipset also scores higher at around 10000 points.

That is, we 're much more inclined to guess that the Snapdragon 765 or 765 G will be based on the Realme 3. The 768 G maybe even. Also worth looking into would be the fresh new Snapdragon 690, not for its integration in the seemingly impossible timeframe.

However, the only thing we do know with a fair amount of assurance from this GeekBench page is that the tested unit was running on a Qualcomm chip, as the designation "msmnile" is a kind of umbrella identifier for Snapdragon silicon.

 

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