Realme X3 India Launch Officially Teased, Realme Buds Q, 55-inch Smart TV to Debut Soon

Looks like the Realme X3 is on the verge of being launched in India very soon

Realme X3 SuperZoom

Following the easing of lockdown restrictions across the country, most smartphone players in India have been on a launch drive. Several of these products came to India following an average delay of 2 months. Realme is one such brand that had several launches scheduled during March/April/May timeframe but had to delay these due to the ongoing situation. Anyway, now that things have eased up (in terms of restrictions), the company is alls et to launch a bunch of new products in India. The company recently started teasing the imminent launch of its high-end smartphone – the Realme X3, indicating that this phone should be officially launched in the country very soon. Apart from this, the company also apparently has plans to launch the Realme Buds Q and a larger-screened (55-inch) variant of the Realme TV in India soon.

Realme’s intention to launch the Realme X3 in India was made clear after the company posted a tweet from its official Twitter handle.

We have embedded the tweet below.

As seen above, the tweet above has a clear reference to the Realme X3 and also uses the RealmeX3 hashtag. This tweet, however, was not the first reference to the phone by Realme India as the company had posted another teaser a few hours ago.

Take a look.

Meanwhile, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth, in a tweet, has indicated that we are looking at Realme launching multiple ‘trendsetting’ products in the near future. We can, therefore, expect that we could see the launch of the Realme 55-inch TV, a brand new soundbar model, and the affordable Buds Q TWS earbuds along with the Realme X3 Superzoom.

We still do not have a launch date for these products, but given the amount of promotional material around the Realme X3, we can expect the official announcement to happen within the next few weeks.

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