Under the hood the Realme X3 SuperZoom a high-end hardware, all at an enticing price point. The X3 SuperZoom Realme, as its name suggests, has allowed photography to play a prominent role in the app.
Beyond boasting a 60x superzoom, Samsung also features a 64-megapixel giant sensor. In addition, the specification is to the ultra-wide-angle camera and macro camera lens.
Realme Astrophotography used in Starry Sky. The company says it’s using AI algorithms and multi-frame image processing to create night sky images.
More precisely, it uses more than 10 exposures, with the average exposure time running up to four minutes, it provides a Nightscape Pro mode, offering you the goodness of multi-frame HDR and noise reduction but also allowing you to change ISO, shutter speed, and other features.
In addition to the normal Nightscape mode, there’s also an Ultra Nightscape Mode, with the latter mode optimized for intense low-light images.
Realme X3 SuperZoom Starry Mode Guidelines
Starry Mode is uniquely built on the SuperZoom X3 and enables users to catch the starry night sky. It is because a lot of young people want to discover and venture beyond the boundaries of smartphone photography. In addition, they still want to see the stunning starry night sky.
Realme’s monitoring team worked day to night in an environment away from the city, in an intense climate. They eventually added the incredible Starry Mode to the X3 SuperZoom after the 6,000-hour test attempt, with hundreds of video models.