Realme is going to launch X50 Pro 5G flagship smartphone at the upcoming World Congress on 24th February at CEST. The X50 Pro 5G is a 5G enabled smartphone with latest Snapdragon 865 SoC and run on Android 10 operating system out of the box.
Realme has been hinting at the release of a new flagship 5G phone for some time now. Finally, it was unveiled that the company will be launching its X50 Pro 5G smartphone at the Mobile World Congress on 24th February at CEST. This will be the second 5G phone the company will be releasing.
As per the teaser image shared by the company, the smartphone has some distinct features. It comes in a dual punch-hole which allow the front camera visibility through a cut-out. This highlight of this phone, aside from the 5G connectivity. In addition, the display will have a curved edge.
What Does the Realme X50 Pro 5G Smartphone Have to Offer?
Realme came out with the launch date for the X50 Pro 5G set recently along with a statement. This press statement was given by the business’ CRM, Xu Qi Chase. This statement declared that the smartphone will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM along with 256GB UFS 3.0 storage at max. The smartphone also sports a Snapdragon X55 chip for 5G network connectivity.
Additionally, it is going to have an Android 10 OS along with the Realme UI imposed on it. This combination has been marked with a score of 574,985 on AnTuTu Benchmark. Other revealed details include a Full HD+ display screen resolution of 2400×1080 pixels with 20:9 aspect ratio and 120Hz refresh rate. At present, there are no details on the battery capacity for the X50. However, we do know it will come with a 50W fast charging adapter.
Other Details About the Realme X50 5G Smartphone
Aside from the basic feature details of the X50, Realme is also making important announcement sin other fields. The company is all set to define its new line of smart TVs. This is a bit odd since the MWC is not exactly a place for smart TV unveils. Details on the TV are yet to be released and we are eagerly looking forward to them. For the moment, Realme seems to have its eyes set on entering the 5g smartphone market and the MWC is the perfect place to do just that.