The Chinese smartphone maker company is soon going to launch its 5G smartphone. The image of this smartphone has been shared by the company’s CEO Madhav Seth from his Twitter handle. Realme’s 5G smartphone can be Realme X50 5G. This banner has posted 5o Good in place of “So Good”. In this post, however, the name of the smartphone is not mentioned, but the sign of 5o and X on the poster can be gauged from the fact that the company can launch 5g smartphones under its X series. The Realme X50 has been launched in China in the last few days. It can launch 5G variants for users this year.
— Madhav ‘s Lifestyle (@MadhavSheth1) February 8, 2020
As per the information revealed by the Realme X50 so far, the phone can be displayed at 6.57-inch. Corning Gorilla Glass 5 can be given for its protection. A display with a 120Hz refresh rate can be used in the phone. Talking about the phone’s processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor can be used. The phone can be offered in two RAM options 6GB and 8GB. Talking about the phone’s storage option, it can be offered in 128GB and 256GB.
This smartphone can be used realme UI based on Android 10. Talking about the phone’s camera features, it can be given a primary sensor of 64 megapixels. In addition, a 12 megapixels secondary camera can be given with 2x optical zoom. The phone can be given an ultra wide sensor of 8 megapixels and a 2 megapixels macro camera. Talking about the phone’s selfie camera, dual selfie camera setup can be given in its front. Its primary sensor can be given 16 megapixels. It can be given an 8 megapixels secondary selfie camera. VOOC flash charging of 30W can be used in the phone.
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