The smartphone maker Realme ,which has a strong grip in India in a very short time, will launch its first 5g smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2020). Realme said in a statement that it will launch the realme X50 Pro 5G at MWC 2020 in Barcelona, Spain between February 24-27. The theme of the company’s first 5g smartphone is Speed of the Future.
According to the company’s statement, the realme X50 Pro 5g will be launched on the first day of the Mobile World Congress i.e. 24th February. In the Mobile World Congress, Realme is participating for the first time. This phone of Realme will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 5g processor.
Let’s say that in January this year, Realme has long awaited launch its first 5g phone x 50 5g (Realme X50 5g) in China. People will get a powerful processor and camera support in the Realme X 50 5g. Also this phone will work on Android 10 operating system.
Realme X50 5G Price
The company has added three RAM variants of this phone in China’s smartphone market, including 6 GB RAM + 256 GB internal storage, 8 GB RAM + 128 GB internal storage and 12 GB RAM + 256 GB internal storage. At the same, Realme has priced 2,699 Chinese yuan (about Rs 28,000) of the first variants, 2,499 Chinese yuan (about Rs 25,800) of other variants and 2,999 Chinese yuan (about Rs 31,000) of the third variant.
Realme X50 5G specifications
The smartphone has a 6.57-inch IPS HD display with a 120 GHz refresh rate. Also, Snapdragon 765 G support has been given for better performance. Users can increase the internal storage of this phone with the help of a micro SD card.
Realme X50 5G Camera
The company has given quad rear camera setup in this phone, with a primary sensor of 64 megapixels, a secondary sensor of 16 megapixels, a 12 megapixels telephoto lens and an ultra wide lens of 8 megapixels. Users will also be able to click a spectacular selfie with a dual punchhole camera with 16 and 8 megapixels.
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