Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme today announced it will launch its Realme X50 Pro 5G. The company’s X50 Pro has been dubbed “India’s first-ever 5G phone.”
At the launch event, CEO of RealMe, Madhav Shehth said,
“We are proud to unveil India’s first 5G, super-fast, performance-driven smartphone – the flagship realme X50 Pro 5G today. Sporting best in class performance, design and quality, the realme X50 Pro 5G is a trendsetter for the future and is our ultimate flagship,”
Realme equipped the X50 Pro with a 6.44 “FullHD+ Super AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 90Hz which sits behind a Gorilla Glass 5 panel. Underneath the panel is a scanner-Realme claim the sensor will check your fingerprint within 0.27 seconds.
The Snapdragon 865 chipset is paired with a 5 G modem and an LPDDR5 RAM of up to 12 GB (there are also 6 GB and 8 GB options). The X50 Pro will have either 128 GB or 256 GB UFS 3.0 storage-wise with TurboWrite and Host Performance Booster enabling write and read speeds of up to 760 MB / s and 1900 MB / s respectively.
Realme X50 Pro uses a 64MP Samsung ISOCELL GW1 sensor behind the F/1.8 lens and has four cameras on the back with the primary one. It is a Tetracell imager that normally outputs 16MP images in binning of4-to-1 pixels.
It is accompanied by an ultra-angle 8MP F/2.3 shooter with PDAF and 119-degree FoV and an F/2.5 lens 12MP 2x telephoto camera. Finally, there is the B&W portrait module which is essentially a depth sensor to boost your bokeh shots.
The X50 Pro 5 G smartphone will be launched simultaneously by realme in Spain and India, following the cancelation of World Mobile Congress 2020, the world’s largest mobile trade show due to coronavirus outbreak.