Realme X50 5G smartphone is gearing up for the launch on January 7 in China. We have already received confirmation from Realme that the X50 will indeed launch in India as well. The company made an early start in teasing the smartphone with a wide variety of images since December 2019. Now, Realme CMO Xu Qi Chase took to Weibo to reveal the full front design of the Realme X50 leaving nothing to the imagination.
The Realme X50 sports a dual-camera setup on the front which sits inside the punch-hole arranged on the left side of the device. Based on the earlier leaks, the dual cameras are composed of 32MP primary and an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens. The bezels on all the four sides of the phone appear to be narrower
On the back of the Realme X50, the design appears to be familiar and matches close to the Realme X2 that was launched a few months ago. There is a quad-camera setup which might include 64MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide lens, 13MP telephoto (with 5x hybrid zooming capabilities) unit and a 2MP macro shooter lens. The gradient finish on the back looked gorgeous and the color of the device is ‘Polar’ according to the company. The Realme X50 ultra-wide angle capability has been teased (1,2)yesterday by Realme CMO.
Coming to the specifications that were already confirmed, the Realme X50 comes with the Snapdragon 765G processor that is made using the 7nm process technology and has an integrated X52 5G modem. The device offers dual WiFi and 5G connectivity which helps in delivering more speed. Apart from this, the device will sport enhanced version of VOOC 4.0 fast charging which delivers a 70% charge in a matter of 30mins.
In another leak, the Realme X50 was spotted in the TENAA certification site with model number RMX2051. As per TENAA, the Realme X50 is powered by a 4100mAh battery, and a 6.57-inch display (which probably is the LCD screen).
Realme yesterday teased a new smartphone using the letter ‘Y’ which we expect to be the Realme X50 Youth Edition (Realme X50 Lite). The X50 Lite could be the 4G-only variant of the X50 for launch in developing nations like India.