Not long ago, Realme launched the Realme X50 5G, the cheapest 5G smartphone in the world. Today, Realme continues to launch the Realme X50 Pro high-end smartphone. According to the original plan, the Realme X50 Pro will be launched at the MWC 2020 event. However, the event was canceled, though Realme did not delay the launch of this impressive smartphone.
The Realme X50 Pro has a fairly basic design compared to most high-end flagship smartphones today. It has a dual punched screen with two selfie cameras, and the rear camera assembly is vertically located in the left corner. Besides, Realme X50 Pro is quite large with a thickness of 9.36mm and weighs 207g.
Notably in the design of Realme X50 Pro is the color. Called “Real Red” and “Moss Green” by Realme, it is like a matte copper and green coating. However, these are the only two colors available for Realme X50 Pro, it seems that users will not have much choice.
The hardware configuration is the highlight of this smartphone, Realme X50 Pro is equipped with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 865 chip. Realme said the smartphone will support all 5G bands in the world, probably also using Qualcomm’s 5G modem chip. RAM memory up to 12GB, 256GB storage capacity, does not support microSD memory card.
The Realme X50 Pro’s screen uses an OLED panel, measuring 6.44 inches, 1080p and 90Hz resolution. Integrated fingerprint sensor below the screen. In the upper left corner is the punched dual selfie camera cluster, 32MP + 8MP super wide angle.
There are 4 rear cameras, Samsung’s main 64MP sensor. 8MP ultra wide angle camera, 2x 12MP telephoto camera and a monochrome depth sensor. Realme said the smartphone can “hybrid optical zoom” 5x and “hybrid zoom” 20x, although may not mean much in practice.
Realme X50 Pro is equipped with a 4,200 mAh battery, supports super fast charging SuperDart 65W. It can fully charge 100% battery in 35 minutes, or charge 60% of battery in 20 minutes. The charger included with Realme X50 Pro looks quite similar to Oppo, and it looks similar to Oppo SuperVOOC 2.0 technology.
Realme will sell this smartphone in Europe, India and China. The price has not been confirmed, but Realme revealed to The Verge that the price may be from $ 600 in Europe, and will be even cheaper in the Chinese market. This is Realme’s most expensive smartphone ever, but it is the cheapest high-end 5G smartphone.