Realme X50 With Quad-Camera and 5G Support Released
In 2019, Realme smartphone shipments exceeded 25 million units, with an annual increase of 500%+. The Q3 2019 Realme smartphone shipments ranked seventh in the world. Realme also set a small target for 2020: by 2020, the global growth rate will exceed 100%. This was the first thing we learned about at the new Realme X50 conference held today.
The Realme X50 is a top-end smartphone with a number of selling points. But before we get acquainted with its ley features, let’s learn about the versions it is available at and their pricing. The 8GB + 128GB version costs 2499 yuan ($360), the 6GB + 256GB version is at 2699 yuan ($389), the 12GB + 256GB version costs 2999 yuan ($432), and the 12GB + 256GB master version comes at 3099 yuan ($446). The first batch went on sale today. But through all channels, it will go on sale on January 14.
The Realme X50 series smartphones are available in polar and glacial colors; snow and sunlight reflect the silver polar while floating ice and seawater interweave blue glaciers. These are the colors of nature, which are presented on the 3D curved glass back panel.
As for the core features, the Realme X50 series comes with a 120Hz smooth screen as standard, which doubles the screen information per second than the mainstream 60Hz screen, making it more fluent. Currently more than 30 applications support 120Hz mode, and the number is still increasing. Its 6.57-inch full-screen comes with a wide-angle dual-camera setup, a 20:9 ratio, a 90.4% screen ratio, and 5th-generation Corning Gorilla Glass.
Under the hood, as the name suggests, the Realme X50 carries the Qualcomm’s first integrated 5G chip “Snapdragon 765G”, which uses a 7nm + EUV process technology, reducing overall power consumption by 35%. The graphics processing performance is improved by 40%, while the AI computing power is doubled. It also supports full-speed gaming mode, automatic prediction, and optimization of games, system-level game anti-stuck 2.0, etc.
The Realme X50 supports dual networking modes of SA and NSA, with full coverage of mainstream 5G frequency bands such as n1 / n41 / n78 / n79. It also uses smart 5G technology to intelligently dispatch network requirements. Apart from this, the phone supports 5G and dual Wi-Fi connections to ensure a smooth network speed.
Our protagonist uses a five-dimensional three-dimensional ice-sealed heat dissipation design, 100% coverage of the core heating source, and built-in 8mm liquid-cooled copper tube 3.0, which greatly improves heat dissipation.
It also supports the enhanced version of VOOC 4.0 flash charge, which completes 70% of the charge in 30 minutes.
The Realme X50 smartphone sports a dual front-facing wide-angle camera, providing an ultra-wide 105-degree viewing angle. Four cameras with 64MP rear zoom and 12MP telephoto lens are added to achieve up to 20x hybrid zoom. Front and rear use the new UIS Super Video Stabilization Max system.
This handset also uses a precision side fingerprint unlocking solution, which can unlock the phone at the same time that the screen is lit. It is equipped with dual-frequency GPS. So positioning is faster and more accurate, and navigation does not drift. There are super-linear speakers, multi-function NFC, and other comprehensive configurations.
The Realme X50 debuted the new Realme UI, based on the Android 10 system. In the design, function, and performance optimization, it has a lot of changes to create a “smooth play” system experience.
The company has also announced the Realme X50 5G Master Edition alongside and this variant comes in Black and Gold patterns. The Master Edition has been created by Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa, and he seems to have drawn inspiration from ‘dots and lines’.