The Realme X50 Pro 5G is now official, and there's a lot to like. Realme has focused its attention on the budget and mid-range segments, but with the X50 Pro it is clearly setting its sights on the premium segment.
There are a few standout features: the first is obviously 5G connectivity, and while you can't connect to 5G networks in India, you will be able to do so in global markets.
The Realme X50 Pro is also the first device from the brand to feature Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and Bluetooth 5.1. Wi-Fi 6 has been limited to true flagships, and it's great to see the X50 feature the new standard. There's also a massive 4200mAh battery with 65W SuperDart fast charging, with the phone able to go from zero to 60% in just 15 minutes.
Here's the hardware on offer with the Realme X50 Pro 5G:
|Category||Realme X50 Pro 5G|
|Operating system||Android 10|
|Display||6.44-inch 90Hz AMOLED|
Gorilla Glass 5
1 x 2.84GHz Kryo 585
3 x 2.42GHz Kryo 585
4 x 1.80GHz Kryo 585
|Rear camera 1||64MP, f/1.8, 0.8um|
4K at 30fps
|Rear camera 2||12MP, f/2.5, 1um|
20x hybrid zoom
|Rear camera 3||8MP, f/2.3, 119° FoV|
|Rear camera 4||2MP, f/2.4, 1.75um|
|Front camera 1||32MP, f/2.5|
Sony IMX 616
|Front camera 2||8MP, f/2.2, 105° FoV|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 6 4x4 MIMO|
Bluetooth 5.1, NFC
|Colors||Moss Green, Rust Red|
|Dimensions||158.9 x 74.2 x 8.9mm|
The Realme X50 Pro 5G is now available in India, and based on the connectivity bands, it isn't outlandish to assume that the phone will be debuting in global markets shortly. The phone costs just ₹37,999 ($525) in India, making it a fantastic choice.
Interested in learning more about the Realme X50 Pro? Then you should go through our detailed preview to find out how the hardware holds up in real-world use.
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