5G phones are the most popular choice in 2020 and every other manufacturer is gearing up to ride this super-fast connectivity rage. The Realme X50 5G edition will be the company’s answer to Redmi K30 5G and Vivo X30 models that support 5G connectivity.
With almost every other brand, both big and small competing in this space, it is no wonder they want to bring out their phone models to the market as early as possible. After all, it is obvious that brands that are out first will find a place in customers’ good books and convince them to make the upgrade before everyone else joins the race. The Realme X50 5G teaser was released recently by the brand’s CMO and if we are to take some of the hints pointed in it, the phone is all set for a grand launch on January 5th, 2020.
The Chinese Spring Festival is the deadline for major Chinese manufacturers as it is the best time to get buyers on board and make good use of the holiday season. While these phones may take a longer time to reach the US and Europe, it is focused more on the Chinese market as well as other countries like India, Brazil where affordable phones from Realme, Redmi have a huge fan following.
Known Specifications So Far
The Realme X50 5G will be a competent smartphone as it features dual front-facing cameras but they both feature punch hole designs, allowing users to enjoy a close to all-screen display for media content. The punch holes are positioned at the top left corner so that they don’t act as a hindrance when viewing your cellphone signal, time or the battery percentage on your smartphone.
In addition to powerful specifications, Realme has also managed to get the China MIIT certification which further confirmed that the phone is very close to its official launch. Going by the information and the hints given, an official launch date revelation is just days away from now.
RealmeX50 5G will be powered by a 765G Snapdragon processor with a 64MP quad rear camera module and will also support 30W fast charging to get you going in a matter of minutes. The dual-mode 5G connectivity will provide better signal strength but keep your fingers crossed for an actual review of the phone when it officially gets released next month. For now, the unofficial renders are the only clue we have about its supposed-to-be design.