Realme X50 5G launching on 7 Jan with 30W fast charger:- Oppo’s Sub-brand Realme is now silently showing away specs of its upcoming smartphone. The company is sharing features, design and main specifications through its social media channels before launching.
Oppo is planning to launch Realme X50 5G smartphone on 7 January 2020 in Beijing, China. Recently Realme CMO shared the rear design of the phone showing a brand new color on Weibo.
The image of the smartphone shows a quad-camera setup on the rear side of the phone. Other than this the phone also shows a fingerprint sensor placed on the sidebar of the phone.
Recently Realme X50 has gained 3C certification meaning that the smartphone will support 30W fast charging. In the official website Realme, X50 was presented with the model no of RMX2051/RMX2025.
Specifications wise the smartphone comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G SoC which is a 5G enabled chipset. This device will also feature dual-channel wifi and 5G online function which enables simultaneous 5G with wi-fi.
The Realme X50 has a 6.6-inch IPS LCD with a dual punch-hole design. Other than this the smartphone could have a Sony IMX686 64MP Primary Camera which is the latest version in its series.
Selfie Camera wise the smartphone could spot a 32-megapixel camera with 8-MP depth-sensing secondary camera.
Last month in November, Xiaomi’s smartphone was also spotted during 3C certification. According to the speculations about this phone that it could be Poco F2. The phone could also come with a 5G variant.
This phone from Xiaomi was spotted with M1912G7BE / C model number and 27W fast charging. Xiaomi Poco F1 is still very popular with the buyers after the smartphone launch.
Xiaomi K30 5G smartphone is also coming to the market soon with an approx price of $280 or about Rs 19,999 in India. It would be interesting to watch which company wins the smartphone sales race in the 5G segment.
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