Realme CEO shares Realme X50 image

Smartphone manufacturer Realme is about to launch its first device Realme X50 in the year 2020, so far many information has been revealed about it. This smartphone will be launched in the Chinese market on January 7 and will be the company’s first 5G capable smartphone. At the same time, the company’s CEO Madhav Seth has shared the image of the phone a few days before the launch, which can be seen from its design. The phone has a primary sensor of 60 megapixels.

Realme CEO Madhav Seth has shared some images of the upcoming smartphone Realme X50 5G on his official Twitter account. The back panel of the phone is shown on it. Talking about the design of the phone, it is very similar to Realme X2. According to the image surfaced, the quad rear camera setup with vertical design has been given on the phone. Along with this, LED flash is also present. The back panel of the phone will come with reflective glass design and gradient color finish. 

Although the company has not yet shared any image of the front panel of Realme X50 5G, according to the leaks surfaced, a punch-hole display can be given. Apart from this, the battery will be available with 30W fast charging support for power backup. Adreno 620 GPU can be given for graphics quality on the phone. However, other features will have to wait for the launch of the phone.

It has also been reported in some reports that VOOC flash charge 4.0 support will be available on the phone which can charge up to 70 percent of the phone’s battery in just 30 minutes.¬†The company has already clarified that the phone will be introduced with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset.¬†It can have a 6.4-inch AMOLED display, which will come with a 90Hz refresh rate.

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