few months after the release of Realme X50 5G, the company announced the new X50m 5G, a slightly different version of the device from which it derives, but with a different photographic module. Now instead, according to the leaker Digital Chat Station, it seems that Realme will launch a device similar to the variant “m” of the device, named Realme X50t.
Realme X50t: what do we know?
It seems that the new Realme home device is heavier than the current one, with a weight of 202 grams and a greater thickness (about 9.3 mm), but the cause that led to the increase in size has not yet been understood of the product.
5G bands will also change; instead of the 7 frequency bands on which the X50m works, the X50t will be based on only three: the n41, the n78, and the n79. The debut is expected in China, with global availability yet to be confirmed. The tipster also confirmed the presence of Qualcomm’s 2019 midrange processor, the Snapdragon 765G. The display will feature a 120 Hz refresh rate, a camera with a 48 Megapixel main lens, and support for 30W fast charging.
To these variants, we must add the Youth Edition of the Realme X50 presented in conjunction with the standard variant, and the new “Pro” version dedicated to gaming, released only a few days ago.
Realme X50 5G: the first … of a long line
The Realme X50, the smartphone from which it all started (citing this somewhat epic, somewhat biblical statement) boasts a Snapdragon 765G processor with Adreno 620 GPU, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB for internal storage. The 6.57-inch display in FullHD + resolution with double selfie-camera embedded in a “pill” on the left edge has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, is of the IPS LCD type, and has 401 PPI.
Finally, the photographic module is composed of four lenses, the main of which boasts a 64 Megapixel sensor, together with three 12, 8, and 2 Megapixel ones. Anteriorly instead, we find two 16 and 8 Mpx cameras. On board there is Android 10 and the general dimensions are 163.8 x 75.8 mm with 8.9 mm thickness.
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