Realme X50 Pro With Speedy Chip, Fast Charging, Smooth Display

Realme has come a long way since its creation as OPPO Suburban in early 2018. The company focuses on India’s first strategy, which has proven quite successful, as well as plans to address the global smartphone market. The first Realme flagship device came in the form of Realme X2 Pro last year, but they have now launched their first 5G flagship: Realme X50 Pro 5G. We have a tool to review,

and we have determined that we will inform you about our first impressions before it is published in a few weeks. You can also watch my practical video on YouTube’s XDA channel below. Realme X50 Pro 5G has a nice cookie cutter design. It is a metal housing with a matrix of four cameras on the back, as well as a bezel-free display with a double camera cutout on the front. That does not mean that it is a bad design, but it is only one of the few areas in which Realm has not innovated. Our variants arrived in Xing Red, although here is a Moss Green variety that will also be available for purchase.

The Realme X50 Pro 5G is quite thick, but the extra thickness is not a problem for me. In fact, I love it. The Realme X50 Pro 5G has a beautiful classic design (but safe) and feels comfortable to use. There are a couple of front speakers that surprised me with its high-speed fingerprint scanner on the screen. The Realme X50 Pro 5G has an AMOLED 1080P panel with a refresh rate of 90Hz, and is the best to use. Like other refresh rate panels, scrolling through the user interface elements at 90Hz is smooth and makes it difficult to return to 60Hz phones. The screen is bright enough, although in sunlight, some things can be difficult to do. This is not a decisive factor for me, but it is worth knowing if you are considering taking it. The full content of the camera outside the full screen is a bit annoying, but it is something you can get used to. I am currently more frustrated while playing.

The Qualcomm X Snapdragon 865 is one of the first devices to market the Real XX50 Pro 5G, announced by the flagship of Qualcomm SOC in December 2019. Qualcomm says Snapdragon 865 offers Snapdragon 855, or a 25% to 25% yield higher when it offers similar performance to its predecessor, while the Adreno 650 GPU has a similar approach. Continue: 20% faster graphic performance or 35% more effective graphics than the Adreno 640. While I don’t have enough time to test the performance correctly (and I can’t install any benchmarking application in the pre-launch software in which I’m running Realm X50 Pro), I have a Nintendo Managed game cube to test emulation performance. Usually, I want to try The Simpsons: Hit and run when I test emulation performance, since this game is faster to test a device’s CPU. I was incredibly impressed, because the game was running smoothly: the first smartphone I had to be able to do. We will deepen the performance throughout our review.