On May 25, Realme will launch a number of new products, including its first smart TV and new hearing aids. However, it would not be the realme that we are used to without a new smartphone launch, would it? The company will introduce a new flagship called Realme X50 Pro Player. Today, the company teases some features that are packed into the device.
Since it is a 2020 flagship, the handset is not powered by any chipset other than the Snapdragon 865. The handset also contains LPDRR5-RAM and UFS 3.1 storage, these are true features of a flagship for 2020. The Realme X50 Pro 5G, for example, has UFS 3.0 storage. So we're going to see a gradual improvement in storage standards.
In addition to the performance improvements, the company also tested some of the connectivity benefits of the new handset. First of all, the handset will surf in the new network standard thanks to a 5G modem. With the new network standard, the handset can achieve download speeds of up to 2.3 Gbit / s. In addition, Realme will make this device a Wi-Fi 6 compatible device, which means higher speeds and low latency.
While all eyes are on the new networking features, the company is also ensuring the best LTE performance. Realme is equipping the handset with a 360-degree antenna, which ensures excellent and stable connectivity.
Apart from the improvements, the TENAA listing shows that the company had to make a few cuts with this handset. Apparently it will be a cheaper flagship version that focuses on games and media content. Instead of a 64 megapixel shooter we have a 48 megapixel camera and the telemodules are finally gone. However, other features like the 6.44-inch OLED display and the 90 Hz update are safe.