The new Realme X50 pro 5G is all set to launch in India and has created some hype ahead of its official launch. Realme has already launched four models in the X50 series, and the X50t will be the fifth one. Realme was recently reported to be taking a shot at another smartphone after the success of four models under the X50 series.
The launch of Realme X50 Pro 5G comes when Vivo’s IQOO reported it would be the first brand to present a Snapdragon 865-controlled 5G telephone in India on February 25.
Since Realme is holding the X50 Pro 5G launch event a day sooner, it will be the first cell phone brand to present a 5G telephone that stones a Snapdragon 865 processor. The Realme X50 Pro 5G has been affirmed to accompany 5G support, a Snapdragon 865 SoC, a 90Hz presentation, 65W SuperDart Charge innovation, and a double punch-hole arrangement.
First 5G Phone
Realme could now turn into the leading brand to dispatch India’s first 5G smartphone; the X50 Pro 5G may take some time before hitting the racks. India doesn’t have a 5G arrange framework, which makes the recommendation good for nothing for Realme and IQOO. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is yet to skim a paper among the telecom organizations and start the sale procedure for the 5G range. Examiners have estimated 5G won’t be monetarily accessible until one year from now, which has some weight given the current situation.
The Realme X50t will be 9.3mm thick and tip the scales at 202 grams while the Realme X50m 5G weighs 194 grams and is simply 8.9mm thick. These determinations are almost like those of the Realme X50m 5G, which was propelled in China not long ago. Notwithstanding, the distinction between the Realme X50m 5G and Realme X50t would be their measurements and weight.
Battery Life, Design and Display
The Realme X5G has rapid charging. It has a battery power of 4500 mAhWe can rate its battery life 9 out of 10. The design and display on any phone are as important as its battery. And as per the ratings, we can conclude that it has an impressive array of 6.67 inches (16.94 cm) and good sound quality.
Value for Money
Realme 5G is the excellent value deal for a customer as it has all the modified features and specification experts rate its performance 10 out of 10 and makes it worth it. The Realme X50 5G pro with dual sim, fingerprint sensor, and non-expandable 128 GB will cost around 39,999. It will be available at Flipkart.
It has been reported that this model is heavy to carry and is slippery, which can be a reason for not holding it. Also, it has been noticed that it still requires improvement in the quality of 4K videos and night mode. Also, it does not support wireless charging.
Mi over Realme ?
The main reason you would choose Mi over Realme here is the storage. The phone storage of Mi is 64 GB only, and Realme storage is 128 GB but Non-expandable.
On the other hand, the display of Xiaomi is 0.30cm more than Realme’s display. The primary camera of Realme is 64 Mp+8MP+12 MP+ 2MP, and Xiaomi has 64MP+8MP+5MP+2MP.
Realme X50 Pro priced at 39,999 Rs. And Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max is available at 16,999.
Does Realme come from beyond the border?
Following the ongoing conflicts with Chinese soldiers in Ladakh in which 20 Indian fighters were killed, there has been a developing commotion in the nation to blacklist Chinese products. Indian Govt. has already banned Tiktok, Shareit, and 57 other apps. Notwithstanding, the advancement has caused caution among different industry bodies that are worried about the opposite effect in case of a sweeping prohibition on sends out in a few parts.
Industry relationships, from pharmaceuticals to broadcast communications and vehicles, are of the view that an “automatic” hostile against China till elective sellers are finished, or local limits are manufactured will hurt the economy, including the nation’s fares.
In a few cases, China’s commitment is a lot higher than the second-biggest exporter nations of these items to India.
The neighboring nation likewise represents 45 percent of India’s complete gadgets imports. 33% of the hardware and just about two-fifths of natural, synthetic concoctions that India buys from the world originates from China, as indicated by the Confederation of Indian Industry. Car parts and manures are different things where China’s offer in India’s import is more than 25 percent.
Indian makers utilize Chinese parts in the creation of completed products, subsequently altogether incorporating China in India’s assembling flexibly chain. For example, India sources near 90 percent of certain cell phone parts from China.