Just a few hours ago we delighted you with the alleged technical of the next top of the range device from Realme. The Realme X50 has a lot of features from its own that, as a rule, other brands would charge an eye of the head. It is known however that currently the smartphones that cost a lot are no longer in fashion and for this most OEMs rely on sub-brand. Sometimes if you think of devices that are cheap, you tend to believe one low quality: Realme X50 proves the contario and gives us a try with theautonomy of his battery. Currently leaks give it by 4500 mAh, but it is not excluded that at the time of launch this number may change.
Realme X50 has a scary autonomy
We learn about the autonomy of the device from the product manager of the brand Wang Wei Derek who posted on the Chinese social network Weibo a photograph that in itself has little or nothing of interest. To amaze, however, is his comment, followed by the number shown on the indicator battery.
The product manager's comment reads “After a day of use". Before going to see the residual percentage, however, try to guess how much a 5G device can have remaining charge. Well, 62% is what is left to the Realme X50
This device with battery by 4500 mAh (still unofficial) it is expected to be one of the most promising smartphones as regards the first months of 2020. We say so because it is obvious that the research by all manufacturers is progressing more and more, and the more autonomy goes on ( among the many important features of a smartphone) increases. The direct rival of the Realme X50 5G, Redmi K30 5G has therefore to worry about, all the more so if they both go out on the same day. In fact, both mobile devices will enter the Chinese market with the leg outstretched January 7 next, in just over a week.
Let's not forget that the X50 can take advantage of its own charging technology OPPO (VOOC Flash Charge 4.0), which will allow him to get to 100% of the battery in less than an hour. It is not excluded that, surprisingly, the device mounts the new one Superdart, although unlikely given the upcoming launch.