Yesterday we hypothesized that Realme, in the days ofMWC 2020 in Barcelona (24 - 27 February), will present its top of the range Realme X50 Pro. We also speculated that perhaps this device will be the only one we will see on the shelves here in Europe. Everything is insecure as there is no official communication, but there is certainly one thing. Of Realme X50 Pro we know the full specifications, as the CEO shared them with us through Weibo this morning. There has been a lot of talk lately Xiaomi Mi 10: otherwise, with Realme's prices, Xiaomi has to worry seriously. Let's see in detail what we will find on board the flagship.
Realme X50 Pro: the CEO shares a screenshot with full specifications
Xu Qi Chase, vice president of Realme, today released a screenshot of his system interface first smartphone with 5G connection Realme X50 Pro. The screen shows the complete specifications that we will find on board, both side software and hardware. Small detail: we have confirmation that the code name is RMX2071, so from now on if a smartphone with this abbreviation receives a certification, we know who we are talking about.
The information on the screenshot shows that the smartphone is equipped with the very latest generation processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, in line with all the flagships of the moment. The configuration of the highest version can be 12 GB of memory
From the caption that the vice president has inserted in the post (link in source) we also understand that the device has a memory RAM of type LPDDR5. He is therefore the smartphone that he suggested to us a short time ago.
From the software point of view instead, we find the first version of RealmeUI which, in these days, is also seeing the release for other devices. For more information about it, we advise you to read this article. Everything is moved by the latest release of the green robot system, Android 10. There is also the possibility of using the dual sim.
More about the Realme X50 Pro we don't know at the moment. We expect features like this to be present NFC, Bluetooth 5.0 and all those goodies that are now a must. We just have to wait for the MWC in Barcelona.