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Here’s how the Realme X50’s rear design looks like!

The Realme X50 5G smartphone is scheduled to be announced in January 7th next year. Prior to it’s official launch, we’d already heard pretty about about the device courtesy of Realme’s teasing campaign for the past few weeks.

Realme X50 in a new Polar color option

Today, the company’s CMO Xu Qi has took a step further by releasing the official render of the Realme X50 in a brand new Polar colorway. Seen in the render, the rear design of the Realme X50 shares a close resemblance to that of the Realme XT and Realme X2.

The device features a familiar vertical camera module that houses a quad-camera setup. Similarly, it will also comes with a dual-curved back panel which helps to improve the phone’s ergonomic.

Although the render doesn’t shows the design of it’s front panel, but we’d seen from an earlier teaser that it’ll come with a pill-shaped, hole punched display that shows a close resemblance to that of the Honor V30 and Huawei Nova 6

Previously, we’d already learned that the Realme X50 will be driven by the latest Snapdragon 765G SoC which has an integrated 5G modem capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. This is also the same chip which is used to fuel the Redmi K30 and the upcoming Oppo Reno3 Pro.

Besides that, the device will also be able to support concurrent 5G and Wi-Fi connection – something similar to the Dual Wi-Fi mode which saw on the Oppo Reno2. To make the device gaming-friendly, it is also equipped with a so-called five-dimensional ice-cooled heat dissipation system which helps to prevent overheating even under intense gaming conditions.

Last but not the least, the Realme X50 also support the enhanced VOOC 4.0 Flash Charge technology which is capable of fueling the device from 0 to 70% within a short span of 30 minutes.


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