Earlier today, Realme had just confirmed that the upcoming Realme X50 Pro flagship will be able to support the company’s latest 65W SuperDart charging technology.
Now, Realme is back with some other juicy details pertaining to the device’s phone display. As expected, the X50 Pro will feature a Super AMOLED display on its front panel which can support up to 90Hz screen refresh rate.
Although 90Hz screen refresh rate is honestly more than sufficient for most users, but there were some who’d been hoping to see a 120Hz screen on the Realme X50 Pro. However, having a lower refresh rate will definitely be less taxing on the device’s battery life.
The Realme X50 Pro will be the company’s first Snapdragon 865-fueled flagship device. It is a 5G-ready smartphone that is capable of supporting both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.
According to recent leaks, the device will come equipped with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and has a respectable 256GB native storage space. Although there isn’t much details pertaining to it’s rear camera, but its widely believed to feature a quad-camera setup which boast an impressive 108 megapixels main shooter.
If nothing goes wrong, the Realme X50 Pro will be officially announced during an online launch event on February 24th.