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Realme X50t to Debut Soon with Few Changes Compared to Realme X50m 5G

At the beginning of this year, Realme introduced the Realme X50 5G as the company’s first 5G phone. In April, the company unveiled Realme X50m 5G. Apart from downgraded cameras, it borrowed most of its specs from the original X50 5G phone. Recent reports have revealed that Realme is working on another phone called Realme X50t. The handset is rumored to be packed with specs similar to the Realme X50m. A reliable tipster took to Weibo to reveal the few differences that will be available on the Realme X50t. The machine-translated text suggests that the Realme X50t will debut after two days in the home market.

The Realme X50m 5G has 163.8 x 75.8 x 8.9mm dimensions and it weighs 194 grams. The tipster has revealed that the Realme X50t will be a bit heavier as it weighs 202 grams. Also, the X50t will be slightly thicker with a thickness of 9.3mm. He also added that the X50t will be supporting a smaller number of 5G frequency bands such as n41, n78, and n91. It is known that the Realme X50m supports n1, n3, n41, n77, n78, and n79 5G frequency bands.

The rest of the specs of the Realme X50t will be the same as Realme X50m, claims the tipster. The tipster states that the Realme X50t has Snapdragon 765 chipset, 48-megapixel quad-camera setup, and 30W fast charging support and a dual punch-hole screen that supports 120Hz refresh rate,

The leak has no information on the front camera and battery capacity of the Realme X50t. However, it is likely to feature the same 16-megapixel + 2-megapixel dual-camera system and 4,200mAh battery like the X50m phone.

The Realme X50t is likely to sport a side-facing fingerprint reader. It will come preinstalled with Android 10 OS and the latest version of Realme UI.


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