Realme X50 Pro price in India will reportedly be set at around Rs 50,000

Realme will be introducing the Realme X50 Pro in India at an event on February 24th as the country’s first phone with support for 5G networks. Ahead of the launch, the company has already revealed a handful of details about the upcoming phone in the past few days. But, the brand hasn’t yet announced anything about the pricing details of the Realme X50 Pro so far. However, a new report by the Press Trust of India has claimed to have revealed the pricing of the Realme X50 Pro smartphone for India.

Realme X50 Pro will offer a total of five cameras on the back

As per the PTI report, the Realme X50 Pro will be priced at around Rs 50,000 in India. If the report is correct, the X50 Pro will be the most expensive smartphone from the Chinese brand to date. “Realme 5G handset will be powered with 865 Snapdragon chipset and available at around Rs. 50,000,” an official, who did not wish to be identified, told PTI.

It’s worth mentioning that in India, 5G networks still haven’t been deployed by the telecom operators. However, Realme wants to offer future-ready devices to users who travel to countries where 5G connectivity is widely available, suggests the report. No other details about the device have been revealed by the new PTI report.

Realme X50 Pro specifications and features

So far, Realme has officially announced that the Snapdragon 865 processor-powered X50 Pro will be featuring support for the dual-mode 5G (NSA and SA) networks worldwide. The chipset will be paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. At the rear, the handset will be equipped with a 64MP main sensor. There will also be three more cameras on the back.

The quad rear camera module will be capable of providing support for 20x hybrid zoom as well as the brand’s SAT smooth zoom tech. On the front, the handset will have two holes in the screen to house the dual selfie cameras. Lastly, the company has confirmed that the Realme X50 Pro will be offering support for a massive 65W fast charging.


Akshay Kumar

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