The Realme X50 5G arrived in January as one of the first smartphones with the next-gen connectivity. It immediately started selling in China, but it sure took its sweet time come to Europe.
The Spanish website of Realme has now revealed the wait is over and the X50 5G will come on July 8. It will be presented during an online event, scheduled to start at 10:30 AM local time.
The poster also reveals the Realme Buds Q will join the party. They are TWS earphones that come in a pill-shaped box and are pretty cheap - they are selling for the equivalent of €18 in China or €23 in India.
When the Realme X50 5G arrives in Europe, it will bring a quad-camera setup - 64MP main + 12MP telephoto + 8MP ultrawide-angle + 2MP macro snappers. However, some leaksters assume that Realme might want to bring the price down and actually introduce the X50m 5G smartphone under the X50 5G moniker, meaning we could be up to a less impressive 48MP main + 8MP ultrawide-angle + 2MP macro + 2MP depth combination.
We’re looking at a phone with a Snapdragon 765G chipset, 6.57” LCD with 120Hz refresh rate, dual selfie cameras and a 4,200mAh battery with VOOC 4.0 fast charging at 30W.
If that price is actually confirmed then that's so stupid. Why would they even bother to price their mid ranger 50 euros more expensive than their flagship. The only upgrade I can see to this from the x50 pro is the refresh rate and slight chang...