vivo sub-brand iQOO will unveil the iQOO 3 5G on February 25 through an online event in China, but the smartphone will also be launched in India on the same day. The company promoted it as the first smartphone in India having Snapdragon 865 SoC and 5G support.
But Realme has decided to rain on iQOO's parade and has announced that the X50 Pro 5G, which will be unveiled on February 24 at an online event in Madrid, Spain, will be launched in India simultaneously at an event in New Delhi, beating its competitor to the launch of the first smartphone in the country with Snapdragon 865 SoC and support for 5G networks.
We don't have the pricing and availability details of the X50 Pro 5G yet, but the company has revealed a few specs of the smartphone, which include Android 10-based Realme UI, up to 12GB RAM, up to 256GB storage and Wi-Fi 6.
The X50 Pro 5G will support 65W SuperDart fast charging and sport a 90Hz Super AMOLED display with a pill-shaped punch hole in the upper left corner. The screen will likely have a fingerprint reader underneath.
The 5G flagship will come with a total of six cameras - two on the front and four at the back.
We will hear more about the X50 Pro 5G as we inch closer to its official announcement.
will it have the touch delay syndrom like the x2 pro? that was the let down that make me bought asus rog 2 phone instead
Well, India not gonna have 5g for another 2 years so what's the point here. Realme releases this without 5g or with 5g doesn't matter.
don't spread fake news, SD 865 is available without 5G modem only for developing countries like Adian and middle East.