However, according to a report by the Press Trust of India (PTI) citing a company official, the X50 Pro 5G will be priced around INR50,000 in India, which is around $700/€645 at current exchange rates.
Realme is known for aggressively pricing its smartphones so this price increase might prove to be a downer for some. But that's hardly a surprise since the X50 Pro 5G will come with a Snapdragon 865 SoC and Snapdragon X55 5G modem.
That said, it's currently unclear whether this is the price of the 12GB/256GB model which will likely be the top-end version, or some other variant with a different memory configuration.
For comparison, the company's first flagship - X2 Pro - starts at INR27,999 ($390/€360) in India with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage and goes to INR33,999 ($475/€440) for the 12GB/256GB model. And if you decide to go for the Master Edition having the same memory configuration, you'll have to shell out INR1,000 ($14/€13) more.Realme X50 Pro 5G confirmed specs
The PTI report, citing an unknown "leading website", further says that another 5G smartphone from Realme with a "lower chipset version" could be priced at INR25,790 ($360/€335) in India.
Now the only other 5G smartphone that Realme has right now with a lower-tier SoC is the X50 5G, which is currently sold in China with a base price of CNY2,499 (INR25,500/$355/€330).
It's unclear whether Realme will announce the X50 5G for the Indian market on February 24. We reached out to Realme India for clarification but the company denied any comment.
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