Realme announced the X50 5G in January and followed it up with a Pro variant next month. The company is expected to add the X50 Youth Edition to the lineup soon, which according to a popular Chinese tipster will feature a total of six cameras - two on the front and four at the back - like the vanilla X50 and Pro model.
However, the X50 Youth will come with a different camera setup. The regular X50 sports 16MP wide and 8MP ultrawide units on the front and has a 64MP primary camera on the back joined by a 12MP telephoto, 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro modules.
The X50 Youth, on the other hand, swaps the 8MP ultrawide module on the front with a 2MP depth sensor, while the main camera is replaced with a 48MP unit which is joined by an 8MP ultrawide and two 2MP units.
The downgrade of cameras on the X50 Youth is not too surprising since corners had to be cut on this toned-down version of the vanilla X50.
The source doesn't reveal any other details about the X50 Youth, but thanks to 3C, we know it will support 5G networks and 30W fast charging - just like the regular X50.