Realme is trying to build up anticipation for the May 25 unveiling of the X50 Pro Player by releasing a few details about the phone every day. It will be a gaming-oriented version of the Realme X50 Pro, so naturally the focus falls on the features that will improve the gaming experience – performance and connectivity, cooling and audio and now the display.
To no one’s surprise, the Realme X50 Pro Player will have a 6.44” Super AMOLED panel with 90Hz refresh rate, same as the regular Pro. The touch sampling rate will be twice that, 180Hz, and Realme says that it has tuned the software to allow for faster reaction times.
The first image lists Android games that support 90Hz, e.g. from modern titles like PUBG to classics like King of Fighters ‘98. Snapdragon 865's powerful Adreno GPU will make sure the games actually hit the 90Hz target.
The display will support HDR10+ and will have 100% coverage of the P3 color space. Also, it will offer a peak brightness of 1,100nits. The special E3 luminescent material will help reduce power usage by 7%.
The Realme X50 Pro Player edition will be introduced on May 25, along with seven other products, including the X3 series.
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Stay blessed in old stone age.
I mean who cares, this is a micro screen. Freaking iphone has almost 720p and nobody cares. It is not very discernable at those small levels. You need a computer screen before starting to appreciate the differences of 1080p and up, before those (scre...