Realme is set to launch its upcoming smartphone, the X50 5G, on 7th January, and the brand is teasing the device on its social media platforms aggressively. Now, Realme’s CEO, Madhav Sheth, has revealed official images of the smartphone through a post on Twitter.
As you can see in the pictures, the Realme X50 5G has a glass panel at the rear with curved edges, giving the device a premium look. The design pattern on the rear panel is something that we haven’t seen with any other smartphone yet, distinguishing the X50 5G from the rest. The photos also show the quad-camera setup and the side-mounted fingerprint scanner of the smartphone that Realme had teased earlier on Weibo.
Sharing with you guys the first look of our first #5G smartphone!
This is in line with our philosophy of providing industry leading design and powerful performance.
RT if you loved it.#realme #2020 pic.twitter.com/xXhe0lkcuk
— Madhav 's Lifestyle (@MadhavSheth1) January 2, 2020
Unfortunately, none of the images posted by Madhav show the front fascia of the X50 5G. That being said, the Chinese division of Realme had shared a picture of the X50 5G on Weibo, showing the device from the front. Just like leaks and rumours suggested, the image of the X50 5G shared on the Chinese social media platform, confirms that the smartphone will have a wide punch hole on display, housing two front-facing cameras.
As the name suggests, the Realme X50 5G will have 5G connectivity. Realme has already confirmed through teasers that the smartphone will have dual-mode (SA/NSA) 5G connectivity for it to work with a wider range of network operators. So far, Realme has also confirmed that the X50 5G will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset, and an enhanced VOOC 4.0 fast charging that will be capable of charging the phone’s battery from zero to 70% in 30 minutes.
The Realme X50 5G is expected to launch in only those countries which have 5G cellular network, like China and some regions of Europe. Therefore, the Realme X50 5G most probably won’t make it to the Indian market. That being said, the brand might launch a non-5G version of the handset in India, since it is the second-largest market for the brand and Realme wouldn’t want to disappoint its customers.