In a matter of a few years, once an Oppo’s sub-brand, Realme has gained immense popularity. The OEM, which started out by producing mid-range smartphones with an excellent price to performance ratio, after succeeding in that segment started working on flagship smartphones like Realme X2 Pro.

Lately, the company has been teasing its upcoming device namely the Realme X50 5G. As the name of this smartphone suggests, it will come with 5G connectivity. Not to miss, Realme X50 5G will be the OEM’s first 5G smartphone.

In a recent post from Realme’s official Weibo account, the company has shared several interesting network connectivity features of this upcoming device. One of the most amusing among the bunch is the support for dual-channel WiFi and 5G connectivity simultaneously.

This highlighted feature will drastically improve the internet speeds on this smartphone. The dual-mode 5G feature was made possible using the Snapdragon 765G processor. And thanks to the 7nm CPU architecture, this smartphone will consume very low power for its power functioning.

Realme has also stated that the Realme X50 5G supports and can use both 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi networks. Lastly, this smartphones supports every mainstream frequency bands for 5G i.e. n1, n41, n78, n79.

Realme X50 5G: expected specifications and features

Since Realme X50 5G will become the company’s first 5G smartphone, most likely, Realme won’t compromise on other specifications of this smartphone. This 5G smartphone might sport a 6.6-inch LCD display with a dual punch-hole camera setup. 

As mentioned earlier, this smartphone will be powered by the mid-range Snapdragon 765G  processor and it might be backed up by a 4,500mAh battery with support for VOOC 4.0 flash charge technology. Lastly, Realme X50 5G is expected to sport a quad-camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor. 

We can expect this smartphone to be launched in China by the upcoming week.&

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