Review Realme X50 phone: Realme with 5G

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Shortly after the Snapdragon 765 chip was released, Realme also launched its first 5G smartphone market. So is this the device worth to own from this subsidiary of OPPO? Please find out in this article.
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#first. Realme X50 hardware

The screen of the Realme X50 uses IPS LCD panel with Full HD + resolution. The screen size is 6.57 inches with a 20: 9 aspect ratio. Especially, the 120Hz frequency monitor enhances the gaming experience.
It has all four rear cameras and dual selfie cameras. The cluster of 4 rear cameras includes 1 64MP main camera, 12MP Tele camera, an 8MP ultra wide angle camera and 2MP macro camera. Up front is a dual selfie camera with a 16MP main camera and 8MP wide-angle camera.
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The Realme X50 has dual sim support, a microSD card, uses USB Type-C charging and 1216 Dolby Sound speakers.

#2. The design of the Realme X50

The back of the Realme X50 is the glass protected by Gorilla Glass 5. The fingerprint sensor is located on the side of the device. Especially with 5 layers of heat sink to help the machine operate stably when used for a long time.
Camera design: 4 rear cameras are arranged vertically along the left corner of the back, placed next to the dual LED Flash. The dual selfie camera is located in the hole on the left of the main screen.
Realme X50 until now only produce a single color is Polar White.
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# 3. Configuration of Realme X50

Realme X50 uses Snapdragon 765 chip with built-in 5G modem chip. Realme X50 has versions of 6GB, 8GB and 12GB Ram corresponding to the internal memory of the machine is 64GB, 128GB and 256GB ROM.
It is equipped with a 4200mAh battery and supports 30W fast charging technology.

# 4. Software / OS of Realme X50

The device runs on Android 10 operating system with its Realme UI interface.
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# 5. Personal rating

So after Redmi, Oppo's subsidiary also started to produce mid-range 5G smartphones.
Realme X50 does not bring too many breakthroughs worth mentioning. Still inheriting VOOC charging technology from Oppo, running the mid-range Snapdragon 765 chip with 5G, multiple rear cameras, ...
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However, it stands out in the price range of 5 - 8 million with a 120Hz refresh rate screen that was only available on flagships, advanced audio technology, and perforated screens, but the hole is moved to the left corner. screen to help prevent the reputation of being Samsung clones.
5-layer liquid cooling capability seems to be quite redundant for a mid-range chip like snapdragon 765G, sounds cool but not very bad at all.
MediaTek's Redmi Note 8 Pro with Dimesity 1000 also uses a 5-layer heatsink, but after 30 minutes of gaming, the recorded temperature is still approximately 50 ° C. In short, this is only for giving but not improved much.
It's not a great device, but it still seems quite worth it to experience the 5G network. How do you feel about this machine? Leave your comment below the comment section!
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