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We examined out the camera efficiency for the Realme X50 Pro and listed here are our first ideas

The Realme X50 Pro is India’s first 5G smartphone

The cellphone was launched in India at a value of 37,999

The Realme X50 Pro has simply been launched in India at present and is the primary 5G smartphone to be launched within the nation. Of course, the cellphone is the primary 5G gadget to be launched as Realme managed to beat out the discharge date of the IQOO three by sooner or later. The Realme X50 Pro can also be the primary cellphone with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. We’ve simply gotten the cellphone in our palms and can be operating our battery of checks and benchmarks for a full, detailed review. But for now, we’ve pushed the camera for testing functions and have the outcomes proper right here within the video embedded beneath. Check it out to seek out out what the camera on the Realme X50 Pro is able to. 

When it involves the camera and the Realme X50 Pro options as many as six cameras, 4 of which sit on the rear panel, and two, on the entrance. The gadget is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip and options Dual Mode 5G. It additionally includes a Super AMOLED display screen with a refresh charge of 90Hz and a 65W SuperDart Charge fast-charging know-how, which is the highest-rated charging know-how at present out there out there, at present. 

We additionally examined out the gaming and efficiency benchmarks for the Realme X50 Pro so you possibly can verify that out right here. 

The Realme X50 Pro launched in India at present for Rs 37,999. Realme CEO, Madhav Seth additionally introduced the launch of different merchandise resembling lively noise cancellation earphones, Smart TVs and more on the launch occasion. The Realme X50 Pro is priced at Rs 37,999 for the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant whereas the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage variant will value round Rs 39,999. There can also be one other variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage can be priced at Rs 44,999. 

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