Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review



Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


We can say that the Realme X50 Pro 5G looks like a flagship killer. This terminal takes advantage of a 6.44-inch 90 Hz (20: 9) Super AMOLED panel, it is powered by a Snapdragon 865 SoC coupled with 8 or 12 GB of RAM, and it has a 4,200 mAh battery with a fast charge 65 W. In terms of the photo, four modules are present, including a main lens of 64 megapixels, which is already found on the Realme X2 Pro. It comes with a 12-megapixel x20 hybrid telephoto lens, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, and an add-on for portraits. Certainly high-end on paper, it is marketed for the tidy sum of 500USD. in this article, we give you a quick review regarding Realme X50 Pro 5G.

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


Design &'Display.


Realme X50 Pro does a pretty good job and comes across as a sleek, classic-looking smartphone. The phone comes with a glass front. The frame is made of aluminum. The back of the phone is made of glass. The back houses a quad vertical photo block. The rim of the phone is made of metal and takes up the color of the shell with volume buttons placed on the left and an unlocking button on the right. The SIM and SD card cart is located on the bottom edge, next to the USB-C charging port. The dimensions of the mobile are 159 x 74.2 x 8.9 mm for a heavyweight of 205 g. This sometimes makes it difficult to handle with one hand.

 As far as display is concerned,  Realme X50 Pro comes with a 6.44 Super AMOLED screen. It occupies 84.9% of the front of the device. Realme X50 Pro has a 1080 x 2400 resolution with 403 PPi. The screen with a flat shape, without curvatures on the sides. It supports HDR10+. It also has support for the 90Hz refresh rate.  Keep in mind that the Realme interface allows you to switch back to a 60 Hz mode to save battery, force 90 Hz for all content, or automatically select the refresh rate depending on the compatibility of the application. It would be great if the display had a 120 refresh rate as on the Oppo Find X2  but still, it is way better than the 60Hz existed in the Sony Xperia 1 Mark 2.

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Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


 Operating System and Processor


Realme X50 Pro comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, the same process you can find in most of today's flagships such as Xiaomi 10 Pro and Sony Xperia 1 Mark 2. The processor is built using a 7nm Plus process for extreme power efficiency, and it has a neural engine on board for AI-related tasks.

In the Geekbench test, the X50 Pro scored 909 for single-core and 3309 for multicores. This score is slightly better to the Samsung Galaxy S20 devices we tested, but slightly lower than iQoo 3 5G single-core 928 and multi-core 3309.

According to the operating system, Realme X50 Pro runs on Android 10 with Realme's famous UI. Realme UI is a real success for the brand. The interface is intuitive, feature-rich, and offers everything one would expect from a successful Android interface.  At the launcher level, we will find an integrated Google search bar just above the dock icons. The settings screen is similar to that of ColorOS 7 with just a few modified options such as a "Realme Lab" allowing access to experimental options, in this case, the sharing of music in Bluetooth on two transmitters, a headset. and a speaker for example. We also enjoy a dark theme, an application drawer, gesture navigation, or navigation by reverse buttons. You can also change and customize the shape of application icons or slide your finger down the slab from anywhere on the home screen to open the notifications screen.

Among the main complaints that we can make him, a screen "intelligent assistant" just as useless as on ColorOS and that we would have much preferred to see replaced by Google Discover. Another complaint can be made about the status bar. In fact, the two modules integrated in the punch take up a lot of space and it quickly comes to not being able to display all the notification icons at the top of the screen. It's quite simple, beyond two icons, the system displays a point suggesting that more awaits us by unrolling the panel. 

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


Storage, Price, and, Available Colors


 Realme X50 Pro price depends on the selected variant. the basic variant of Realme X50 Pro with 6GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost you around 458.00USD on AliExpress. The same variant will cost you 549.00USD on Bang good. The variant with 8GB RAM and 128GB variant, it will cost 495.00USD on AliExpress, while the 12GB RAM and 256GB variant will cost you around 516.99USD on AliExpress. It does not have an SD card. While it goes with 2 SIM cards, one is physical and the other is eSIM. It is available in Rust Red and Miss Green colors.

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


Security and Ports


For security, the smartphone is equipped with a fingerprint reader positioned under the screen. If it is rather fast and efficient for detection, without too many false negatives, we would however have appreciated that it was positioned a little higher for easier access to the finger. It doesn't support 3D face recognition for unlocking the device. The X50 Pro also supports the classical unlocking methods such as pattern and passcode. 

 As of ports, the X50 Pro supports Bluetooth 5 and NFC. It also supports VoLTE and WiFi Calling. It comes with USB-C. Like most of 2020 smartphones no 3.5mm headphone jack available.

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


Battery and Charging


 Realme X50 Pro comprises a powerful Li-Ion battery with a capacity of 4200mAh.  It has more capacity than the Apple's latest flagship iPhone 11 Pro Max (3969)  and the same battery capacity as the one in Huawei P40 Po, Huawei latest flagship. This phone also offers fast charging.

 The Realme phone battery can be charged with 65w, and it charges from 0% to %100 in 30 minutes. That because this phone has Super Draft Flash Charger and Power Delivery. 

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


Camera


 Realme X50 Pro has a Quad-camera on the rear as clarified: 8Mp ( utrawide with f\2.3),64MP( wide with f\1.8 it has OIS, and Laser AF), 12MP( telephoto with f\2.5) and 2MP( depth with f\2.4). The Realme has a dual front-facing camera 32MP with f\2.0 with eye-tracking, HDR, and LED flash and 8MP ultra-wide.

The main camera mode allows us to gain a little in image quality. Despite a strong accentuation of the colors and the contrast, this gain in quality is, for example, largely perceptible at night. Under these conditions, a Xiaomi Mi Note 10 falling in the same price range will prove to be more convincing - remember that it has a 108-megapixel mode.

In the ultra-wide-angle module, several things are to be noted, such as a lack of details which places this module behind many competitors (here the Mi Note 10 ), as well as a white balance which draws frankly on the blue. The pictures are correct, but nothing more.

At night, this ultra-wide-angle module does not work miracles with very little visible detail, despite a correct aperture (f / 2.3). It is quite mediocre under these conditions.

The telephoto module is very effective in daylight with lots of visible detail and good color reproduction (although accentuated). At night, it is like the others of its kind, namely very little useful.

As for selfie photos, both lenses offer satisfying selfies with good brightness management and very decent sharpness. Portrait mode is effective with fairly precise clipping overall, whether through the front sensor or from the back devices.

Video mode allows you to shoot up to 4K at 60 fps. Several options are interesting, such as the optimal stability mode which reduces the effects of camera shake, or the live bokeh mode which adds depth of field effects.

Realme X50 Pro 5G: Quick Review


Conclusion.


Realme has made a flagship killer again. But the new product is no longer as impressive as its predecessor. OIS has not appeared, there is no progress in autonomy, there is no 90 Hz in games, the audio jack has been cut out, the body has become thicker and heavier, there are no 4K recordings on shirk and telephoto, and the cameras are actually the same as they were a year ago ... Of course, all this can be forgiven, given how much the Realme X50 Pro 5G is cheaper than other smartphones with similar hardware. Of course, it remains one of the most interesting options in its price range, but the former enthusiasm is less. What do you think?  Have you lied an eye on Realme X50 Pro 5G? Do you recommend it? Share your thoughts with us.

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