Realme X50 Pro + Advantages and disadvantages of this latest realme mobile phone with pictures, designs, mobile performance, battery life etc. For more details, see the discussion below.
OnePlus may have moved into the premium category, but Realme managed to fill the gap and did little more than respond to the call for speed. Indeed, the Realme X50 Pro is fast – it has access to the fastest network, the fastest processor and even the fastest charging.
But it also impresses with its 90Hz fluid HDR10 + OLED display, top-of-the-line quad-camera on the back, stereo speakers and the silly new Android 10-based Realme UI.
The Realme X50 Pro actually gets its main camera from the X2 Pro – a 64 MP main camera – but there is also a 12 MP telephoto lens for 2x optical zoom, an 8 MP wide-angle viewfinder and a 2 MP depth sensor. The selfie experience has received a nice overhaul with a 32MP centerpiece accompanied by an 8MP wide-angle imaging system.
Realme X50 Pro 5G Specifications
Rear camera: Samsung ISOCELL 64MP Primary Bright GW1 Quad Bayer 1 / 1.72 ”sensor, 0.8μm lens, f / 1.8, PDAF; 119.8 ° 8MP wide-angle camera with f / 2.3 lens, PDAF, macro function; 12 MP telephoto camera with f / 2.5 lens, PDAF, 2x optical and 5x hybrid zoom, PDAF; 2 MP depth sensor. The LED flashes. Video recording 2160p @ 30fps, EIS
Front camera: Main sensor 32MP Quad Bayer 1 / 2.8 ”, lens 0.8μm, f / 2.5; 8MP 105 ° wide angle camera with f / 2.2 lens. 1080p video, EIS.
Body: Gorilla Glass 5 front and rear, aluminum frame
Screen: AMOLED 6.44 inches, 20: 9, 1080p +, HDR10 +, kecepatan 90 Hz refresh
Chipset: Snapdragon 865 5G: Octopus CPU (1 × 2.84 GHz Kryo 585 Gold & 3 × 2.42 GHz Kryo 585 Gold & 4 × 1.8 GHz Kryo 585 Silver), Adreno 650 GPU
memory: 6/8/12 GB LPDDR5 RAM, 128/256 GB UFS 3.0 storage.
OS: Android 10.0; Realme UI 1.0
Battery: 4,200 mAh, 65W SuperDart charge (included in the box), 20W VOOC 3.0 support.
Connectivity: 5G, Dual SIM, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC, Wi-Fi a / b / g / n / kapak / kapak, GPS ganda, USB-C
Colour: Rust Red, Moss Green
Other–else: Optical fingerprint reader under the screen, stereo speakers
One thing we should be proud of is the rear window finish. It is pleasant to look at it and even better to feel it when you hold the phone. Glass, especially when cold, looks like metal and does not, and allows many layers of this translucent paint to magically cover red.
Realme X50 Pro design advantages
It has a completely flat front – all screens are protected by Gorilla Glass 5. This screen has a 6.44 ”OLED screen with an elliptical notch for the dual selfie camera. And it’s a real dual adjustment with normal and extremely wide snappers, so we consider it a fair trade for the missing pixels.
The handset is engraved on the attached screen, a common technique today, and is very thin and well hidden. The good news is that it also works as a speaker, quite powerful, so the X50 Pro can boast of its stereo speaker setup.
The screen hides more than the ultimate enjoyment imagines. First – it supports a refresh rate of 90 Hz, which means that it can show 90 fps, as long as the GPU can handle it (can). And second, under this bright OLED display is the fastest optical fingerprint scanner available today – the same one you’ll find on the OnePlus 7T and Realme X2 series.
The back of the Gorilla Glass 5 is striking, whether green or red, and bends toward the frame. Such curves have become very popular lately and there is a good reason – shapes like these are considered premium because they are more expensive to make, as well as for a thinner profile and a more pleasant but smooth handling.
The four cameras on the back share a single vertical knob. First is the telescopic 12MP, followed by the main 64MP, then comes the 8MP wide-angle and finally the 2MP depth sensor. The hit is very short, but still enough to make the X50 vibrate on the table.
The metal frame is slightly convex and has the nice matte finish we experienced on the back. Thanks to this matte finish, it feels safer in the hand than a regular glass phone and offers you enough peace of mind to leave the case provided.
The bottom of the X50 Pro has a USB-C port, SIM drive, mouthpiece and there is also a second speaker. The volume buttons are on the left, while the power button is on the right and has a thin yellow line for some reason (not that we are complaining).
Made according to today’s shape and size standards and no one will have a problem with it unless you expect the next iPhone SE to appear. The phone is slim and quite light, while its handling is nothing less than a premium deal. One thing we lacked was decent water protection, but we expected the price we got to be lower than we expected.
Screen, battery, charger and speaker
One of the main features is the 90Hz screen. It uses a 6.44-inch AMOLED panel with an extended resolution of 1080p (2,400 x 1,080 px) that has an oval notch in the upper left corner to pave the way for the two selfie shooters.
Gorilla Glass 5 is responsible for protecting the screen from cracks and scratches, but Realme has applied a thin layer of protection at the factory for some extra safety from the box.
The screen supports a refresh rate of 90 Hz like the Realme X2 Pro. You can choose between 60Hz, 90Hz and Auto Select Refresh from the display settings.
This panel also supports HDR10 + and thanks to Widevine L1 DRM, you will be able to enjoy high resolution HDR content from Netflix and the like in this Realme
The screen brightness reaches 525 nits when adjusted manually and when adjusted to Auto setting and exposed to bright light, it reaches 635 nits. These are some good numbers for an OLED display and you will never experience a blurry image, no matter the lighting conditions.
The minimum brightness we can measure on the X50 Pro screen is 4 nits – not the lowest we have ever seen from AMOLED
It has a 4,200 mAh battery. This is the first phone to support the new 65W SuperDart charge and the 65W charger is part of the retail package. Realme promises to fully charge the battery in 35 minutes. And we can confirm that it charges 99% of a dead battery in 35 minutes, while full charge is achieved in around 38 minutes. Very impressive indeed!
It supports all previous VOOC fast charging options as well as USB-PD, so if you are ok without the 65W VOOC 2.0 charging speeds provided only by 65W VOOC 2.0, you can charge it with any fast charger you have.
This phone can handle just 13 hours of web browsing or more than 17 hours of video playback. 3G talk time is not spectacular, nor is the standby performance – and this leads to a slightly lower than expected but excellent 88-hour endurance rating.
It offers two speakers – one dedicated to the bottom and the other is an audio hole. The bottom offers more bass than the vocal cords, but other than that – their volume seems to be quite balanced.
Scores Very good in terms of intensity. As for the quality – very good. Both the bass and the treble are loud and clear and perform very well – better than the Oppo Find X2 Pro, although the bass is not at the level of the best phones out there.
X50 PRO software and performance
Works on Android 10 with the new Realme UI. Our manufacturers have promised a new concept for ColorOS developed by Oppo and with the latest Realme 6 and X50 series that will surely be released.
First, the screen is always active (called Screen Off) and can display the usual contents – clock, date, notification icons, battery. Or you can select your personal spell (eg Brave Leap) and see this message only when the screen is off.
You can also change the screen light effect for new notifications, which is much more efficient than the battery than having an AOD screen and you can customize it completely. This also compensates for the lack of LED-only alerts.
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This new launcher looks a lot like vanilla Android with silly home screens, a simple notification area / switch and an easy-to-use task switch. An app drawer is also available and is as free as one would expect.
The new Realme UI supports different icon packs, so if you are not happy with the standard, you can choose the material, the style with pebbles or even customize it completely according to your preferences.
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Customize system icons
There are many powerful tools in the settings menu if you want full control of your Android operating system. Or you can leave everything as it is and enjoy a hassle-free Android experience optimized by Realme AI and machine learning algorithms.
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Similar to the latest Galaxy, the Realme UI offers a Smart Sidebar at the edges of the screen – you can customize the actions and application shortcuts that appear there.
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Multimedia applications such as Gallery, Music and Video – provided by Realme. There is also a redesigned File Manager and even a Phone Manager application. This completes the list of non-Google applications.
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Finally, the Realme UI supports 90Hz and displays at 90fps – which means it looks smooth and incredibly fast.
It is one of the first smartphones we have come across to run with the new Snapdragon 865 chip. It also has a Qualcomm X55 modem that adds full 5G connectivity.
The Snapdragon 865 features a new octa-core processor with a familiar core configuration – 1 × 2.84 GHz Kryo 585 Gold (Cortex-A77 derivative) & 3 × 2.42 GHz Kryo 585 Gold (Cortex-A77 output) & 8Hz5Kryo. Silver (Cortex-A55 derivative).
The Adreno 650 is part of the Snapdragon 865 and should take gaming capabilities to the next level.
The Snapdragon 865 chip supports LPDDR5 RAM and the Realme X50 Pro is available with 6, 8 or even 12 GB LPDDR5. The storage options are 128 GB and 256 GB and the storage is UFS 3.0.
Finally, the Snapdragon 865 is built into TSMC’s 7 nm manufacturing process, as is the Snapdragon 855.
Realme has a new five-dimensional cooling system for the X50 Pro. It consists of a vapor chamber and several layers of solid toner and covers the entire area of the chip.