Realme today introduced its 5G flagship smartphone, Realme X50 Pro 5G for Malaysians. The Realme X50 Pro 5G offers users a stylish 5G experience with Snapdragon 865 5G processor, 65W SuperDart Flash Charge and 90hz Super AMOLED Display. Malaysians will be able to get their hands on the speed of the future starting today, 7th July 2020.
“Today marks another milestone for Realme Malaysia as we brought in another Dare to Leap product to our fans. Malaysians have witnessed our beautiful C series, our fans-favourite number series, our flagship series as well as AIoT devices. Now, we are taking another step to the future in launching Realme X50 Pro 5G for our fans in Malaysia. We hope that our fans will enjoy this strong performance, flash charging speed, beautiful and smooth display smartphone,” said Tiffany Teh, Brand Manager of Realme Malaysia.
The Realme X50 Pro comes with the features of Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, making it the first smartphone to reach an AnTuTu score of 605327. Realme X50 Pro features an advanced antenna layout design which covers all of the world's mainstream 5G bands giving users 360° signal reception and the system will be able to call the antenna with the strongest signal to keep the network stable no matter how you hold the phone.
The device also supports Smart 5G as it can intelligently perceive the surrounding signal environment and user operation, then intelligently switch from 4G to 5G. It will intelligently adjust networking strategy, allocate bandwidth and battery, effectively improve battery life and reduce power consumption by 30%.
Design & Display
Realme X50 Pro contains a 6.44 inch Samsung Super AMOLED 90Hz Display and 180Hz sampling rate. The display comes with 20:9 ratio, 2400x1080P FHD+ resolution, E3 luminescent materials, 92% screen-to-body ratio, 1000+nits brightness.
It also further supports HDR10+ and 100% DCI-P3 and 105% NTSC color gamuts, outdoor screen visibility, night eye protection mode and ultra-clear visual effects for a more comfortable and vivid viewing experience.
It is equipped with the latest G3.0 fingerprint recognition and unlocking solution, which has doubled the touch-sensitive area and increased signal intensity by 40%. Boasting an average unlocking speed of only 0.27 seconds, it is one of the fastest fingerprint unlocking solutions currently available in the market.
Realme is known for its fastest charging smartphones nowadays. The Realme X50 Pro is equipped with 65W SuperDart Flash Charge (10V 6.5A) and its 4200mAh dual-cell battery can be fully charged within 35mins. Even while heavy gaming, the 65W SuperDart Flash Charge can charge up to 57% in just 30 minutes. The device also supports 18W QC/PD charging and 30W VOOC 4.0 Flash Charge, making it even more versatile. Realme X50 Pro is also equipped with GaN charger adaptor to improve charging efficiency and achieve a greater charging power.
Realme X50 Pro has two cameras on the front consisting of a 32MP wide angle camera and another 8MP ultra wide angle camera that supports 105º field of view. Both lenses come’ with UIS video stabilisation and portrait video recording.
On the rear, this phone is equipped with a quad-camera setup. Aside from its 64MP main camera, it has an 8MP ultra wide lens that also functions as a macro lens, a 12MP telephoto lens and a B&W portrait lens. Its telephoto lens is capable of 20x zoom and 5x hybrid optical zoom.
Realme X50 Pro is based on Android 10 and ColorOS 7 with a well-built Realme UI that is seamless and fun to use as it is designed based on young consumers preferences. For example, users are able to switch on focus mode while studying, the dark mode features where it will automatically turn off at sunrise and switch on at sunset, use 3-Finger Selected Screenshot in capturing important parts only without cropping needed and many more features.
Available in Moss Green and Rust Red, the Realme X50 Pro 5G comes with a RM2,999 price tag for its 12GB + 256GB variant. You can get it from Lazada during its first online sale on July 7 or purchase it offline from July 11 onwards.