Realme X50 Pro Player Edition specifications and price tipped
Realme is set to launch a gamer-centric flagship on May 25, dubbed Realme X50 Pro Player Edition. The company already shared a few images of the smartphone, which confirmed it will sport a quad camera setup on the back. Now the information shared by a reliable Chinese tipster revealed the full specifications of the X50 Pro Player Edition.
The source says that X50 Pro Player Edition will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC and come with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, though there will likely be other memory versions as well that are still unknown.
The X50 Pro Player Edition will sport a 6.44" 2400x1080 pixel display with a 90Hz refresh rate. And the official-looking render that has surfaced reveals the screen will have a pill-shaped hole in the top-left corner for 16MP and 2MP cameras.
The quad camera setup on the back will include a 48MP main camera joined by one 8MP (likely ultrawide) and two 2MP units (depth and macro).
The X50 Pro Player Edition will feature an in-display fingerprint scanner and pack a 4,200 mAh battery with 65W fast charging support. Its 8GB/128GB variant is expected to cost around CNY3,299 ($465/€430).
These specs suggest the X50 Pro Player Edition will be an X50 Pro 5G with downgraded cameras, but since this is a gaming-oriented smartphone, it will be interesting to see how Realme differentiates it from the X50 Pro 5G with gaming features.
We'll likely hear more about the X50 Pro Player Edition in the days leading to the official announcement.
Source (in Chinese)
- 19 May 2020
Look, my current phone has the speaker in a similar position, so I know it gets muffled and/or blocked. Also, even Angry Birds locks the screen rotation to just one position, so turning the screen all over the place is not really a solution you ...
- 18 May 2020
Most of the time, if the game is in portrait, yes it's locked, but in landscape, it can turn around, landscape with earpiece on the left side or landscape with earpiece on the right side all my phones did this. Your phone's rotation must be locked ...
- 18 May 2020
I don't have this exact phone, obviously. I have tried it on other models. The games lock the screen rotation, it doesn't matter what phone you use.