Realme X50 to be the First 5G Smartphone Company With Support For SA / NSA


Earlier this year, Realme introduced its first flagship called the X2 Pro which comes with Snapdragon 855+ chipset and many other high-end specs. Now, the company is aiming higher and will introduce Realme X50 5G very soon, its CMO revealed on Weibo.

Xu Qi Chase’s post also features an outline of a phone and we can spot two cameras in the upper left corner in what appears to be a hole in the screen. This means that the X50 5G will not only be the brand’s first 5G-enabled phone but also the first phone to have a hole in the screen.

While the jump from X2 to X50 was really intriguing, Chase explained the logic behind the name. X stands for X series, this is a pioneering product line with all the new technologies that Realme is implementing, 5 representing the upcoming generation of 5G smartphones and 0 for a new start – like the 5G future of the mobile business.

The Realme X50 5G will operate on both independent and non-standalone 5G networks, meaning easier transitions and wider coverage of next-generation connectivity. Realme has yet to reveal more about the smartphone, including any time frame for its launch.

It is not clear which processor will be used on the smartphone. Observers, however, believe that the base of the Realme X50 model will be one of the Qualcomm Snapdragon chips that support 5th-generation mobile networks that have not yet been officially announced. According to Strategy Analytics forecasts, this year 5G devices will account for less than 1% of total smartphone sales. Next year, analysts believe shipments of these devices will increase tenfold.

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