The manufacturer Realme recently introduced the smartphone Realme X50m, the newest intermediary coming to compete in the growing segment of 5G mobile phones focused on cost-effectiveness. The product has specs similar to the X50, but with some more modest aspects to ensure a better price.
Realme’s new cell phone has a 6.57-inch LCD screen with a frequency of 120 Hz and Full HD resolution. The product also comes with two selfie cameras present in a hole in the upper left corner of the display, with 16 MP and 2 MP sensors for depth of field.
At the rear, the Realme X50m has four image sensors, with the 48MP main camera accompanied by 8MP ultrawide, 2MP Macro and 2MP solutions aimed at shooting in depth. Among the features present in the model, one of the highlights is the recording of videos in slow-motion, with 120 frames per second.
Snapdragon 765G and 4,200 mAh battery
The new smartphone from Realme brings in its interior the Snapdragon 765G processor, Qualcomm’s chip that allows 5G to be implemented in mobile phones in the premium intermediate segment. The component is the same used in the standard X50 model, which has a more powerful camera set.
The product also features a Liquid Copper Tube Cooling 3.0 cooling system, ensuring better gaming performance, and Dolby Sound speakers. The device does not come with a dedicated audio connection, but it does have a digital reader on its side.
Inside, the X50m has a 4,200 mAh battery with 30W quick recharge and VOOC technology, courtesy of Oppo, Realme’s parent company. The system allows 70% of the energy source to be recharged in just 30 minutes.
Equipped with Android 10 bringing the Realme UI, the X50m will ship with 128GB of storage and variants with 6GB and 8GB of RAM. The smartphone goes on sale in China on April 29 for values from US$ 280, about R$ 1,517 in direct conversion.