Realme X50 5G Pro to make an entry UAE soon

Realme X50 5G Pro to make an entry UAE soon

Chinese phone mogul, Realme just launched the Realme X50 5G Pro, its second 5G-capable phone in the last couple of months. Earlier this year, in January, it launched the X50 5G.

Realme announced its arrival into the premium 5G smartphone category with its newest device, while also unveiling its all-new ‘AIoT’ strategy.

With venturing into the 5G realm and launching the X50 5G and X50 5G Pro, it turns out the company is targeting the premium end of the market. The Shenzhen-based company – whose parent firm also produces Oppo, OnePlus and Vivo phones – introduced the Realme X50 Pro 5G, its flagship for the new standard of mobile technology.


  • The Shenzhen-based company has a track record of serving up smartphones with an “out of the box” aesthetic.
  • The X50 Pro 5G showcases first time ever the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip like Samsung Galaxy S20.

It also includes a rear quad-camera setup, a 90Hz refresh rate and super-fast charging capabilities that Realme says can fully charge the larger battery in just 35 minutes.

Key specifications

  • Processor: Snapdragon 865
  • Display: 6.44-inch AMOLED with a 20:9 aspect ratio
  • Rear cameras: 64-megapixel main cam, 12-megapixel telephoto lens, 8-megapixel ultrawide camera, and black & white portrait mode quad camera setup
  • Front cameras: Two selfie cameras: wide lens (32-megapixel Sony IMX 616 sensor) and 8-megapixel ultrawide lens
  • Battery: 4,500-mAh dual cell battery with 65-watt fast charge
  • Refresh rate: 90Hz
  • RAM: 6GB, 8GB or 12GB
  • Storage: 128GB or 256GB
  • In-display fingerprint unlock
  • Dual speakers
  • No headphone jack

Aiming the younger users with its swanky inventions, Realme made its debut in the UAE market in January this year.

Globally, Realme has expanded to 25 markets, such as China, India, Southeast Asia, Europe, Russia, Pakistan and Africa including Egypt. Total shipments exceeded 25 million last year, a year-on-year increase of 500 per cent against 2018.