Realme has been a true success story throughout its short existence. After a 2019 where Oppo’s subsidiary grew like never before, the year ahead promises to be equally interesting.
Within a few days the company will unveil its new flagship, the Realme X50 Pro. To further increase expectations around this model, Realme Europa has just confirmed the use of a Super AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz.
This combination will make this one of the best screens today. Although its resolution has not been specified, it is similar to what we found on the Xiaomi Mi 10.
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Realme X50 Pro will threaten the domain of Xiaomi Mi 10
At a time when the tops of the range are increasingly expensive, brands like Xiaomi or Realme are our hope to reverse that curve. It is true that the new Xiaomi Mi 10 is not as accessible as its predecessors, but we must take into account its quality.
One of the most attractive points of the new top of the range Xiaomi is precisely its AMOLED Full-HD + screen of 90Hz. The same will happen with the Realme X50 Pro, so the last one will be your big opponent.
Realme X50 Pro will be even faster than the Mi 10 to recharge your battery
Realme Europa also took the opportunity to confirm the presence of 65W fast charging in the X50 Pro. The brand’s SuperDart Charge technology will exceed the 50W per wire found in the Xiaomi Mi 10, making it one of the fastest to charge in the market.
Thanks to this technology, it is possible to fully recharge a 4000mAh battery in just 30 minutes. Impressive figures that have been one of the most recent “wars” between Chinese construction companies. At the end of the day, consumers benefit from this.
The price of this Realme X50 Pro will be the point that will most influence this healthy competition. With the latest Xiaomi model costing much more than fans of the brand would like, Realme will be able to reap rewards if its new top of the range falls below the Mi 10.
Realme X50 Pro presentation will take place later this month
Due to the cancellation of this year’s edition of MWC; Realme has changed the way it will reveal its new product. The Chinese will opt for an online event, next February 24, to reveal the X50 Pro.
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