According tomedia reports, mobile phone manufacturer Realme announced that its first 5G phone is called “True Me X50”, which will support the SA/NSA dual-mode 5G. Realme’s chief marketing officer (CMO) explains why the phone is named “Real Me X50”, the X:X series is a pioneer in realme’s cross-stage experience;
Just like the upcoming Red Meter K30 5G, the True X50 will support the SA/NSA dual-mode 5G. According to the official poster, the phone is expected to use a front-facing dual camera solution, with holes in the upper left corner of the display, in the form of “capsules”.
Xiaomi’s sub-brand, Red Rice, confirmed that it will launch its Red Rice K30 5G smartphone in China next month, but the exact release date of the X50 is unclear.
Neither Realme executives nor the company have revealed who the chipset the X50 will use, but it is likely that Qualcomm’s flagship or mid- to high-end products will be used.
Realme was founded on May 4, 2018 and focuses on providing quality smartphone products. The company now aims to be one of the world’s largest smartphone markets, along with giants such as Huawei and Xiaomi.
It is reported that Realme’s RealX50 5G handset will be officially launched in China next year, and then in other countries, after which it will enter the Indian market. The company’s goal is to become the first brand to bring 5G phones to India, regardless of whether the network there is supported.
Smartphone brands such as Xiaomi, One Plus, Vivo and Samsung have launched 5G phones in several countries, but none have entered the Indian market, as 5G is currently the country’s biggest problem.
In October, Realme launched its first high-end flagship smartphone, the Realme X2 Pro, in China and Europe. Last week, the company launched the phone in India.