Photos have emerged of the X50 5G, the first 5G smartphone from the Chinese company Realme. The housing, with four cameras on the back, is clearly visible on it. The smartphone has now been approved by the Chinese authorities, and the unveiling is expected during the CES.
The CEO of Oppo-related Realme placed the photos on his Twitter account. The front of the smartphone cannot be seen on it, but the back is clearly visible, and it is clear that the manufacturer has placed four cameras on it. Nothing has been announced about the specifications, but it was previously revealed that the main camera shoots pictures in 64 megapixels, and 8 and 13 megapixels are available for ultrawide and 5x zoom, respectively. Finally, there is a 2 megapixel macro camera.
The CEO appeared on Weibo with a photo showing the front of the Realme X50 5G, and the smartphone was also spotted at the Chinese inspection authorities. As a result, it is now known that a 6.57 “screen is built in and the battery has a capacity of 4100 mAh. That battery can be charged with VOOC 4.0 fast charging. The housing is a Snapdragon 765G soc with built-in X52 modem stopped.
The intention is that the 5g smartphone will be shown during the CES fair next week. The unveiling is scheduled for January 7.