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Realme X50 Pro 5G New Things to Expect

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Realme recently confirmed that the X50 Pro 5G is arriving on February 24 with a total of six cameras – two on the front and four at the back. Today, the company revealed more details about the dual camera setup on the front.

This setup will include a 32MP selfie snapper, joined by an ultrawide angle module with a field-of-view of 105-degrees. Realme didn’t reveal the resolution of the ultrawide angle unit, but we are likely looking at an 8MP shooter.

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Realme X50 Pro 5G will come with 32MP Dual Ultra-Wide Selfie camera, color options revealed

Additionally, Realme said ultrawide angle unit will come with UIS Max Super Video Stabilization (machine translated from Chinese). As evident from the name, this is a video stabilization feature, but we’ll have to wait for more details to know how exactly is it different from OIS and EIS.

Besides, Realme’s European branch confirmed the X50 Pro 5G will be offered in two colors – Rust Red and Moss Green.

Other previously confirmed specs of the Realme X50 Pro 5G include a Snapdragon 865 SoC, up to 12GB RAM, and up to 256GB storage. It will boot Android 10-based Realme UI and pack a 90Hz Super AMOLED display.

The X50 Pro 5G will sport a 64MP main camera and feature Wi-Fi 6. Realme hasn’t officially revealed its battery capacity yet, but did confirm it will support 65W SuperDart fast charging.

Realme X50 Pro 5G will come with 32MP Dual Ultra-Wide Selfie camera, color options revealed

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