Realme X50 Pro 5G review

Realme’s been dropping telephones like they’re hot recently. There was the Realme 6, 6i, 6 Pro, X50 and the telephone we’re inspecting today – the Realme X50 Pro 5G, a 5G telephone that expenses under 600 euros (from £460 in the event that you import it) regardless of being stacked up with leader specs. 

 

How ‘lead’ can the specs truly be at that cost? We’re talking Samsung Galaxy S20-coordinating with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 internals, a Huawei P40 Pro-coordinating with 90Hz screen tech, and iPhone 11 Pro coordinating with camera flexibility, with a wide, ultrawide, and zoom combo around the back. 

 

Decent at the cost on paper, the Realme X50 Pro 5G is additionally pleasantly future-proofed with sweet 5G goodness and incorporates the quickest charging speeds at present accessible – 65W. The catch, notwithstanding, is that it’s not being run by any organizations at the time this current survey’s being composed; so you’ll need to get it all together.

DESIGN: CHONK

There’s little with regards to the Realme X50 Pro; its specs are large, its screen is huge, and its weight is huge as well. Weighing 205g, it makes the rich OnePlus 8 (180g) feel like a featherweight, and at 8.9mm, the X50 Pro it’s generally girthy. 

 

Realme’s 5G lead isn’t without its charms. The adjusted glass back has a semi-matte, chilly completion which is satisfyingly (and hazardously) dangerous. It additionally consolidates front and back glass with bended metal corners, which relax the close-by impression. 

 

Shading decisions are likewise a state of separation. Practically going for a camo-stylish taste, there’s no uber conventional dark or white here. All things considered, the X50 Pro 5G comes in either Moss Green or Rust Red. 

 

Catch and port arrangement is unsurprising, and there’s a pre-fitted screen defender stacked on a Gorilla Glass 5 presentation, however no IP67 water or residue obstruction, dissimilar to the new iPhone SE

 

SCREEN: FLAT, FLUID, AND FABULOUS

aside from Motorola, most leading telephone creators are leveling out their screens for 2020 – the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Huawei P40 are perfect representations of the pattern. Considering this, the evenness of the Realme X50 Pro 5G feels like to a lesser degree a trade-off contrasted with the huge hitters out at this point. 

 

Truth be told, with a 90Hz screen revive rate, Realme is a sly fox, coordinating with the OnePlus 8 and 7T Pro’s Fluid AMOLED. The telephone’s 1080 x 2400 goal is indistinguishable from both OnePlus and Samsung’s most moderate 5G telephones, and the X50 Pro 5G additionally conveys HDR 10+ help as well. 

 

Brilliant outside, punchy and profound simultaneously, the X50 Pro 5G has a gorgeous screen, and with added highlights like a consistently in plain view (AOD) – missing from the OnePlus 8, you’re certainly getting acceptable worth on the presentation front. We had one niggle – from time to time when composing, we experienced some touch affectability issues – misregistered presses all the more explicitly. Not bargain breaking, however recognizable, and with any karma, these will be tended to in a product update.

 

CAMERA: ONEPLUS 8 BEATER

Recall the superb Realme X2 Pro? It was the primary telephone to drop with a 64MP camera. Indeed, that camera’s back, alongside its compadres: super-wide, fax and profundity sensor for cycle two in the X50 Pro. 

 

To recap on particulars, the X2 Pro and X50 Pro element a 64MP essential sensor with an f/1.8 gap and a 26mm wide-point focal point. The X50 Pro 5G doesn’t highlight OIS, yet packs stage discovery self-adjust. 

 

Different snappers are marginally unique, with the X50’s 12MP fax camera checking in with a 54mm central length (2x zoom), and an f/2.3 gap. Following up, the 8MP super wide-point camera focal point has a 13mm central length (0.5x zoom). 

 

There’s a fourth 2MP monochrome profundity sensor too, and on the front is a double camera, led by a pore-tactically high-goal 32MP module, joined by a super wide 17mm, 8MP camera. 

 

Shots taken on the X50 Pro 5G won’t overturn the best out there, particularly in low light, yet at the cost, they’re cutthroat and better than those taken on the OnePlus 8. In particular, the X50 Pro packs a fax shooter, which the OnePlus 8 doesn’t, and the fundamental camera is more honed in sufficiently bright conditions. 

 

The X50 Pro 5G shoots video at up to 4K goal (30fps), there’s a super steady mode for GoPro-Esque activity cam-style catch and video quality is true, strong at the cost. In the meantime, shots taken on the 32 MP front camera are a touch delicate (not generally something awful). Having a super-wide selfie cam is an expert in case you’re famous.

 

OTHER SPECS: VALUE-TASTIC

Extra specs represent themselves. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 is top-level and flies. With a beginning limit of 128GB stockpiling and 8GB RAM, the absence of a microSD card will improbable be an issue. 

 

Concerning the 5G velocities, in self-separation on EE in zone three, we were hitting speeds up to 250Mbps, which was about 50Mbps behind our best 5G entertainer, the P40 Pro. 

 

In contrast to the P40 Pro, however, the X50 Pro 5G runs Google affirmed a form of Android 10, complete with Play Store access and Realme’s custom UI over the top. It’s not very weighty, and is a checked improvement over that of the X2 Pro, working practically indistinguishable from Color OS on the Find X2 Pro. 

 

There’s no earphone jack here, yet there are sound system speakers, and they sound great – tuned precisely like those of the OnePlus 8. Moreover, the under-show unique mark scanner works coupled with the face opening to get you into your telephone safely and rapidly. 

 

There are regions where the X50 Pro 5G feels a touch crude. The vibration motor, for instance, is somewhat coarse, so when you type, it thunks like a midrange telephone. All things considered, one thing that is verifiably great is the way that the 4200mAh battery powers up quicker than any cell on the scene with 65W quick charging. That implies it takes under 40 minutes to go from 0-100%, which is awesome.

 

REALME X50 PRO 5G VERDICT

A UK cost for the Realme X50 Pro 5G is yet to be affirmed, and that will direct exactly how great it truly is according to a worthy perspective. 

 

The way things are, it piles up well when saved by another five-star gadget, the OnePlus 8. Realme conveys a superior camera mix, also a lot quicker charging. In the interim, OnePlus’ equipment is richer, and its screen is greater and better. 

 

Assuming you need the most reasonable 5G telephone around, then, at that point the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G is an incredible yell now that it’s getting a little more in the tooth. All things considered, in case you’re after more force, better cameras, and quicker charging and wouldn’t fret taking a punt on a relatively obscure, the bet on Realme could well result.

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