Realme X50 5G phone charging gets 70% in 30 minutes


Realme X50 5G
Source: Android Authority

According to the official information of Realme mobile phone, the charging speed of Realme X50 5G mobile phone can achieve up to 70% in 30 minutes. Realme X50 5G comes with VOOC flash charge 4.0. This smartphone also comes with a 8mm ultra-large diameter liquid-cooled copper tube, 410mm³ ultra-large volume; liquid-cooled copper tube heat dissipation 3.0; five-dimensional ice-cooled heat dissipation.

The 5G era started with the release of NSA 5G smartphones. Huawei set the pace by unveiling 5G SA/NSA devices and other manufacturers are now following the trend. Realme has officially announced that its upcoming Realme X50 will support dual-channel Wi-Fi and 5G simultaneously. According to the company, a dual WiFi and 5G network compatibility will smartly increase network speed in all scenarios. According to the official introduction, this phone can be dual-channel network acceleration, using both Wi-Fi and 5G networks. It can also be dual-Wi-Fi network acceleration while connecting to 2.4GHz / 5GHz Wi-Fi. In addition, regarding the 5G frequency band, the official said that the Realme X50 5G will cover the 5G mainstream frequency bands such as n1 / n41 / n78 / n79, and support SA / NSA dual networking.

With the curtains of 2019 ready to close, some companies have already moved their efforts to the 2020 season of smartphone releases. Realme is one of these companies and it is set to reveal the Realme X50 as early as next month. The new device will boast the highly-anticipated Snapdragon 765G chipset. The company hasn’t revealed the launch date yet, we’ll likely see it go official before the Spring Festival in China. Besides the new chipset, Realme also confirmed that the X50 5G will feature a display with a punch-hole in the top-left corner for the two selfie snappers.

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