Realme X50 Pro gets an incredible score on AnTuTu!


Realme X50 5G
Source: Android Authority

The well-known performance testing platform AnTuTu was visited by the Realme X50 Pro and the results are impressive. The 574,985 points obtained by this device is something really incredible.

We can also conclude that the Realme X50 Pro will be a high-end device, thanks to its Snapdragon 865 processor. In fact, it is this SoC that allows it to achieve such an impressive result.

This is one of the highest results – if not the highest – ever recorded on this well-known platform. The Chinese company’s smartphone even managed to surpass the Xiaomi Mi 10, which had achieved a result above 560 thousand points on the same platform.

Realme’s upcoming flagship will be one of the most powerful smartphones on the market

The conclusion we can draw from these results is that the Realme X50 Pro will not let you down. Realme‘s new flagship will undoubtedly be one of the most powerful devices on the market.

The results obtained in these performance tests are not absolute, but represent a good indicator of their performance. More than once we have seen that the Snapdragon 865 manages to achieve impressive results, so this data turns out not to be a total surprise.

Realme X50 Pro to be presented at MWC 2020

The Chinese company has already confirmed that it will be present at the largest mobile technology fair in the world. In fact, this should be the place chosen by Realme to present its new top of the range.

The Realme X50 Pro will be the high-end version of the X50 that the brand introduced earlier this month. The Oppo sub-brand seems to follow the steps taken by Redmi, so we can say that this will be the major competitor to the Redmi K30 Pro.

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Given the brand’s past, the price of this X50 Pro should be quite attractive. In other words, this will be one of the most powerful flagships in the market, but also one of the cheapest in its segment.

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