Realme continues its promo campaign to build hype for its upcoming Realme X50 Pro Player. The device will be revealed on May 25 in a big event held by the company in China. Today the company shared a couple of new teasers. Meanwhile, an alleged Realme X50 Pro Player has paid a visit to GeekBench 4.4 database. After all, the most important part of this handset is on its gaming hardware.
The device will boast Snapdragon 865 SoC, with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM. Moreover, teasers already revealed that the handset boasts UFS 3.1 storage, but GeekBench doesn’t consider storage speed. The handset scored 4,309 points in the single-core tests and 12,820 in the multi-core tasks. No surprises if you’re already used with the Snapdragon 865 performance.
The teasers come to show-off a little about Realme’s multi-layer cooling solution. It includes a vapor chamber and graphite sheets, they’ll cover the chipset completely and help it run 10ºC cooler. Interestingly enough, the vapor chamber covers 1,821mm² while the graphite sheets add over 9,650mm². The company is also showing off its HyperBoost technology. As the name suggests it’s a gaming-oriented feature to ensure that the game will run smoothly with stable FPS. It smartly analyzes users’ input and the current state of the game.
It’s interesting to see such a focus in performance. However, it’s not a big surprise, after all, it is the main purpose of the X50 Pro Player. The smartphone comes with essentially the same hardware of the X50 Pro, however, it downgrades some of the camera specifications. Thus making this a device that has what is important for gamers.
Since this is a gaming phone you can expect a portfolio of features to improve the gaming experience. Moreover, it will include modes to reduce notifications from interrupting you during a gaming session. However, it will also allow users to quickly respond to messages without leaving the game thanks to a small window. The teasers also confirm support for Dolby Atmos sound and the device will bear a Hi-Res audio certification. Last but not least, the handset will feature 3D haptic feedback.