On May 25, Realme will introduce a bunch of new products in China including its first smart TV and smartwatch. However, it wouldn’t be the fastest-growing smartphone brand without new smartphone launches, right? For that reason, the company wants to get its customers covered with new smartphones, including flagship devices. Among them, we have a new Realme X3 SuperZoom to succeed in the X2 Pro. Moreover, there’s a new entry for the X50 family. The new device will be dubbed Realme X50 Pro Player and will sacrifice some of the X50 Pro camera specifications to favor the performance. After all, as the name suggests, it will be a gaming device.
The company is constantly trying to keep the hype alive with a couple of teasers in anticipation of next week’s big reveal. The Realme X50 Pro Player is a gaming smartphone with a big focus in performance. For that reason, all the hardware part is intact. That includes the Snapdragon 865 SoC, the UFS 3.1 storage, and LPDDR5 RAM. The handset will also come with exclusive software features to favor the long-gaming sessions. Moreover, it includes advanced cooling and audio technologies. Today, the company is teasing another important aspect of gaming smartphone – The display.
The Realme X50 Pro Player will debut with a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED Display with FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. That’s not a surprise if you’re familiar with the specifications of the X50 Pro. However, the first difference starts with the touch sampling rate. Since this handset is a gaming device, it’s a very important aspect. For that reason, the company doubled it to 180Hz. Moreover, Realme states that the software has been tweaked to allow faster reaction times.
Among the games in Google Play Store with support for 90Hz, we have the trending PUBG. Moreover, lovers of media content will also enjoy the HDR10+ support being offered by this display. It will offer 100% coverage of the P3 color space. Worth noting that this panel will also be very bright reaching a peak brightness of 1,100nits. The teaser also reveals an E3 luminescent material that will reduce the power consumption of the display.
The Realme X50 Pro Player will also be cheaper than some gaming smartphones or other devices bearing the S865 chipset. According to recent details from TENAA, the camera has been downgraded. Instead of a 64MP unit, we’ll have a 48MP shooter. Moreover, there’s no periscope module for advanced zoom this time. We can understand that the focus is only in what matters for running games with the best performance and graphics possible.