While the realme narzo 50 series has been available for some time, the Pro and entry-level models will only be available this month. The release date was just announced by the manufacturer. Several certification bodies also revealed the details about the base tool 50.
The Dimensity920 chip, which is integrated with the 5G modem, will drive this model.
Smartphone manufacturers tend to start with the Pro and Basic models when they introduce new series. Sometimes they will add the Pro + or Lite models. Additional smartphones could only be added to the range after that. However, this has changed over the years. In fact, some people now release flagship models first, then only the basic models or, like realme, four “side” phones on the tool 50. Now, only the Pro and basic models are available.
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The details of the base model have given us a lot of information, including the NBTC, EEC, and Bluetooth SIG certifications databases. There are also many leaks. realme Narzo 50 5G will have a large 6.6-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate at 90 Hz. The 8 MPix selfie camera will have a dual configuration on the back, with the main sensor measuring 13 Mpix and the second measuring 13 Mpix.
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The MediaTek Dimensity810 chip will be powered by narzo 50 5G, which is paired with the Mali G57 graphics processing processor. We expect to see the 6 / 128GB variant. However, we have not yet revealed the memory configuration. A solid battery with a capacity to hold 5000 mAh will support fast charging at 33W.