Illustration on 5G. - Arne Dedert / dpa / AFP
Smartphone maker Realme announced on Twitter on Monday the launch of its X50 Pro 5G mobile phone in India on February 24. "The first 5G smartphone from India has arrived," said Madhav Sheth, the manager of this Chinese company. Problem, the country is one of those where no 5G network has yet been deployed, notes the specialized site Android Authority . It will even take a while before this mobile phone standard is available to the general public in India.
Get ready for India's First 5G Smartphone Powered by Qualcomm #Snapdragon 865.
Bringing the Real speed of the future with @qualcomm_in, the best processor ever on a smartphone.
Launching # realmeX50Pro at 2:30 PM, 24th Feb. # real5G
Watch it here: https://t.co/xQsEu3XJS3 pic.twitter.com/0FxUrrT689
Buyers of the brand's future terminal in the country will still be able to use the X50 Pro 5G phone thanks to the 3G and 4G network. However, they will not be able to take advantage of the performance linked to the speed and speed of a 5G connection. However, this is partly what justifies the price of the smartphone, whose price is higher than that of models not compatible with 5G.
Its price has not been communicated
The selling price of the model in India has not yet been communicated by the brand. The online media Presse-Citron suggests that its price will be just under 400 euros, when the standard model is marketed in France.
In the absence of a price list, Realme has provided other information relating to its X50 Pro 5G. The device will have a charging system of 65 Watts and a display refresh rate of 90 Hertz. It will also be equipped with a Snapdragon 865 processor produced by the mobile technology company Qualcomm. His camera will offer four modules and a resolution of 64 megapixels.
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