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Is it Worth Buying RealMe X50 Pro?

RealMe X50 Pro launched

RealMe X50 Pro is priced at Rs 37,999 and the company is offering the best specification at that price range, the phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and it has 5G support and much more. Now the question is, will you pay 38K for the realme brand or you will wait for the OnePlus 8 series. Let me answer this question for you…

Is it Worth Buying RealMe X50 Pro?

Yes, the Realme X50 Pro is worth buying at 38k price range, I mean the phone has the latest and powerful Snapdragon 865 soc with 5G support, 4,200 mAh battery with whopping 65W charging support, latest LPDDR5 Ram, all these things you’re getting at only 38. So yes if your budget is below 40k and if you want flagship phone then RealMe X50 Pro is what you’re looking at.

Keep in mind, this is RealMe branded phone and it’s running on RealMe UI adopted from Color OS and based on Android 10. So if you can pay 38k for realme brand then it’s worth buying but if not then I would say, wait for OnePlus 8 series. Now, let’s talk in-depth and find out what realme is offering at 38k price.

Realme X50 Pro: Performace

As you all know, the phone is powered by Snapdragon 865 soc and it has 5G support. This new 865 soc comes with powerful Adreno 650 GPU and Kryo 585 CPU. So no matter what game you play or what you do in this RealMe X50 Pro, you won’t see any issue because this is the best processor in the Android platform.

Realme X50 Pro: Cameras

That Pile shape notch has a 32MP selfie camera which will give you the best possible result but that’s not it, it also has an 8MP ultra-wide lens. On the rear side, Realme X50 Pro has 64MP Samsung’s GW-1 sensor paired with F/1.8 aperture, 8MP ultra-wide lens, 12MP telephoto lens, and 2MP depth sensor.

In short, almost every single company is using a 64MP sensor and there is nothing wrong with that but if you think that 64MP will give you better image quality than the Galaxy S20 series or iPhone 11 series then you won’t get that result.

Overall, it’s good to have a 64MP sensor on the phone. As I have said, at 38k, I’m not complaining about camera quality.

Realme X50 Pro: Battery Life & Build Quality

RealMe claims that 4,200 mAh battery can be charged in only 35 minutes by using 65W charger which Realme has provided in the box. First thing first, the company will say anything to market their smartphones but don’t trust everything that the company says, in real-life testing, the phone can charge 0% to 100% in 45 minutes.

As have said in recent articles “the battery life depends on your phone use if you every day play games for 6 hours then you need to charge a phone every 6 hours but if you’re like me and don’t use the phone very often then it will last for a day.”

By the way, it doesn’t matter because you’re getting whopping 65W charging in the box, so small top-up can charge the device very quickly.

Coming to build quality, the realme x50 pro is built with glass, so it can be breakable like any other smartphone. Overall, the phone has a good build, so there is nothing to worry about.

Conclusion: Worth it or not?

As I have said, the RealMe X50 Pro is worth buying but it depends on you whether you’re willing to pay 38k for RealMe brand or not. RealMe did change the UI little and now it will give you stock vibe but don’t expect to be like Oxygen OS or pure Stock UI.

Overall, what RealMe X50 Pro has is totally worth at 38k. If you ask me then sorry but I don’t want to pay 38k for RealMe brand, I would love to wait for the OnePlus 8 series but still, it’s your money, choose as per your need.

Check out RealMe X50 Pro

SpecificationRealme X50 Pro
Launch Date 24th Feb 2020
What's In The BoxRealMe X50 Pro
65W Charger
USB-cable
TPU case
SIM ejector tool
Quick start guide
Build Quality Glass Build
Display6.44 inch
Resolutions2400 x 1080 pixels
Ram6GB | 8GB | 12GB
Storage128GB | 256GB
Camera (Rear)64MP Primary
8MP Ultra-Wide
12MP Telephoto
2 MP Depth
Camera (Front)32MP Primary
8MP Ultra-Wide
OSRealMe UI 1.0 (Color OS 7) based on Android 10
ChipsetSnapdragon 865 (7 nm)
GPUAdreno 650
CPUKryo 585
Battery4,200 mAh (65W)
Fingerprint In-display
Other featureLPDDR5 Ram + UFS 3.1Support
Colors Mass Green and Rust Red
Price6GB Ram + 128GB storage: Rs 37,999
8GB Ram + 128GB storage: Rs 39,999
12GB Ram + 256GB storage: Rs 44,999
Available atFlipkart India
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