Realme's first 5G smartphone is coming on January 7

Realme's first 5G smartphone is coming on January 7

The Chinese mobile manufacturer, Realme, is all set to launch its first 5G smartphone 'X50' in China on January 7th. Disclosing some key features of the mobile, Realme reported that the device which is made to support both 5G and Wi-Fi connections is powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset.

The device comes with an VOOC 4.0 fast charging which will help users to charge the 70% battery in just 30 minutes. The first 5G phone from Realme is expected to come with 6.44 inch Amoled display, supported by Sony IMX686 60MP+8MP+2MP+2MP quad rear cameras and 32MP+ 8MP dual front facing cameras. Built with a 5D air-cooled heat dissipation system, the phone is heat-resistant and ensures 100% coverage for heating sources.

Analysts look at 2020 as the year of 5G wherein other leading mobile manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, OnePlus, LG and Xiaomi are also expected to launch their 5G devices. With an upscaled processor and quick charging technology, 5G is more likely to attract the market in no time.