Realme announced a new smartphone in China, the Realme X50 Pro Player , where its own name already reveals that we are dealing with a Realme X50 Pro focused on gamers , making it practically the same mobile phone with some changes.
The first of these is to implement HyperBoost 3.0 technology to redirect the use of resources such as the processor, RAM, and energy consumption to the game and improve its performance, in addition to eliminating notifications and any background application or service; The other change is to improve the cooling system by adding a graphite sheet between the battery and the device’s own chassis, so we understand that this is only limited to reducing the battery’s operating temperature.
Moreover, it is the same smartphone, and this means that the Lindahl X50 Pro Player features a panel AMOLED of 6.44 inch @ 90 Hz , SoC Snapdragon 865 , RAM LPDDR5 , storage UFS 3.0, battery 4200 mAh with fast charging At 65W (0 to 100% in 35 minutes), there is a loss in photographic quality by losing the main 64 MP cam for a 48 MP cam or the telephoto lens for a 2 MP macro shooter. Selfie cameras go from 32 + 8 megapixels to 16 + 2 megapixels.
The terminal arrives in China in silver and black at a starting price of $380/€350(6GB / 128GB), going through $420/€385 (8GB / 128GB), and reaching $460/€425 in its top-of-the-range variant (12GB / 128GB)