Realme Note 50 launched, Redmi, Infinix sweat after knowing the price!
Realme has launched its first Note smartphone. This smartphone of Realme comes in the budget range. Information about Realme Note 50 was coming out for the last several days. This phone has been introduced at ultra budget price. The price of the phone is in the range of Rs 5,000. Realme has given a tough challenge to brands like Redmi, Infinix with its first Note smartphone. An iPhone-like camera module has been provided in the back of this Realme smartphone. Apart from this, the phone comes with features like 5,000mAh battery, HD+ display.
You will get these features
Realme’s first Note smartphone comes with a 6.74-inch IPS LCD display. The display of the phone supports HD+ i.e. 1600 x 720 pixel resolution. The display of this budget smartphone supports 90Hz high refresh rate. Apart from this, the display of the phone will support 180Hz touch sampling rate. Realme has given a side mounted physical fingerprint sensor for security in this first Note smartphone.
Unisoc T612 processor is available in Realme Note 50. Along with this, it has support of 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. The internal storage of the phone can be expanded through microSD card. This phone has a 5000mAh battery with 10W USB Type C charging support. The phone works on Android 13 Go operating system.
Dual camera setup is available in the back of this smartphone. The phone will have a 13MP main and an AI camera. LED flash light is provided in the back of the phone. This budget smartphone of Realme will have a 5MP camera for selfie and video calling. This phone supports features like dual SIM card, Wi-Fi, USB Type C port, 3.5mm audio jack.
How much is the price?
Realme has launched its first Note smartphone in the Philippines. The price of this phone is PHP 3,599 i.e. approximately Rs 5,400. This phone has been introduced in two color options – Midnight Black and Sky Blue.
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