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Specification details of Realme X50 5G are here from TENAA's database the day before launch

Lately, it's been the next generation Realme X50 5G and X50 5G Youth gaining a lot of attention around the world as these devices are going to make their official appearance tomorrow, January 7 at 2:00 PM (local tome) by the Oppo subsidiary, at their scheduled event in Beijing, China. A a few days back the smartphone manufacturer even confirmed the existence and arrival of a Youth version of their forthcoming flagship smartphone, the aforementioned Realme X50 5G Youth or Young that is said to debut with the vanilla X50 5G.

Even though the phone maker have already confirmed several specification details of the device through posters shared on the country's social media platform, Weibo in the past, we however managed get our hands on to the phone's listing on TENAA, the Chinese telecommunications and equipment certification database, giving us a better and detailed look at all the information under the hood from Realme's frontrunner handset, due for a launch tomorrow in their native nation.

The phone's model number is dubbed as RMX2051 and is capable of supporting standalone and non-standalone (SA/NSA) network frequencies of latest and fastest 5G connectivity and will ship with the Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 765G chipset and will trait a 6.57" Full High Definition Plus screen of TFT panel at 2400 x 1080 resolution pixels, housing two front facing camera sensors under the pill-shaped punch hole style selfie arrangement, coming out of the box in three variants, a 6GB RAM model with 64GB ROM, another 8GB RAM option with 128GB of internal space and lastly the mighty 12GB RAM adaption with 256GB on board storage room. From the back we we are looking for a quad camera lineup of lenses aligned vertically for primary photography that will bring along a 64MP main sensor, a 12MP lens, another 8MP lens, and finally a 2MP sensor. From the front expect a combination of 16MP and 8MP sensors in the punch hole. Realme X50 5G powers on by a 4100mAh battery with support to previously confirmed VOOC version 4.0 from Oppo for faster charging and runs Android's version 10 as operating system. The fingerprint reader is integrated to the power button on the side of the X50 5G smartphone.

According to the reported product weight and dimensions, the unit weighs about 202 grams and measures around 163.8 x 75.8 x 8.9 millimeters. We will get to see the phone in Blue, Purple, Black and Gold paint jobs.

Source: TENAA