Realme certifies the 4G/LTE version of X50 in Singapore (IMDA)

Realme X50 is one of the first mobile phones to use Snapdragon 765G, making it one of the first 5G mobile phones in 2020. Now, there is evidence that the same version without this connection may be launched in Singapore. This is consistent with Twitter’s new leak.

The Realme X50 is such an OEM’s first 5G mobile phone, and also the first to have put this relatively new specification to multiple middle rangers in 2020. Now the launch of the Snapdragon 765G SoC, it seems that the branding has been released. This phone is again, but this time only 4G/LTE.

This was suggested by some documents allegedly deleted by the leaker @stufflistings on Twitter by the IMDA Telecommunications Authority of Singapore. It clearly lists a device named RMX2144-the X50-with WCMDA, LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi wireless, NFC, GPS, and no further forms of wireless data.

Therefore, Realme may indeed be developing another X50 series variant, which will add Pro, Pro Player Edition, and X50m to this increasingly extensive list. It seems that a different processor may also be used to bring new blood: 765G has a built-in 5G modem instead of a modem that can be kept or turned off in the new version.

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