Upcoming Realme Smartphones In December 2019: Realme 6, Realme 6 Pro, Realme X2, Realme X50 (Realme 5G Phone)

The fastest growing smartphone brand in India, Realme is again all set to add to their lineup in December 2019. After two smartphones in November: Realme X2 Pro and Realme 5S, they have a few more to add in the last month of the year.

Upcoming Realme Smartphones In December 2019: Realme 6, Realme 6 Pro, Realme X2, Realme X50, Realme 5G Phone

It’s been a great year for Realme, and they continue to shine in the ultra-competitive Indian smartphone market. 

Realme currently have smartphones in entry-level budget devices to mid-range smartphones and set to enter the entry flagship space. In December 2019, they are set to add in a few more devices to multiply their device portfolio with top-level smartphones. 

While the company is yet to confirm, here are the expected upcoming Realme smartphones in December 2019.


Realme 6

Realme 6 leaks are already out, and it will come with a penta camera setup at the back. The current four cameras will remain standard  Realme 6 will come with a primary camera sensor, ultra wide angle lens, macro lens and a depth sensor for portrait shots and a fifth additional lens. It could be a ToF sensor on Realme 6 for depth mapping or a dedicated zoom lens for enhanced digital zooming. The company is known to bring in flagship features to budget smartphones, so Realme 6 may also offer similar high-end zooming functionalities. 

Realme 6 will have five cameras at the back with different sensors for different purposes. Realme 6 will run on a more enhanced processor, the Snapdragon 710. Based on an 10nm architecture, the SoC will be able to offer top level performance on a budget.

Realme 6 Pro

As Realme 6, the Realme 6 Pro will also come with a five camera system and a mid-range Qualcomm flagship processor, expected to be Snapdragon 730. As Realme 6, the Realme 6 Pro will also come with a penta camera system at the back. As the previous generations, Realme 6 series will also include two smartphones: Realme 6 and Realme 6 Pro. The fifth camera sensor will offer high-end zooming functions with dedicated periscope infused zoom lens or could be a ToF sensor.

Realme 6 Pro is expected to run on Qualcomm’s mid-range flagship chip, Snapdragon 730 processor. Currently Realme 5 Pro runs on Snapdragon 712 SoC. Snapdragon 730 is built on an 8nm process paired with Adreno 618 GPU. Realme 6 Pro will launch in India at under 15000.

Realme X2 

Realme X2 was scheduled to launch in India in November, but the launch has been delayed. Realme X2 could arrive in India in December 2019, a slightly upgraded Realme XT. The new Realme X2 will come with Snapdragon 730G with the same features as the current XT model. Realme X2 will feature an AMOLED screen, quad camera system, 64MP Samsung GW1 sensor, in-display fingerprint sensor and the big battery will be there as it is. Snapdragon 730G couples with an improved Adreno 618 GPU to offer an enhanced flagship-level gaming experience.

The rear cameras on Realme X2 will remain the same as the standard Realme XT. But this time Realme XT 730G edition will support faster fast charging at 30W. Realme XT 730G will come with 30W VOOC FlashCharge support and an improved 32MP camera upfront inside the notch running on ColorOS 7. 

Realme X50: Realme 5G Phone

The company has finally confirmed its first-ever 5G smartphone, the Realme X50. The company CEO has previously confirmed that the Realme 5G phone i.e Realme X50 will also launch in India once the 5G infrastructure is ready in the country. The company has officially announced the 5G Realme smartphone, and it’s going to be called Realme X50. The Realme 5G phone aka Realme X50 will support dual-mode NSA and SA 5G network, confirmed by Realme CMO Xu Qi Chase in a Weibo post.

As any other 5G device in the market available right now, the Realme X50 will support dual-mode 5G connectivity. Qualcomm is said to be working on a special affordable 5G 700-series chip, Snapdragon 735. Realme X50 could either be powered by Snapdragon 865 or the first non-flagship Qualcomm 735 chip with 5G support.

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