Realme X50 5G Teased to Include Side Fingerprint Sensor, Offer Longer Battery Life

As we head closer to the launch date of Realme X50 5G, the company teases new features every day. Now, a new phone render showing off the side-fingerprint sensor has been released, and camera samples were posted to show off the prowess of the 64-megapixel quad camera.

New teasers also suggest that in a landscape photo, the phone will come with a wide-angle camera to pick up more composition. The company also teased Realme Buds Air’s launch in China, and a screenshot teaser indicates the Realme X50 5G battery should last two days.

Starting with the teasers, Realme Product Manager Wang Wei Derek’s latest Realme X50 5 G render shows the right side of the phone and a fingerprint sensor can be seen there. This means that the Realme X50 5 G is not going to feature an in-display sensor, but instead will be fitted with one hand.

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So far, all Realme X series phones have been fitted with a fingerprint sensor on display, and this change could be due to the company’s decision to include an LCD panel on the Realme X50 5G to keep down the phone’s price.

Realme also shared on its Weibo account a camera picture as a sample taken from the Realme X50 5G phone, showing the photo-taking skills of the phone. An image of a mountainous area is shared showing the detail and color reproduction, likely taken at dawn or dusk.

Realme X50 5G Teased to Include Side Fingerprint Sensor, Offer Longer Battery Life

Derek also posted a screenshot of the Realme X50 5G smartphone, showing the battery life after a day of use. The battery life was 62 percent, and from that, we can speculate that two days of battery life could be offered by the phone. There’s no other word yet on the phone’s battery capacity.

As already mentioned the company also teased the Realme Buds Air to arrive on January 7. Earlier this month, the earbuds were launched and will be made available in China. The Snapdragon 765 G SoC and improved VOOC 4.0 Flash Charging technology enabled in the Realme X50 5G.

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