realme Note 50 leaks: Unisoc T612, 6GB RAM, 13MP cam, newest realme entry-level?

realme is on the verge of introducing its much-anticipated Note 50 smartphone, recently making a notable appearance on Thailand’s NBTC certification website under the model number RMX3834. Adding to the intrigue, the device has now surfaced on the Geekbench database, showcasing decent performance with a single-core test score of 418 and a multicore test score of 1524.

realme Note 50 Thailand NBTC certification, via: GizmoChina

According to the Geekbench listing, the Note 50 is slated to run on Android 13 straight out of the box and will be equipped with up to 6GB of RAM. Powering the device is a robust Unisoc T612 octa-core CPU, boasting a peak clock speed of 1.82GHz. The TUV Rheinland certification has also hinted at a substantial 4890mAh battery; however, it comes with a modest 10W charging support. While specific details about the device’s features remain undisclosed, the limited information available is heightening anticipation for its official release.

Leakster Paras Guglani has previously provided insights into the Note 50’s features, suggesting a 6.67-inch HD+ LCD display with a discreet water-drop notch. Camera specifications include a 13MP primary lens, complemented by a 0.8MP secondary camera, with a 5MP selfie shooter on the front.

Although official pricing details are yet to be revealed, speculations point towards an approximate price of ~₱5,393.23. In related news, Realme is gearing up to unveil the Realme 12 series, with the Realme 12 Pro+ set to feature a unique Submarine Blue color option, a result of a collaborative effort with the luxury smartwatch brand Rolex. The imminent launches are sure to keep tech enthusiasts on the edge of their seats.



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