Keeping its strong momentum as the country’s leading smartphone brand, realme Philippines launched its very first 5G-capable smartphone, the realme X50 Pro 5G last December 3, 2020, during a virtual launch event. The No.1 smartphone brand of choice in the country, having been recently declared as the country’s number one smartphone brand by Canalys, Counterpoint, and IDC, is going full throttle into elevating the tech experience of Filipinos.
The realme X50 Pro 5G now available in the Philippines, brand partnership with Smart Signature Postpaid Plan
realme Philippines is offering a wide array of devices across different segments, realme has intensified its partnership with key industry players, including telco giant Smart Communications. The realme X50 Pro 5G’s launch in the Philippines is realme and Smart’s introductory project.
“The new realme X50 Pro 5G boosts our line-up of Smart 5G-certified devices under our Smart Signature Plans, enabling our customers to unlock the many exciting possibilities of 5G. Our partnership with realme stems from our shared vision to simply bring cutting-edge technology at the fingertips of more Filipinos, and together, we hope to push the boundaries of mobile gaming and introduce more immersive digital experiences for our subscribers,” said Richard Matthew Dimagiba, VP for Smart Postpaid Marketing.
A young brand of two years, realme surprised industry experts with the record-breaking feats it has achieved, which the brand attributes to its customer-centric approach, multi-industry partnerships, and wide availability.
“When we entered the Philippines in 2018, our goal was to provide real smartphone value to every young Filipino. Now, as we aim to empower more Filipinos to #LeapToNextGen,” realme Philippines VP for Marketing Austine Huang notes. “We are happy to make our first flagship 5G device available through trusted mobile connectivity provider Smart. We shall continue to grow our channels to ensure our products are made more attainable and available for our customers.”
Smart Signature Device Plan with realme X50 Pro 5G
realme X50 Pro 5G, the pilot 5G-ready device of realme Philippines, brings in the fastest processor, fastest charging technology, and the fastest network. It’s one of the first 5G smartphones to be launched with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G processor in its price segment, making it one of the most powerful smartphones in the market today. realme X50 Pro 5G is also equipped with a 90Hz Super AMOLED Display, complementing the device’s 5G speed to the gamers’ delight. This powerful combo allows a smooth and competitive gaming experience. With its 65W SuperDart Charge technology, the realme X50 Pro 5G’s 4200mAh battery can be fully charged within 35 minutes.
In the camera department, realme X50 Pro 5G boasts the latest flagship, ultra-clear quad-camera set-up comprised of a 64MP main camera, a 12MP 20x hybrid zoom telephoto lens, an 8MP 119° ultra wide-angle macro lens, and a B&W portrait lens. A dual-front camera of 32MP Sony 80°wide-angle with an IMX616 sensor and 8MP 105°super wide-angle camera captures clear selfies and videos. The dual-front camera supports ultra-wide-angle video shooting and UIS Video Stabilization which are very favorable for content creation.
The realme X50 Pro 5G can be availed through Smart Signature Plan M for ₱1,899 per month with a one-time cash-out of ₱6,900. Those who will pre-order the device from the Smart Online Store and select Smart Stores from December 3 to 10 get a free realme Watch worth ₱3,990. The promo is available to new subscribers and is available at a special discounted price for existing and re-contracting subscribers. Click here for more details.
Smart subscribers can make the most of the realme X50 Pro 5G powered by ultrafast Smart 5G in strategic sites in Metro Manila, Boracay, Cavite, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Laguna, New Clark City in Pampanga, and Rizal. Smart subscribers can also enjoy high-speed connectivity with Smart LTE, the country’s fastest mobile data network as cited by third-party internet analytics firms like Opensignal and Ookla.