Realme has declared that the Realme Note line of smartphones would be unveiled shortly. The first Realme Note phone’s official launch date has been hinted to by the business, though no model name has been verified as of yet. Online rumors of a Redmi Note 1 have surfaced, indicating that the phone would likely be released later this month. According to sources, the first phone in the new, new Note series may be a phone bearing the name Realme Note 50. Currently, a number of leaks reveal important details about the design, color possibilities, and specs of this purported phone.
Realme Philippines released a teaser for the first Realme Note smartphone on Facebook. It announced the launch date of January 24 and provided a brief look of the next model’s back panel in black. However, the model name and any other information on this phone have not yet been confirmed by the manufacturer.
Leaked Realme Note 50 graphic released by tipster Paras Guglani (@passionategeekz) indicates that the phone is expected to launch on January 24. According to him, the phone will be available in blue and black at launch worldwide. He said it will be a cheap variant that is just a rebranded Realme C-series device.
According to the information on the leaked poster, the Realme Note 50 would have a 6.7-inch HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and be certified by TUV Rheinland. It is probably going to be 7.9 mm thick and have an IP54 dust and water resistance rating.
At the same time, live photos of the Realme Note 50 started to appear online, mostly from accounts belonging to philipino content providers. It displays the phone’s glossy back surface, which is similar of the Sunny Oasis design found on Realme C67 devices. The phone’s two rear cameras are arranged as separate circular pieces, and in the upper left corner of the display is a circular device that houses an LED flash as well. In the meantime, the phone is also shown in a blue hue in an unboxing video that Instagram user Superbdan (@superbdan) uploaded.
The Realme Note 50’s photos and videos also demonstrate that the device has a 3.5mm audio connection and a USB Type-C connection on the bottom, with the power and volume controls located on the right side. The screen has a comparatively taller chin, a waterdrop notch in the center for the front camera, and tiny side bezels.