Realme certifies a 4G/LTE version of its X50 in Singapore
The Realme X50 was this OEM's first 5G phone, and was also the first to launch with the Snapdragon 765G SoC that has brought this relatively new spec to multiple mid-rangers in 2020. Now, it seems the brand is shaping up to release this phone all over again, but just with 4G/LTE this time.
This is suggested by a piece of documentation allegedly lifted by the leaker @smartvenkat on Twitter from Singapore's IMDA telecomms authority. It distinctly lists a device called the RMX2144 - the X50 - that has WCMDA, LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS and no further forms of wireless data.
Therefore, Realme may indeed have another X50-series variant in the works, one that will join the Pro, Pro Player Edition and X50m in this increasingly extensive list. It also seems the putative new blood will come with a different processor: the 765G has an inbuilt 5G modem, rather than one that can be left out or off in a new release.