(CHK) A few hours ago, Realme launched one of the cheapest smartphone models on the market, the Realme 50i.
Although not exclusive, but Nokia almost dominates the entire smartphone segment in the range of 2-3 million. However, that did not scare Realme at all. Today, Realme Narzo 50i was officially launched with a price of only 2.3 million but there are notable bright spots.
This low-cost smartphone uses Unisoc SC9863A SoC chip and comes with 2GB or 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB storage. This not-so-strong configuration is guaranteed to be smooth during operation by the Realme UI Go Edition based on Android 11. However, the Unisoc SC9863A chip helps keep the device from being too expensive.
The device uses a 6.5-inch screen, HD + resolution with LCD display panel with a maximum brightness of 400nits
Despite the cheap price, Realme still has a rear camera of up to 8MP placed in a rather luxurious module cluster. Meanwhile, the front camera has a resolution of 5MP. Not only that, the device also comes with a 5,000mAh battery that charges via microUSB.
In general, the configuration of the Realme 50i is not too strong, but it is enough to meet the most basic needs of users such as watching movies, surfing the web thanks to the fairly lightweight Android 11 Go. It also comes with pluses such as a battery of up to 5000 mAh, a sufficient camera cluster and especially an eye-catching youthful design.
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