Realme Launches Its First ‘Note’ Phone As the Cheapest Handset of 2024

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Realme’s CEO, Sky Li, recently shared some big news with the global community through an open letter. Realme is all set to shake things up in 2024 with their new product strategy called “Top to Bottom Expansion.” This move is aimed at bringing a wider range of products, covering both the high-end and budget-friendly segments. After giving Realme a fresh look in January, Sky Li’s two open letters underscore Realme’s confidence and plans for the year.

What’s coming in 2024? Realme is making a comeback with the GT series in global markets, targeting the high-tech side of things. At the same time, they’re introducing the all-new Note series, focusing on delivering value for money in the entry-level smartphone market.

Sky Li’s open letter 

As the fastest-growing global smartphone brand since 2018, Realme is ready for an even bigger 2024 with the return of the GT series and the launch of the Note series. The Realme Note 50, the first model in this series, has already made headlines, and there’s a buzz about two more Note models later in the year.

Realme Note 50

The Realme Note 50 packs a punch with its features, especially considering its wallet-friendly price. The 6.74-inch IPS LCD offers a clear 720p resolution and a smooth 90 Hz refresh rate. The display is bright, with 560 nits peak brightness, and the 180Hz touch sampling rate ensures quick responsiveness. The small water drop-shaped notch houses a 5MP front camera for your selfies.

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Realme Note 50 Specs:

FeatureSpecification
Display6.7-inch 720×1600 pixels HD+
90Hz refresh rate
180Hz touch sampling rate
560nits peak brightness
Waterdrop-style notch
Processor and MemoryUnisoc T612 octa-core processor
4GB / 6GB RAM
64GB / 128GB UFS 2.2 storage
8GB Dynamic RAM (4GB RAM + 4GB virtual RAM) available on the 4GB version
CamerasRear: 13MP primary sensor + secondary sensor
Front: 5MP
Battery5000mAh non-removable battery
Supports 18W fast charging
SoftwareAndroid 13 Realme UI T Edition
Other FeaturesDual SIM (Nano)
Micro-USB port
3.5mm headphone jack
Wi-Fi 5
Bluetooth 5.0
Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
IP54 dust and water resistance

Under the hood, the Realme Note 50 runs on a Unisoc T612 processor, backed by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The rear of the phone features a 13MP primary camera and a QVGA secondary sensor for some decent photography.

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Running on Realme UI T Edition, based on the latest Android 13, the Note 50 is equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery supporting 10W charging. It also comes with IP54 dust and water resistance, a headphone jack, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for added security.

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Realme Note 50 Prices by Region:

RegionStorage VariantPrice (Local Currency)Price (USD)
Pakistan4GB/64GB27,999 PKR$130
Bangladesh4GB/64GB13,990 BDT$135
Philippines4GB/64GB3,599 PHP$70
India4GB/64GB11,999 INR$140
Indonesia4GB/64GB2,199,000 IDR$145
United Arab Emirates4GB/64GB579 AED$160

With Sky Blue and Midnight Black colour options, the Realme Note 50 is currently priced at $130 in the Pakistan. While we await details on international availability and pricing, it’s expected to hit more markets in the coming weeks.

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