Best smartphones in India 2020

Best smartphones in india 2020

Looking for best smartphones in India 2020 here is our quick list these are flagship level phones the rank has been decided as per performance ,customer feedback and value for money .So without wasting much time we present the list 

Best smartphones in india 2020

Rank

Model

Price

1

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

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2

 iPhone 11 Pro

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3

IQOO 3

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4

 Samsung Galaxy Note 20

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5

 OnePlus 8 pro

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6

Motorola Edge Plus

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7

 Realme X50 Pro

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1. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Best overall choice

Best-in-class performance

Excellent camera output quality

Long battery life

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the latest 2020 flagship smartphones from Samsung, which was recently introduced to the Indian market.

 

This device was one of the most anticipated releases of the year, and we can all admit that the device lived up to its expectations.

 

Design and build quality

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has been manufactured with the utmost precision and care to provide the best product in terms of both hardware and software to end users.

 

The glass back is flat, except for the square hub camera hardware. It is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass to prevent accidental scratches.

 

The aluminium railing around the smartphone houses the regular power and volume rocker buttons.

 

The Bixby button on this device can be reprogrammed to initiate the action of your choice.

 

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra scores 9/10 in terms of build quality and design.

 

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has one of the best displays available for a mobile device currently on the market.

 

This dynamic 6.9-inch 120Hz AMOLED display features curved edges that blend seamlessly with the rest of the case.

 

It has a perforated display where the camera hole is cut out precisely on the screen instead of accommodating them on a notch.

 

It has an HDR10 + certified display with excellent color and contrast levels matching some of the high end TVs on the market.

 

The wider 20: 9 aspect ratio makes this display suitable for immersive media consumption and gaming.

 

Processor and performance

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with the latest Exynos 990 8nm octa-core SoC clocked at 2.73 GHz.

 

The Exynos 990 is a 5G compatible SoC and delivers excellent performance across the spectrum – whether gaming or heavy multitasking.

 

But, the thing to note here is that, except in the Asia-Pacific region, the S20 variants come with Qualcomm chips inside, which performs much better than their Exynos counterparts.

 

The base variant of the S20 Ultra has 12GB of RAM and 128GB of high-speed UFS 3.1 storage.

 

With the power of the latest Android 10 Q and One UI 2.0, this phone is really smooth and fast for all kinds of tasks you throw at it.

 

Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a quadruple rear camera setup involving a 108 MP main sensor with OIS, a 48 MP periscope telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom with OIS and a 12 MP ultra-wide sensor as well as a sensor 0.3 MP time-of-flight for depth data.

 

The camera setup delivers excellent quality photos and videos with amazing detail and excellent color accuracy.

 

Up front, a 40MP sensor runs the show when it comes to selfies and video calls.

 

The S20 Ultra’s camera is one of the best around, both in terms of photo and video quality.

 

Low light photography has been significantly improved. Samsung is also announcing a 10x hybrid optical zoom for long distance photography.

 

The Samsung S20 Ultra is one of the very few smartphones that supports video recording with 8K @ 24fps.

 

Various

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra incorporates an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the screen.

 

This sensor is much more accurate and durable than conventional optical fingerprint scanners found on other smartphones with embedded fingerprints.

 

Battery life

This premium Android smartphone is powered by 5000mAh Li-ion battery with fast wired and wireless charging capability.

 

The battery is designed to last more than two days of light use and a single day of heavy use.

 

Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the most comprehensive packages in terms of features and build quality that you can get on the market right now.

 

Positive points

Negative points

Robust build quality

Using one hand can be difficult for people

Samsung Knox Security Platform

 

8K @ 24fps video recording

 

 

 

 

Characteristics

  • Android 10.0 Q operating system
  • 128 GB internal storage
  • 12 GB RAM
  • Samsung Exynos 990 Chipset
  • 108 MP + 48 MP + 12 MP + VGA Depth Camera, 40 MP front
  • 5000mAh battery
  • 9 inch quad HD + amoled screen

2.Apple iPhone 11 Pro

Best iPhone

Smooth user interface and operating system

Excellent camera system

Ultra-fast and secure Face ID

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The iPhone 11 Pro is Apple’s latest flagship smartphone.

 

This latest iteration of the iPhone brings significant improvements over the last flagship, making it the best possible smartphone available around the world.

 

Quality design and construction

The iPhone 11 Pro takes the popular design of the original iPhone X and looks minimal and premium at the same time.

 

The screen is much larger and will satisfy those looking for more screen space for an immersive experience.

 

As with the iPhone 11 Pro, this phone also gets by with Touch ID and relies solely on Face ID to unlock the device. It now works faster and more reliably, thanks to improvements in hardware optimisations.

 

The glass front and back construction is now much stronger and scratch resistant with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 and has received praise from online reviews for it.

 

There are two speakers on this phone and the stereo effect is evident with the audio output. The sound is louder than the previous versions and without distortion per se.

 

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The display has now received a spec bump, in that it is now a 5.8-inch Super Retina Quad HD XDR OLED display with a resolution of 1125 x 2436 pixels.

 

This gives the screen a pixel density of around 458ppi, making it one of the best in the business.

 

As expected, this panel is an HDR10 and Dolby Vision compatible panel and comes with an exciting 120Hz refresh rate.

 

Apple has optimised the display to produce beautiful images and videos with exceptional clarity and detail.

 

You won’t have any problem using this phone in direct sunlight with the AMOLED panel reaching peak brightness levels of 800 nits.

 

This iPhone’s screen-to-body ratio is 82.1%, which means the only substantial thing that breaks the continuity is the notch at the top.

 

No, you can’t hide the notch and you will have to put up with it while watching videos on this smartphone.

 

Processor and performance

Apple is a pioneer in the mobile chipset industry and its chips perform better than those from Snapdragon and MediaTek.

The iPhone 11 Pro is equipped with the latest Apple A13 Bionic SoC made on a 7nm process that outperforms the Snapdragon 855 by a relatively huge margin.

 

Performance is smooth and lightning-fast with 4GB of RAM and the ultra-fast 256GB UFS storage adds to that.

 

Apple’s quad-core graphics processor performs exceptionally well in graphics-intensive tasks and delivers excellent performance while gaming.

 

The only downside to these powerful internal components is that the glass back isn’t as good as metal at dissipating heat.

 

Camera

Apple competes with Samsung when it comes to camera technology.

 

The iPhone11 Pro has a 12MP triple camera on the back, and apart from the main sensor, there is an ultra-wide angle f / 1.8 angle sensor and a 12MP f / 2.4 telephoto lens. .

 

Both of these primary and ultra-wide lenses have optical image stabilisation (OIS). The quality of the images and videos that come out of these lenses is very nice and features natural colors and a wide dynamic range.

 

Videos are stabilised and can shoot up to 4K at 60 fps.

 

The front camera consists of two 12MP sensors that take high quality selfies and portrait mode snapshots.

 

The dedicated image processor eliminates noise in images and videos and softens textures for a more natural picture.

 

Battery life

The battery in this iPhone 11 Pro is a 3,190mAh non-removable Li-ion cell which is not a significant upgrade from the flagship model of yesteryear.

 

The highly optimised OLED display and iOS 13 don’t drain the battery like Android phones and can easily last more than a day with moderate use. Apple claims the iPhone 11 Pro will last up to 5 hours longer than the iPhone XS Max.

 

Also, with features like wireless charging and fast charging support, the device can be easily recharged.

 

Verdict

The iPhone 11 Pro is the best smartphone you can buy on the market if you want a beast when it comes to raw performance.

 

Excellent software support and durable build quality make this device the premium you pay for.

 

Positive points

Negative points

State-of-the-art A13 processor

The glass back is slippery

Excellent fit and finish

 

Qi wireless charging

 

 

 

Characteristics

  • IOS 13 operating system
  • 256 GB internal storage
  • 4 GB RAM
  • Apple A13 Bionic processor
  • 12MP + 12MP + 12 rear camera, dual 12MP front
  • 2658mAh battery
  • 8 inch 1125 x 2436 display, Super XDR OLED

3. IQOO 3

IQOO 3

Excellent OLED display

UFS 3.1 storage

Long-lasting 4400mAh battery

IQOO is a sub-brand of Vivo, dealing with flagship quality smartphones.

 

IQOO has been marketing their smartphones in China for quite some time now and recently decided to foray into the competitive smartphone market in India with the all new 5G which brings us to IQOO 3.

 

Design and build quality

With a front and back form factor of glass sandwiched between an aluminium frame, this phone is rugged and durable with high quality materials used in its construction.

 

The IQOO 3 has Gorilla Glass 6 protection on the front and back. There are two pressure sensitive buttons on this phone to act as trigger buttons while gaming.

 

In addition, IQOO inserted an AI button to launch the Google voice assistant.

 

The build quality of this phone is quite comparable to that of other flagships and provides a durable and rugged feel in the hand.

 

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The IQOO 3 is packed in a large 6.44-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels.

 

This HDR10 compatible display covers an approximately 84.3% screen-to-body ratio and has a pixel density of 409ppi.

 

This HDR10 + display offers excellent color reproduction and dynamic range to ensure the best immersive media consumption experience.

 

Being an OLED display, the rich blacks adds sparkle to the display’s already perfect visual processing.

 

The IQOO 3 also comes with a 180Hz touch sample rate which improves touch accuracy.

 

Processor and performance

The IQOO 3 incorporates the latest and greatest Qualcomm Snapdragon 5G processor made from the 7nm manufacturing process for powerful performance coupled with power efficiency.

 

With 12 GB of built-in RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, this smartphone is unrivalled in terms of raw performance.

 

Whether you’re multitasking or having an intense gaming session, the IQOO 3 will keep running without breaking a sweat.

 

Camera

The IQOO 3 has a quad rear camera setup. The 48MP main sensor has an aperture size of 1 / 1.8 and comes with phase detection autofocus.

 

Then there is the 13MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom capability. Following these units are the 12MP ultra-wide sensor and a 2MP depth sensor for bokeh shots.

 

The quality of the visuals and images from these cameras is decent in daylight.

 

But honestly, these cameras can’t be compared to flagship ones from Samsung or Huawei.

 

The front camera is a 16MP sensor with AI integration features for more beautiful selfies and portraits.

 

Various

The IQOO 3 has a built-in fingerprint reader to unlock the device.

 

Compared to the built-in scanners of the previous generation, this device’s one is sufficiently fast and precise.

 

Battery life

IQOO has not skimped on the battery capacity of this device. With a 4400mAh Li-ion battery on board, the IQOO 3 will comfortably last through a day of moderate to heavy use.

 

This device supports 55W fast charging and the charger comes with the box.

 

Verdict

If you’re looking for a flagship quality smartphone with 5G on board, nothing can beat the IQOO 3 in its price segment currently on the market.

 

Positive points

Negative points

Elegant design

Puffy user interface

Pressure sensitive buttons

 

Gorilla Glass 6 protection

 

 

Characteristics

  • Android 10.0 Q operating system
  • 256 GB internal storage
  • 12 GB RAM
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor
  • 48MP + 13MP + 13MP + 2MP rear, 16MP front camera
  • 4400mAh battery
  • 4-inch Super AMOLED display

4. Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Best overall choice

Best-in-class performance

Excellent camera output quality

Long battery life

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the latest 2020 flagship smartphones from Samsung, which was recently introduced to the Indian market.

 

This device was one of the most anticipated releases of the year, and we can all admit that the device lived up to its expectations.

 

Design and build quality

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has been manufactured with the utmost precision and care to provide the best product in terms of both hardware and software to end users.

 

The glass back is flat, except for the square hub camera hardware. It is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass to prevent accidental scratches.

 

The aluminium railing around the smartphone houses the regular power and volume rocker buttons.

 

The Bixby button on this device can be reprogrammed to initiate the action of your choice.

 

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra scores 9/10 in terms of build quality and design.

 

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The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has one of the best displays available for a mobile device currently on the market.

 

This dynamic 6.9-inch 120Hz AMOLED display features curved edges that blend seamlessly with the rest of the case.

 

It has a perforated display where the camera hole is cut out precisely on the screen instead of accommodating them on a notch.

 

It has an HDR10 + certified display with excellent color and contrast levels matching some of the high end TVs on the market.

 

The wider 20: 9 aspect ratio makes this display suitable for immersive media consumption and gaming.

 

Processor and performance

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with the latest Exynos 990 8nm octa-core SoC clocked at 2.73 GHz.

 

The Exynos 990 is a 5G compatible SoC and delivers excellent performance across the spectrum – whether gaming or heavy multitasking.

 

But, the thing to note here is that, except in the Asia-Pacific region, the S20 variants come with Qualcomm chips inside, which performs much better than their Exynos counterparts.

 

The base variant of the S20 Ultra has 12GB of RAM and 128GB of high-speed UFS 3.1 storage.

 

With the power of the latest Android 10 Q and One UI 2.0, this phone is really smooth and fast for all kinds of tasks you throw at it.

 

Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has a quadruple rear camera setup involving a 108 MP main sensor with OIS, a 48 MP periscope telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom with OIS and a 12 MP ultra-wide sensor as well as a sensor 0.3 MP time-of-flight for depth data.

 

The camera setup delivers excellent quality photos and videos with amazing detail and excellent color accuracy.

 

Up front, a 40MP sensor runs the show when it comes to selfies and video calls.

 

The S20 Ultra’s camera is one of the best around, both in terms of photo and video quality.

 

Low light photography has been significantly improved. Samsung is also announcing a 10x hybrid optical zoom for long distance photography.

 

The Samsung S20 Ultra is one of the very few smartphones that supports video recording with 8K @ 24fps.

 

Various

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra incorporates an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the screen.

 

This sensor is much more accurate and durable than conventional optical fingerprint scanners found on other smartphones with embedded fingerprints.

 

Battery life

This premium Android smartphone is powered by 5000mAh Li-ion battery with fast wired and wireless charging capability.

 

The battery is designed to last more than two days of light use and a single day of heavy use.

 

Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is one of the most comprehensive packages in terms of features and build quality that you can get on the market right now.

 

Positive points

Negative points

Robust build quality

Using one hand can be difficult for people

Samsung Knox Security Platform

 

8K @ 24fps video recording

 

 

 

 

Characteristics

  • Android 10.0 Q operating system
  • 128 GB internal storage
  • 12 GB RAM
  • Samsung Exynos 990 Chipset
  • 108 MP + 48 MP + 12 MP + VGA Depth Camera, 40 MP front
  • 5000mAh battery
  • 9 inch quad HD + amoled screen

5. OnePlus 8 Pro

Flagship budget smartphone

Best-in-class Snapdragon 865 processor

Smooth 90Hz AMOLED display

Supports 30W dash charging

OnePlus is a Chinese smartphone brand popular for its affordable flagships that often beat the big players in the market.

 

The OnePlus 8 Pro is the latest incremental hardware update to the popular OnePlus 7 with almost all of the good features retained and then adding some that makes this phone more likeable.

 

Design and build quality

In the never-ending battle of increasing screen square footage, businesses have start to rely on motorised front cameras to avoid the notch.

 

But with this iteration of the 8 series phones, One plus has a hole-punch camera design that we honestly prefer over everyday motorised cameras.

 

The chin size has been reduced slightly so that the screen appears to stretch across the front face.

 

The build quality is top notch and the attention to detail is evident in the fit and finish of this display.

 

Processor and performance

Inside this device, what powers the show is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor.

 

This flagship processor from Qualcomm, paired with the Adreno 650 GPU, does anything you throw at it with relative ease.

 

Whether gaming or any other resource-intensive task such as video / photo editing, the device performs exceptionally well without any lag.

 

The Oxygen OS that runs on top of the base Android 10.0 Q is very minimal and only adds the features you need without bloating the interface too much.

 

This makes operations smooth and fast and also contributes to better battery life.

 

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The OnePlus 8 has a 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED display with a punch-hole camera cutout. This Full HD panel is fantastic with faithful color reproduction and excellent contrast levels.

 

This is a 90Hz refresh rate display, the animations and interface are quite smooth.

 

It is by far the most beautiful 1080p AMOLED panel of any smartphone on the market. Clever additions like super-fast facial recognition, which works extremely well and the dedicated game mode takes the usability of the device to the next level.

 

The fingerprint scanner now resides in the lower half of the screen and works well to unlock the device from sleep mode.

 

There is a slight delay in unlocking compared to physical fingerprint scanners, but the technology is always evolving, so let’s see where it goes.

 

Camera

This device comes with a 48MP + 16MP + 2MP triple camera on the back and a 16MP front camera.

 

The 48MP sensor on the rear features Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) for smooth and stable shots. Electronic image stabilisation is also present.

 

The 16MP camera is an ultra-wide sensor with a wide field of view for capturing landscapes and buildings.

 

The 2MP camera is the macro mode shooter for close-ups. The OnePlus 8 can record 4K video at 60 fps with the EIS gyroscope enabled.

 

The 16M front shooter is HDR compatible and can record electronically stabilised 1080p video at 30 fps.

 

Photos taken by the camera are rich in detail and exhibit a wide dynamic range.

 

The front and rear cameras work great in good lighting conditions, but the same can’t be said for the front camera.

 

Battery life

This device has a 4300mAh Li-ion battery that will last a day and a half with moderate to heavy use.

 

The renowned 30W dashboard charging stand makes it easy to recharge the battery in no time.

 

Verdict

OnePlus 8 is a great value smartphone that offers flagship internals at an affordable price.

 

This device is well built and the overall construction is top notch and durable.

 

The AMOLED display has stunning colors and a capable camera along with the company’s ongoing software support that make this device one of the best phones available on the market.

 

Positive points

Negative points

Robust build quality

No telephoto lens

Supports 5G radio

 

OIS on the rear main camera

 

 

Characteristics

  • Android 10.0 Q operating system
  • 128 GB internal storage
  • 6 GB RAM
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor
  • 48MP + 16MP + 2MP rear, 16MP front camera
  • 4300mAh battery
  • 55 inch Fluid AMOLED 90Hz display

6. Motorola Edge Plus

Better build quality

Snapdragon 865 flagship processor

Ultra-fast UFS3.0 internal storage

90Hz OLED waterfall display

Motorola has been pretty quiet when it comes to the flagship Android smartphone scene, but with the foldable Razr and now with the Edge Plus smartphone, it looks like they’re back with a bang.

 

The Motorola Edge Plus is a true flagship-grade Android smartphone comparable to the Samsung S20 series.

 

Design and build quality

The Motorola Edge Plus features the glass sandwich design that we are familiar with.

 

The protected front and back panels of Corning Gorilla Glass 5 has an oleophobic coating to easily repel water droplets.

 

This smartphone is considerably narrower than all the other flagships, which makes holding the phone with one hand a pleasant experience.

 

Another important point to note here is that the Edge plus has a 3.5mm jack, which is almost unheard of when it comes to flagship smartphones.

 

As the name suggests, the Edge plus has a rounded screen that curves into the glass back, which is unique and premium.

 

Overall, the build and build quality is top notch on this device, as expected from a flagship Android smartphone.

 

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The Motorola Edge plus features a massive 6.7-inch FHD + OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate.

 

This screen covers around 96% of the front of the phone and also curves into the back glass.

 

This HDR10 certified OLED panel can display up to 10 billion colors. The colors stand out on your face and the contrast levels are excellent.

 

The 90Hz refresh rate ensures that the visuals and the interface as a whole are silky smooth and refined.

 

Edge plus uses the curved cascading part of the screen for edge lighting notifications, which is cool and very convenient when the phone is placed on a table or on other surfaces.

 

Processor and performance

This device is powered by the latest flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor based on a 7nm process for better power efficiency.

 

With 12GB of RAM and 256GB of super-fast UFS3.0 storage, this smartphone performs as well as Samsung and One Plus devices.

 

The Adreno 650 is now more robust to handle graphics and games.

 

With raw specs and performance matching a midrange laptop, you won’t have any issues using this phone anytime soon.

 

Camera

This Motorola flagship smartphone has a 108 MP main sensor on the back with OIS for stabilised photos and videos.

 

In addition, there is an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom for long distance photography, followed by a 16MP ultra-wide sensor that can also function as a macro camera.

Portrait and bokeh mode shots take advantage of the 3D TOF (time-of-flight) sensor for precise depth data.

 

The front camera is a 25MP sensor with HDR for high dynamic range selfie shots.

 

The images and videos turn out with excellent detail and color accuracy. OIS helps to significantly reduce shaking and jerking.

 

Even with the ultra-wide sensor, there isn’t much color noise. One of the important things to note is that the rear camera can record 6K video at 30fps, although that’s overkill, to be fair.

 

Battery life

The Motorola Edge Plus packs a 5,000mAh battery to power the rugged internal components inside.

 

This battery will easily last a day of heavy use before needing to plug in the device.

 

This device supports wireless charging and also has the reverse wireless charging feature which can sometimes come in handy.

 

Motorola packs an 18W fast charger into the box, which is quite surprising considering the price.

 

Verdict

The Motorola Edge Plus is a well-built smartphone with the best internals in its class.

 

It also has a significant advantage of having the Android 10 operating system almost in stock, intact with bloatware and fancy UI skins.

 

Positive points

Negative points

HDR10 certified OLED display

Only 18W charger in the box

Loud and clear speakers

 

3.5mm headphone jack

 

 

 

Characteristics

  • Android 10.0 Q operating system
  • 256 GB internal storage
  • 12 GB RAM
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor
  • 108MP + 16MP + 8MP rear camera, 25MP front
  • 5000mAh battery
  • 7-inch Full HD + OLED display

7. Realme X50 Pro

Budget smartphone

Snapdragon 865 flagship processor

90 Hz FHD + AMOLED display

Decent battery life

The X50 Pro is Realme’s flagship smartphone offering with 5G support priced at Rs. 42,000.

 

The Realme X50 Pro is arguably the best smartphone ever to come out after the brand became a separate subsidiary of Oppo.

 

Design and build quality

The Realme X50 Pro is built to last. It has a glass sandwich design with a solid aluminium frame in between.

 

The front and back windows are protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 to protect the device from accidental scratches.

 

This device has stereo speakers and supports Dolby Atmos and has very loud and clear sound.

 

There’s no memory expansion slot, so you’ll be stuck forever with the built-in 128GB storage. Another thing missing is the 3.5mm headphone jack which is quite disappointing considering the price.

 

The buttons are placed comfortably around the frame where the fingers naturally rest. These buttons are also tactile and responsive.

 

The camera unit sits vertically on the back, like other Realme phones we’ve come across in the past.

 

Overall, the fit and finish and build quality of the Realme X50 Pro are quite relevant considering its internals and the asking price tag.

 

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The Realme X50 Pro has a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED FHD + display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels.

 

This 20: 9 aspect ratio panel has a pixel density of 409ppi, making it extremely crisp and vibrant to the eyes.

 

With a 90Hz maximum refresh rate that can be turned on or off, the visuals and animations are perfectly smooth.

 

If you are passionate about video games or mobile media consumption, this screen will make you feel right at home.

 

This is an HDR10 + certified panel that further expands the dynamic range for an immersive content viewing experience.

 

Processor and performance

The Realme X50 Pro is powered by the latest and greatest flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and assisted by the Adreno 650 GPU.

 

It is a 5G compatible chipset with eight cores clocked at 2.84 GHz that works blazingly fast with gaming, daily use and multitasking.

 

Games run fine at high graphics settings without any issues, and high resolution video playback also works just as well.

 

Since Qualcomm 865 processor is made by 7nm process, it is not just powerful but also energy efficient.

 

Camera

This high-end, mid-range smartphone from Realme has a quad rear camera setup and a dual front camera.

 

On the back, the 64MP main sensor is followed by the 12MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom, 8MP ultra-wide sensor and 2MP B&W sensor for precise depth information.

 

The rear camera images and videos turn out to have lots of detail and natural colors.

 

Realme made no abnormal saturation increases this time around and it was reflected in the results.

 

The dual front camera features a 32MP primary shooter assisted by an 8MP ultra-wide sensor to capture more subjects while framing selfie photos or blogging.

 

Battery life

Realme X50 Pro is powered by a 4200mAh Li-Po battery designed to last a day and a half with moderate to heavy use.

 

Realme included a 65W super dart charger in the box that will charge the battery from zero to one hundred comfortably in an hour.

 

Verdict

The Realme X50 Pro is a flagship device with the best internals in its class for half the price of other branded smartphones like Samsung.

 

If you’re looking for a 5G-capable smartphone with great performance and decent battery life, the Realme X50 Pro is a device worth checking out.

 

Positive points

Negative points

Robust and durable build quality

No 3.5mm headphone jack

Powerful and clear stereo speakers

No SD card slot

Super Dart 65W fast charge

 

Characteristics

  • Android 10.0 Q operating system
  • 128 GB internal storage
  • 8 GB RAM
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset
  • 64MP + 12MP + 8MP + 2MP rear, 32MP + 8MP camera
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