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March 16, 2020 Monday 11:32:21 AM IST

Realme's 5G Enabled Handset

Technology Inceptions

Realme, the Chinese smartphone maker, is expected to launch its 5-G enabled phone in India at a cost of INR 50,000.  It will be powered by 865 snapdragon chipset. The X50 Pro 5 G handset will be launched simultaneously in Spain and India by Realme as the World Mobile Congress 2020 was cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak. However, 5G services are yet to be launched in India. iQ003, a new smartphone brand from China is also launching its 5G Phone. Samsung, Xiaomi, Oneplus 7, OPPO, Huawei are the leading players with 5G handset offerings.