iQOO 3 Vs Realme X50 Pro: Specs Comparison Of Flagship 5G Smartphones

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iQOO 3 vs Realme X50 Pro

Vivo sub-brand iQOO has launched its latest smartphone iQOO 3 in India. iQOO 3 is a flagship smartphone available in both 4G and 5G connectivity variants.

The sale of smartphones with 5G connectivity in India is going to increase on a large scale with the launch of smartphones like Realme X50 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S20 series and now the iQOO 3.

iQOO 3 runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and is based on the latest Android 10. The smartphone sports a quad rear camera set-up and a massive 4400 mAh battery.

As per the market trends, iQOO 3 and Realme X50 Pro are going to have a head to head competition in India as they lie in the same price range and offer near to similar specifications.

iQOO 3 vs Realme X50 Pro

Specifications Realme X50 Pro iQOO 3
Display 6.64-inch FHD+  SUPER AMOLED display 6.64-inch FHD+ SUPER AMOLED display
Quick Charging 65W SuperDart Charge Yes
Battery 4200mAh 4440mAh
RAM 12GB 12GB
OS Realme UI 1.0 iQOO UI 1.0
Android Android 10 Android 10
Storage 256GB 256GB
Rear Camera 64MP + 12MP + 8MP + 2MP 48MP + 13MP + 13MP + 2MP
Front Camera 32MP + 8MP 16MP
Camera features Portrait mode, panoramic view, timelapse, HDR, face recognition, NightScape, Bokeh effect control Super anti-shake, super night mode, super wide-angle
Fingerprint sensor In-display In-display
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 856 SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC
Graphics Adreno 650 Adreno 650
Starting Price (Current) Rs 44,999 Rs 44,990

 

As you can see, both iQOO 3 and Realme X50 Pro have similar features, but in terms of battery, iQOO 3 outclasses X50 Pro. Realme X50 Pro has a better camera including a 64-megapixel primary camera and a quad rear camera set up. X50 Pro sports a dual front camera set up which makes it better than iQOO in terms of camera.

Given that there is no 5G network in India and at times even 4G network fails to provide good connectivity, there is a big question on the need for 5G smartphones in the country. It will take another year or more to provide 5G connectivity in India.

Nishit Raghuwanshi

Nishit Raghuwanshi

A Journalism grad from Lucknow who loves writing tech news. Interested in the latest smartphones, apps, mobile gaming, and general tech. When he’s not busy covering tech developments, you can find him writing or performing rap somewhere in Delhi.

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