Realme X50 Pro is among the most anticipated smartphones of this first quarter, you want for thehype generated by the brand itself, you want for all the rumors that have emerged so far (lastly, the colors and details on the cameras). The device promises to battle the current top of the range, and it is certain – and above all – the CMO of the Xu Qi Chase company who shared on Weibo the screens of a benchmark conducted on AnTuTu which shows the record score of 605,307 (model RMX2075).
Let's get things straight: a post just occurred answer and reply with the same AnTuTu, who said:
This result has not been verified online, and the current result is not recognized.
So what happened? Apparently, the test has been conducted offline by Realme, and the benchmarking platform recognizes only the results obtained from smartphones connected to the network. Put simply, you either believe what the company's Chief Marketing Officer reports, or expect to give a definitive response once the test is conducted in the required manner.
Assuming trust in Xu Qi Chase, it would be a record value, higher than what even the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra has been able to do, which has achieved 517.352 points (see comparison above). And it wouldn't even be the first time that X50 Pro has demonstrated its power: previously the value of 574.986 points with the RMX2071 model. Still more striking are i 603871 and the aforementioned 605327 points shared by the CMO, the latter the highest value ever achieved by a smartphone to date.
For a comparison, we report below the (official) results of the first 10 smartphones in January 2020, with ASUS 'ROG Phone 2 leader in the ranking with “just” 507,051 points:
Once again we reiterate the concept: AnTuTu did not consider the test valid as done not according to the standards required by the platform. We therefore take the data with due caution, considering the fact that it was the person responsible for sharing this information marketing company …
In the meantime, come on AndroBench in a certain sense the hypothesis on the presence of flash memory has been re-launched UFS 3.1. The values relating to the X50 Pro were compared with those obtained from the Xiaomi Mi 10 – fresh from the presentation – with performance differences that lead to not excluding that on the Realme smartphone it was decided to adopt the most updated solution. Even in this case, however, it is good to wait for official confirmations.
Realme X50 Pro will be announced tomorrow, February 24, in live streaming.