Realme Note 50 Review: Design, Camera, Price & More

Realme Note 50

Realme is ready to launch their new Note series smartphone Realme Note 50 this year. Realme announces the launch on 21st January 2024. This a budget-range smartphone from Realme. Realme provides interesting features in this phone in its price segment.

Realme provides a more premium build and design in this smartphone than other smartphones. Here is a quick review of this smartphone where we discuss all the features camera, battery, display, and more.

Box Content

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In the Realme Note 50 box, of course, we get the smartphone and a 10W charger along with a type-A to type-C cable. Additionally, we also get a sim ejector tool, documentation, and a transparent back cover in the box.

Realme Note 50 Design & Build

Realme Note 50 Review Design & Build
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Let’s start with design and build first. The design of This phone is slightly similar to its younger sibling and the camera model looks like the the iPhone Pro Max series. The back panel of Note 50 comes with a two-tone finish, we get a glossy finish at the top near the camera module and the rest of the back panel comes with a matte finish.

The interesting fact is that this smartphone comes with a dual camera setup at the back but Realme placed the flash like a camera module. As a result, at first look, it seems that this phone comes with a triple camera setup at the rear. Overall the smartphone is plastic build but Realme uses premium quality plastics so when you hold the smartphone it feels premium.

Realme Note 50 Camera

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Talking about the camera, the Realme Note 50 comes with a dual rear camera setup at the back. The main camera is 30MP which comes along with a black and white sensor camera that helps you to take live black and white photos. In good light condition, the phone takes decent photos with a decent amount of quality and clarity, but you will notice a lack of details and noise if you click photos in dark light conditions or nights.

Realme also provides a 5MP front camera which takes decent selfies in good light condition the balance of skin tone and colors is decent but at night there is too much noise in selfies. Overall we can say that this smartphone provides a decent camera experience in its segment.

Realme Note 50 Display

The Realme Note 50 smartphone comes with a 6.74-inch HD+ LCD touchscreen panel with an adaptive 90Hz refresh rate. The display scrolling seems smooth as it is a 90Hz display. This display comes with 560 nits brightness hence if you use this phone in outdoor or bright sunlight you may not face such big visibility problems.

Overall the multimedia experience, viewing angles, and screen-to-body ratio of this smartphone are decent. The bezel and chin are slightly thicker and you also get a dew-drop notch on the display. Which looks so outdated. But in this price segment, we can not expect many fancy designs.

Realme Note 50 Performance & Battery

Realme Note 50 Review Processor
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When we talk about performance we always give priority to the processor for the smooth handling daily to daily tasks and also heavy tasks. Realme provides the Unisoc T612 processor in this smartphone, which provides decent performance in daily to daily work. But if you only buy this phone for gaming we don’t recommend this phone to you.

You get a very decent gaming experience on this phone as Unisoc T612 is not a gaming processor. But your daily to daily tasks like taking calls, watching videos, and texting are handled smoothly by this smartphone. This smartphone comes with a 5000mAh battery, which gives daily battery backup.

Realme Note 50 Network & Connectivity

The Realme Note 50 is a 4G smartphone. Which supports dual 4G SIM. But Realme mentioned nowhere about the 4G network bands it provides for connectivity. Other connectivity features of this smartphone are dual frequency Wifi, LTE, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, etc.

Realme Note 50 OS, UI & Bloatware

The Note 50 comes with the lightest version of Realme UI called T UI which is based on Andriod 13. Realme uses this T UI instead of Realme UI for smooth hardware-software optimization. This UI is similar to the Stock Android UI which we can see in Motorola or Pixel phones. But this Realme T UI comes with bloatware and some pre-installed apps. But the good fact is that Realme enables us to uninstall those bloatware and pre-installed apps.

We also noticed a second Realme App market in this smartphone. Which suggests different applications to install. But we did not recommend you to use this instead you can use Play Store which is safe and secure. One more disgusting thing is the glance lock screen wallpaper which changes whenever you lock and unlock your phone. There is no setting in the wallpaper setting to disable it you can disable it by tapping on App Setting -> System Apps -> Lock screen magazine -> Disable app.


It is confirmed the Realme Note 50 will be launched in January of this year. This is a budget-segment phone by Realme that provides a decent camera, battery, and performance in its segment. If you want a phone for daily use you can check out it. But if you want better features you can check it other competitors that provide an overall better experience. But if you love Realme phones we recommend this phone to you. The approximate price of this smartphone is around $144.31.

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