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realme Note 50 with 128GB storage spotted on Lazada for P4,999

The budget phone will now come with double the storage capacity.
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The realme Note 50 launched in the Philippines in January. It boasts impressive features for its price but comes with 64GB storage. However, a 128GB variant appeared on Lazada recently.

The online shopping platform has listed the realme Note 50 with 128GB as “coming soon”, but it has already revealed its price: P4,999. This is only P1,400 more than the 64GB variant that launched in the Philippines on January 21 for P3,599.

realme Note 50 128GB Lazada listing
The realme Note 50 with 128GB spotted on Lazada

The realme Note 50 is a budget phone that offers impressive features for its price range. It has a 6.74-inch HD+ IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It is powered by an 8-core Unisoc T612 chipset, which can handle multitasking and casual gaming. It also has a 13MP main camera at the back and a 5MP shooter in front.

The phone also boasts a 7.99 mm ultra-slim design with IP54 dust and water resistance, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, realme UI T Edition on top of Android 13, and a large 5,000mAh battery.

Best of all, the realme Note 50 will get up to 3 years of software support, which means it will receive regular security patches and Android updates. This is a rare feature for budget phones, as most of them only get a year or so of software support (or none at all).

The realme Note 50 with 128GB is expected to be available soon on Lazada, but there is no official announcement from realme Philippines yet.

The realme Note 50 with 64GB, which sold out on TikTok Shop in minutes, is already available in the country through realme’s official online and offline stores, as well as partner retailers. It comes in two colors: black and blue.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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