With the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset coming soon, Realme X2 Pro is currently the cheapest phone. For a premium Android phone, that alone makes it a lot, but the X2 Pro is more than just high specs. Is the best in your class?
The first attempt by Realme to create a proper flagship-grade phone that pours into the best of all technologies. The Price is yet tentative and not confirmed for the base variant and if you bump up the specifications, it will burn your wallet harder. What’s great about the cost is that you get the same Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset you usually find in devices such as the OnePlus 7 T and ROG Phone 2.
Motive behind the Realme X2 Pro was to build and develop a dash of premium smartphone experience. The mobile front measures the same inch-by-inch as on the OnePlus 7T Limited. The rest of the phone is beautifully designed with the classic Oppo / Realme frame design and a lovely glass panel with curved edges on the back with subtle gradient colors. The design makes it easy to hold but all the metal and glass have translated to a weight of 199 grams.
In keeping with the ‘higher-is-better’ trend, the Realme X2 Pro receives as its primary shooter a 64-megapixel camera. This camera uses the Samsung ISOCELL GW1 sensor with a sensor width of 1/1.7 inch and a F1.8 lens in combination. A 2-megapixel depth-sensing camera coupled with the device also exists.
Full Charge within 35 Minutes
The X2 Pro thrives on a 4000mAh battery and under moderate usage scenarios, including lots of text, click photos, browsing the web, checking social media apps, binging on YouTube and casual PUBG sessions.
Realme X2 Pro it’s safe to say it’s one of the best phones. The Snapdragon 855 Plus can keep you going smooth battery life is pretty good for a device using flagship-grade chip and thanks to the ridiculously fast 50W Super VOOC. Cameras are great while the smooth 90Hz screen is extremely appealing to the eyes.