Realme X2 Pro 90Hz Screen, 50W SuperVOOC Charging Started at 417 USD.

Realme X2 Pro 90Hz Screen, 50W SuperVOOC Charging Started at 417 USD.

this article was first published on nitecodes

Realme X2 Pro 90Hz Screen, 50W SuperVOOC Charging Started at 417 USD.           

Following in the footsteps of Xiaomi, in India’s competitive smartphone market, its Chinese counterpart Realme has managed to carve a room for itself. In the budget group, the organization already has a market share of 14 percent (in Q3 2019). And now, with the Realme X2 Pro, it’s moving into the budget flagship category. Realme X2 Pro was first launched in China earlier last month, featuring a myriad of salivation features such as the 90Hz display, Snapdragon 855 Plus, 64MP quad camera, and the 50W SuperVOOC charging technology.

So let’s take a quick look in depth at the full specs paper.

Realme X2 Pro: features and specs.           

Realme has stuck to plastic models until the Realme 5 series, but that has changed with the release of its first 64MP quad-camera phone–the Realme XT. Realme X2 Pro features a glass sandwich design with Gorilla Glass 5 front and back safety. I should also inform you that Realme X2 Pro is a rebranded Reno Ace, the new flagship of Oppo, with a few minor changes on board.           Realme X2 Pro features a 6.55-inch Full-HD+ Super AMOLED display with a higher refresh rate of 90Hz and a sampling rate of 135Hz.

It has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9, a screen-to-body ratio of 91.7 percent, support for HDR 10 + and DC Dimming 2.0. With a 16MP camera up-top (yes, no pop-up camera like the Realme X here) and a snappy fingerprint sensor in-display, there’s a waterdrop notch.

I bet you know who runs the show under the hood. Yeah, it’s the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset flagship, coupled with RAM up to 12 GB and UFS 3.0 storage up to 256 GB. Realme X2 Pro also features VC liquid cooling, Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res Audio stereo speakers, and Android 9 ColorOS 6.1 in tow.

Moving on to the lenses, Realme X2 Pro borrows from the Realme XT, launched earlier this year, the main 64MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor. A 13MP(f/2.4) telephoto lens, an 8 MP(f/2.2) ultra-wide 115-degree FOV lens, and finally a 2MP depth sensor assist the primary camera.

Hey, Realme’s going to bake a quad-camera setup on all of her tablets. The ultra-wide onboard camera also supports Ultra Macro mode, enabling you to get as close as 2.5cms. NightScape 2.0 photography supports, Ultra Steady video mode, Bokeh video mode, slo-mo video mode 960fps, and much more.

However, the 50W SuperVOOC charging on board will have to be my favorite feature of the Realme X2 Pro. The smartphone features a decent 4,000mAh battery that will likely last you a full day on a single charge. But if it doesn’t, you could use the 50W charger in the box to top it up (from 0 percent to 100 percent) in 35 minutes.

Price and availability 

The Realme X2 Pro is priced for the 8GB+128 GB base version starting at Rs. 29,999, whereas the higher-end model 12GB+256 GB will be retail at Rs. 33,999 in India. Selecting users through a special early access sale becomes possible. It is an invitation-only process and will be sold on November 26 through the online store of Flipkart and Realme.

With the launch of a new Cardless Credit app, Flipkart makes it easier for users to catch Realme’s first flagship, the Realme X2 Pro. Using this service with OTP authentication and 3-month/6-month no-cost EMI options, you will be able to buy this phone. You will also be free to pick up this smartphone from Realme Buds Wireless.

It will be available in two types of colour, Neptune Blue and Lunar White. Realme also worked with the iconic Japanese designer Naoto Fukasawa (the man behind the Onion and Garlic variants of Realme X) to launch two new variants of the Master Edition. The Rs. 34,999 Brick and Concrete Master Editions will soon be available for purchase as well.

At this price point, Realme’s first true flagship is set to take on the Redmi K20 Pro with a host of fun features in tow. It also kills the OnePlus 7 T with similar features and a lower price point, but the software experience is more bloated and cluttered. So, what flagship phones are you going to pick? In the comments below, let us know.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *