Realme made a big splash in 2019 with a range of impressively low-cost smartphones, but the company ready to launch its latest phone that could be designated as high-end. Also, X2 Pro has the fastest processor available for Qualcomm, a high refresh rate monitor, and a quad-camera system with a massive 64-megapixel sensor. All this means that it is the most expensive phone of Realme to date, but the spec sheet keeps it highly competitive. The industrial design of the X2 Pro is pretty dull, but neither is there really anything wrong with it. The screen features an unobtrusive waterfall notch and a bottom lunette that is only slightly larger than the other three for the X2 Pro, and Realme has switched to a back glass panel that feels better to the touch than the previous plastic models but lacks longevity.

The X2 Pro manages in stereo speakers, which sound pretty good; engaging with system that is haptic feedback, it is evident that Realme has figured out features that are more expensive Chinese phones. However, sadly apply to wireless charging. The monitor is a 1080p OLED panel of 6.5-inch with a fingerprint sensor in the window and a 90Hz refresh rate. Higher refresh levels on flagship phones such as the OnePlus 7T and the forthcoming Pixel 4 are starting to increase, And when you used a screen like this for a while, it is hard to go back. The Realme X2 Pro in use extremely smooth, mostly when it comes to simple actions such as scrolling through timelines or where the text remains in motion.The phone supported by a processor Snapdragon Qualcomm 855 Plus, the fastest accessible on Android phone. The X2 Pro arises with 8GB, 6GB, or RAM 12GB and 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of flash storage. The camera setup uses the same Samsung 64-megapixel sensor as well as a 13-megapixel telephoto, an ultra-wide8-megapixel, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. There is also a selfie camera of 16 megapixels. You can see how the 64-megapixel camera took place on Realme XT last month.

With Oppo’s original technology Super VOOC, which Realme claims should get you 80% of the full charge in half an hour, the X2 Pro can quickly charge up to 50W. The phone battery is a 4,000mAh, so it is not fast as Oppo’s new Reno Ace with battery size and virtually the same industrial design, but it’s still up with fast-charging solutions go.