Realme X2 Pro has a lot of features like 90 Hz refresh rate, 50-watt charging, AMOLED display and son but do they deliver?
Realme has today launched X2 Pro in India for Rs 29,999 for 8GB RAM + 128GB and Rs 33,999 for 12GB RAM + 256GB. It is an attempt to cement the company's position in the Rs 30,000 price segment. When we saw the smartphone for the first time, except for logo placement, we didn't find any thing new in terms of design. However it not bad! It is was lust like one more smartphone with the same design language.
The display is 6.5 inch but still, the single-hand operation is possible for accessing volume rocker, in-display fingerprint scanner and Power button. We felt the display to be on the warmer side and colours slightly piped up but it was a major distraction. As far the 90 Hz refresh rate is concerned, one will actually not notice in day to day task but maybe in gaming, it will provide a noticeable difference.
The major attraction of the Realme X2 Pro is 50W fast charging support. In our testing, we found out that it was able to charge our device from 0 - 100% in around 30 minutes. It is a welcome addition because the 400mAh battery, which may last around a day on heavy usage but the charging time will make you happy. On the camera front, we did test out the most talked zoom capabilities and were not impressed with 20X shots. Shots captured up to 5X zoom came out well and are shareable. Low light photography still have a room of improvements in X2 Pro. As for general camera performance, pictures are usually colourful and some show adequate detailing. We will talk more about the camera in our Review.
As far as the UI is concerned, consumers have to satisfied with Colour OS as contrary to teh popular belief Realme OS is still not out. Having said that Colour OS ahs improved significantly and one will not face any issue with navigation and the overall experience is good.
Realme X2 Pro is definitely worth considering. We are still working the full-fledged review of Realme X2 Pro which may address the most important question that comes to the mind of consumers before purchasing a new smartphone - Should I Buy it?