Realme – launched three months ago on the budget of the Realme XT – unveiled a new smartphone called the Realme X2 on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Referring to this phone, it’s possible to imagine the newer Realme X2 (which you can announce 4 months before budget announcement). But the real thing is that the Realme X2 is the updated version of the Realme XT. A quad-core camera (with a real 64-megapixel sensor), a powerful Snapdragon 730G chip, high-end display, and an apartment make this possible. Next to the Realme XT, which has been budgeted for the Indian market, the Australian Realme X2 comes to the Chinese market.
The Realme X2 is designed to measure 158.7 x 75.2 x 8.6 mm and weighs about 182 grams. Gorilla Glass 5 is used in front of the glass machine. The 3D glass on the back of the device has a beautiful design called a wormhole, or “wormhole,” which the company says is made up of tens of thousands of micro-meters. It comes in two colours, blue and white.
The 6.4-inch display is made up of Samsung’s Super AMOLED panels and is Full HD Plus (1080 x 2340 pixels). There is a water droplet at the top of the screen and the manufacturer says the screen to body ratio is 91.9%. Below the display layer is a built-in fingerprint sensor that, according to Realme, can unlock within 36 hundred seconds. It should be noted that the aspect ratio is 19.5: 9 and the screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
Chipset, Ram and Storage:
The Realme X2 uses Snapdragon 730G chipsets. Built with 8-nanometer lithography, it features two 2.2 GHz Kryo 470 cores (conforming to the Cortex A76 architecture) and 6 1.8 GHz Kryo 470 cores (conforming to the Cortex A55 architecture) with its Adreno 618 graphics processing unit. The base model has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage (UFS 2.1 type). The advanced model also comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The list also features 256GB of internal storage, though the model is not yet ready for sale. Most likely, another model of the Realme X2 will come with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage soon. Given the phone’s support for the microSD, the memory can be expanded to another 256 GB.
The quadruple camera set is in the upper left corner. The main camera is 64 megapixels and has a 6-piece lens with aperture of f / 1.8. It’s the same Samsung GW1 sensor, which is 1.72 inches wide and used on smartphones like the Realme XT and Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro. According to the manufacturer, the camera will output photos at a resolution of 6980 x 9280 pixels, which, if printed, can reach a height of 3.6 meters. It’s also worth noting that the default resolution of the camera is 16 megapixels.
An 8-megapixel widescreen lens – 119 degrees with a f / 2.25 aperture – is another feature. There are two other 2-megapixel cameras here, one for depth detection and the other – with a 4 cm focal length lens – for macro photography (close-up photography). Other recording features include 4K video recording at 30 frames per second, full HD video at 720p at 60 frames per second, and slower video at 960 fps.
At the top of the display, the selfie camera has a 32-megapixel resolution and f / 2.0 aperture. Due to the EIS or electronic stabilizer, video recording with both front and rear cameras will be less shaky. Interestingly, Aaron Huey, a famous National Geographic photographer, also praised the camera’s performance in the Realme X2.
Battery and Communication:
Battery capacity is 4,000 mAh. According to VOOC Flash Charge 4.0’s fast charge technology – introduced by Realme last week – it can save battery life from 0% to 30% in 30 minutes.
The Realme X2 is a dual-SIM (nano-type) handset with 4G communications. Wi-Fi a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 5.0, support for GLONASS, GPS and Beidou navigation systems, NFC chip, USB-C port and headphone jack are other features of the device.
The Realme X2 OS is Android 9 and has a ColorOS 6 shell. Support for Dark Mode or Dark Theme is one of the most important features of this theme. Given the Snapdragon 730G chip, it has a lot of gaming capabilities. A Game Assistant feature, while providing a “Do Not Disturb” mode to keep the game going, also lets you capture game scenes. Game Space can also handle all your phone games.
The game continues the Realme X2; Frame Boost 2.0 features frame rate acceleration, improving game stability by up to 18%. Touch Boost 2.0 also speeds up touch response and improves touchscreen performance by up to 35.2%. The dual-antenna MIMO game is also expected to be unlocked and, according to Realme, help keep the game going. Unsurprisingly, the names Dolby Atmos and Hi-Res indicate that the sound is of good quality to the user.
Pre-order registration for the Realme X2 has begun and those who place their order before September 26 will receive a discount of 100 yuan (about $ 14). It will enter the Chinese market from September 27. The base price of the Realme X2 (6GB / 64GB) is announced at 1,599 yuan, which will be around $ 224 at the current exchange rate. The advanced version (8GB / 128GB) is also priced at 1,899 yuan ($ 266). The terms of the international launch of this handset are still unclear.
Source: mobile.ir and realme