Recently, companies have followed the saying “All yourself before you eat you”, where recently companies from smartphone manufacturers are creating other brands that also produce smartphones in order to appear in the market under two different names, in order to have the largest number of users and create two audiences Completely different to every brand.
One of the best companies that implemented this example is OPPO, where it created a brand called Realme, in order to produce phones with unprecedented specifications at competitive prices as we used to, the last of these phones was Realme X2 Pro, a phone that did not pass on advertised in Dubai, UAE where We were there and tried the phone ourselves for several days.
In this review, we will review the specifications of the Realme X2 Pro, show you our experience and our final view of it, and follow the next lines.
Realme X2 Pro specifications
The Realme X2 Pro comes with standard specifications, you might think we’re talking about a top-tier phone priced at over $900, but in fact, you’ll be surprised at its price at the end of the review.
First, the Realme X2 Pro comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus 855 Plus octaves that contain the Adreno 640 graphical processor with a speed of 700 MHz, and with this powerful chip, we find random memory by six to twelve gigabytes, which is enough in all cases Perform many tasks at the same time smoothly without any cutting or problems like the ones we see when using multiple apps together in a medium or economic phone.
All of these internal specifications come together to give the best possible performance in this category, supported by the latest version of Android, although the phone does not release Android 10, it remains among the phones you will get immediately after its release, and of course, all of this is crowned by the ColorOS 6.1 interface of Oppo, which It’s light and smooth because of its great resemblance to the official Android system without a lot of useless additions.
By collecting all of these features, you’ll find that the phone works very smoothly, especially in games, including the famous PUBG game, for example, which we tried on the phone in the highest settings and without any problems or the presence of high temperature and for the longest time, which takes us to the next page.
The Realme X2 Pro has a huge 4,000 mAh battery, capable of operating the phone in the best settings and with the greatest number of tasks and applications for five hours of uninterrupted continuous use, which predicts its ability to work much longer hours when using the phone routinely, up to more than fifteen hours.
If you use the phone as we used it to continuously test the battery, don’t worry about it, because of the superVOOC Flash Charge feature that the company has supported, so you can charge up to 100 percent of battery life in 35 minutes, with a capacity of 50 watts.
The Realme X2 Pro comes with a Super AMOLED display that we’ve never seen in other companies’ top-class phones, sometimes priced at more than $1,000, with a 6.5-inch size and a screen-to-body ratio of more than 84 percent, due to very small edges, and a drop-like front camera. As for other massive screen features that we may consider more important than before, the Realme X2 Pro screen comes protected by a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 5, in addition to the screen update rate up to 90 Hz, which we have not seen before in any of the You’ll see the effect of this difference in screen update when you’re experimenting with games and when you’re using apps like Facebook for example where you’ll feel more streamlined in scrolling down, up and running away from gaming content.
One of the most important features of the Realme X2 Pro, which is unique to many other phones, is the super-rear camera, which consists of four cameras carefully positioned at the top of the phone’s vertical center. We start with the basic 64-megapixel camera and f/1.8 aperture, a camera with a highly impressive performance in standard shooting and video shooting using Samsung’s GW1 sensor, followed by a 13MP telephoto camera with an f/2.5 aperture, 2x optical zoom, 8MP Ultra camera, and 2.2wide aperture.
The front camera comes with 16 MP slots and an f/2.0 aperture in a very small hole in the front screen. The Realme X2 Pro’s flagship camera is very similar to its Realme XT, which outperforms many phones in the same category.
At the same time, the second camera, which has a Telephoto camera, also has impressive results, followed by an Ultrawide camera that gives highly acceptable results, with highly acceptable colors compared to the wide scene you capture as seen in the images.
As for shooting in different light situations, this is one of the points where the phone loses to the upper-class phones, as the images lose a lot of detail and color due to the low light, which means that the phone needs high lighting in order to be able to take full advantage of the camera’s ability.
We also experimented with the front camera, which has very acceptable results depending on the level of light.
The phone has a Dark Mode feature that spreads throughout the system, ahead of Android 10, as it is one of the features of its Color OS 6.1 interface.