Realme is ready to make a splash with the launch of its master edition budget- flagship smartphone named “Realme X2 Pro Master Edition”. What you would apparently get are a noteworthy quad-camera system, fantastic performance, excellent swiping experience and additionally; master release is also designed by Naoto Fukasawa (who is famous for his previous Realme’s onion and garlic designs) at an incredible price point. Realme has once again attempted to undercut stellar features at a nominal price – surely a hard to beat combo.
Year-end 2019 saw Realme’s present lead X2 Pro make a major sprinkle. However, the beginning of the new year saw a new arrangement of uncommon aesthetics made under the demanding guidelines of smartphone designer, Naoto Fukasawa. His motivation for these 2 special finishes Concrete and Red Brick variant originated from the building materials we see and come across on a regular basis and never stop to notice.
The specs and details are carefully thought through. From the shiny, glass design to the higher refresh rate, from large screen to AMOLED display; everything is said to rival the best of its competitors. It is eye-catching, but is it powerful with the performance too. Let’s find out what Realme X2 Pro Master Edition turns out to be?
The design language of Realme X2 Pro is essentially similar to its successor Realme XT of 2019. However, to differentiate between the two, Realme has creatively managed the rear design by placing a notch at the right side of the Quad camera system. Realme X2 Pro is enclosed in an aluminum frame and is available in blue and white colors. The “master editions” of the smartphones are also launched in Brick and Cement which have a finished sandstone.
With 6.5-inches large screen Super AMOLED display, FullHD+ 2400×1080 pixels resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, a tiny waterdrop notch at the back and a 20:9 aspect ratio are the specs that set it stand out from the crowd. The AMOLED display panel pushes energetic colors and profound blacks. It works great, even during daylight. The 90Hz high refresh rate will be extremely noticeable for enthusiastic gamers.
Apart from the stunning looks and so much personality that we’ve already flaunted; now let’s talk about the performance of Realme X2 Pro.
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC coupled with 12GB of RAM, we can expect a smooth and flawless performance. The storage of Realme Master Edition accompanies up to 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage capacity. It is a blessing for users with business profiles who need to swipe things speedily. Gamers can easily play heavy games without breaking a sweat. In addition to this, Switching between applications and content transfer between two devices is a breeze. Furthermore, X2 Pro variants in 30,000 INR and X2 Pro Master Edition variants in 34,999 INR set to be huge bang for the bucks.
The quad – camera modules of the Realme X2 Pro Master Edition are conveniently stacked in a vertical exhibit at the back of the handset. It includes a 64MP primary camera; a 13MP Telephoto camera with 5x hybrid zoom a 2MP depth camera and an 8MP wide-angle camera – that’s a whole lot of MP muscles. The performance and results exhibited by the cameras are very encouraging. The selfie camera also does a fairly good job.
Lamentably, the Realme X2 Pro doesn’t deliver with ColorOS 7 and we’ll need to hold up more to perceive what the “near stock-Android” software experience will bring to the table. The phone as of now, runs on Android 9.0 Pie with ColorOS 6.1. However, Android 10 OS upgrade just seems to be around the corner. In the battery division, the master edition phone has a usual 4,000mAh battery. But we are always happy with the Super VOOC charging feature. So, if you want to switch from iPhone transfer or Android; thinking for too long will not be good enough. As the Realme X2 Pro battery would certainly have enough juice to keep your phone alive all day long.
For now, we have casted our eyes over it and the early impressions of the Realme X2 Pro appear to be largely positive. With a beginning cost of INR 29,999 for the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage and approximately 35,000 for 12GB RAM and 256GB storage variants, this smartphone overflows best features. The most fascinating highlight with respect to the device must be 50W SuperVOOC Flash Charge that is mind-numbingly brisk and is not normal for anything we’ve ever seen before in India. Hence, it is worth considering a phone for 2020.
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