Realme X2 review

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Now that our Realme X2 Pro survey is out, it is an ideal opportunity to perceive what the company can offer in the mid-go segment. Realme is a notable brand in Asia, particularly in India; however, it needs to become wellknown once again now that it has begun deals in Europe too. What’s more, preferred approach to do it with a well prepared and affordable midrange like the Realme X2.
Clearly, the X2 is no pro however, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t sneak up suddenly. The combination of an upper mid-run SoC, an OLED board, an exceptional form, and a flexible quad-camera arrangement at an ordinary mid-extend cost is difficult to ignore when shopping on a spending plan. What’s more, snappy statistical surveying shows that the choice in this specific value goes is somewhat constrained. So it’s probably protected to state that Realme’s forceful valuing of the standard X2 will bear organic products later on.
Realme X2 specs
Body: 158.7 x 75.2 x 8.6mm, 182g; plastic edge, Gorilla Glass 5 front and back.
Display: 6.4″ Super AMOLED, 1080 x 2340px resolution, 19.5:9 viewpoint ratio, 403 ppi.
Rear camera: Primary: 64MP, f/1.8 gap, 1/1.7″ sensor size, 0.8µm pixel size, PDAF. Ultra wide: 8MP, f/2.3, 1/4″, 1.12µm pixels; Macro: 2MP, f/2.4, 1/5″, 1.75µm; Depth sensor: 2MP; 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60/120fps, 720p@480/960fps video recording.
Front camera: 32MP, f/2.0.
OS: Android 9 Pie; Color OS 6.1.
Chipset: Snapdragon 730G chipset (8 nm), octa-core CPU (2×2.2 GHz Kryo 470 Gold, and 6×1.8 GHz Kryo 470 Silver), Adreno 618 GPU…
Memory: 6GB/8GB of RAM; 64/128/256GB storage; micro SD card slot.
Battery: 4,000mAh; 30W SuperVOOC Flash Charge 4.0.
Connectivity: Dual-SIM; Cat.15 LTE; USB 2.0 Type-C; Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/air conditioning; GPS + GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS; Bluetooth 5.0; FM radio.
Misc: under-display fingerprint reader; NFC, 3.5mm audio jack.

In addition, the handset boasts some elusive standout features for the €299 sticker price. We are talking super-quick 30W charging, leader grade haptic criticism, and probably the quickest and most solid under-display fingerprint around. These features raise the client experience considerably and complement significantly the remainder of the bundle.
Unboxing the Realme X2
The Realme X2 comes in a well-prepared retail bundle containing the typical client manuals and a protective, straightforward silicone case. There’s also the 30W VOOC Flash Charge 4.0-empowered charging block and the accompanying USB-A to USB-C link also utilized for information moves.
Design
The design of the Realme X2 is quite like the Pro version with a couple of notable contrasts. First, the side casing is made of plastic rather than metal although, it’s emulating real metal pleasantly. Front and back glasses remain Gorilla Glass 5-protected. It’s also considerably lighter steering the result at 182g.
Turning the phone around uncovers a comparative inclination as to its more costly X2 Pro kin, yet this time we have the Pearl White, which as we would like to think is the better choice – fingerprints and smudges are less noticeable. The name of the color consummately depicts the paint job, and it would appear that a pearl with changing colors relying upon the angle.
The quad-camera cluster has been moved to the upper-left corner of the board, and the knock is a thick one. It makes the phone wobble when set on its back. Otherwise, the curved state of the back assists with the grasp and the glass sheet flawlessly transitions into the casing with a scarcely noticeable hole.
The casing feels a lot like glossy metal however don’t get fooled – it’s not. The complemented power key is on the correct side, the volume rocker along with the SIM card plate is on the left, and a speaker grille and a 3.5mm audio jack flank the bottom’s USB-C connector.
Under the front glass, we locate a 6.4-inch display with flimsy enough bezels. We’ve seen better, however, they are also to a great extent unobtrusive, particularly the bottom one. The notch, on the other hand, is slightly wider than the one on the X2 Pro however doesn’t uproot enough status bar icons to pose an issue. The top bezel is large enough to house the earpiece and some of the sensors like the proximity and surrounding.
The display isn’t curved to the sides and even looks like it’s been slapped on top of the frame. The edge doesn’t overlap the front glass, so it might be more prone to breaking whenever dropped. That is only a theory, though. At the point when you are holding the phone with your hand, you can undoubtedly feel the protruding edge of the front board.
Overall, the X2 is a very much manufactured gadget with a couple of exchange offs compared to the X2 Pro, however, it’s normal. In any event, the vanilla X2 doesn’t compromise where it shouldn’t. It’s genuinely simple to deal with one hand, the extent that tall 19.5:9 phones go, of course. It also is by all accounts bottom overwhelming, which is the better option compared to being top-substantial as it doesn’t tip over your hand when holding it.

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