Realme has always been well known for its budget and mid-range phones which have insane value for money. Now they’re finally entering the flagship Realme X2 Pro part of the market. Their latest device has a 90 Hertz display insane fast charging. A flagship chipset four cameras on the back really this thing packs a punch so should you get it.
Looks-wise the Realme X2 Pro is nice but honestly, it doesn’t stand out. It has a minimalistic design and a clean camera setup. On the back, you’ll find an awkward real me logo placed next to the cameras but other than that it’s just a clean Neptune blue which is how they call this style turn it around. You’ll find a small water droplet notch on the top that’s easy to ignore and an optical fingerprint reader under the display. It’s one of the best under the display of readers. We’ve used and it works quickly and reliably.
There’s also a face and lock option if you prefer it. The phone is made of Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back and it has an aluminum frame. The bulk and weight make it feels sturdy and slightly detract from the flagship feel. It’s a little wide to be totally comfortable for one-handed use but color OS 6.1 sports gestures. So single-handed navigation isn’t impossible. Of course, if you don’t like gestures you can always switch back to navigation buttons and even rearrange them to your liking speaking of buttons. The volume buttons are clicky and there’s a yellow accent on the power button.
So on to the display which is probably one of the best in this price segment. The phone sports a 6.5 inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD resolution. It’s actually probably the same panel like the one plus 7T and it even supports the HDR 10 plus standard but the test results. We got differed due to the controller it got 500 nits of brightness in manual and 708 in auto mode. While less than the one plus 7T it was impressive called the same color.
The most amazing feature of the screen is the 90 Hertz refresh rates. You have the option to switch it to 60 Hertz but the battery life is more than good enough. The 90 Hertz option makes the phone a few times smoother. Also, the software automatically reverts back to 60 Hertz. When you’re watching regular videos are viewing static contents. Actually even when you have the 90 Hertz refresh rate turned on the phone has a pretty good endurance rating of 94 hours.
Thanks to the four thousand milliamp-hour battery even if it didn’t last too long. It’s 50 what fast charging is amazing in a charge from zero to 100% in 30 minutes. It got a little hot so the longevity of the battery is questionable but if you’re wary. You can switch off the quick charge to a regular 18-watt charger and still get some form of fast charging as far. Another side of media consumption goes.
In other words, the audio the realme x2 pro stereo loudspeakers had impressive loudness and good quality. There isn’t much bass but that’s not too surprising. Considering this is phone our readers are wondering. Whether the phone supports the protocol to the stream Netflix in HD and it does at the bottom of the phone. You’ll find a headphone jack and its performance was similar to that of other real me phones.
One of the most curious options that colorist gives you is control or app startup and closing animation speed. You can make your phone even snap here and I really have no idea why? You’d leave this setting at slow but I guess everyone has their preference. Even if you set everything to slow however this phone is plenty fast. It supports the latest Snapdragon 855 plus and it performs on par with the competition. So far the phone seems amazing however flagship killers usually have a weak spot.
Let’s see about this one the main camera has a 64-megapixel sensor that outputs 16-megapixel images. The 13-megapixel telephoto has an F 2.5 aperture and the ultra-wide is an 8 megapixel one with an F 2.2 aperture. In daylight, images had impressive levels of detail and a good dynamic range. When you zoom in however there are some over-sharpened straight lines and there’s some noise in areas had uniform color speaking of color.
HDR worked pretty effectively and even more surprising. Realme has added the night mode to the front cam photos look like they’re taken with the flash on and skin tones look surprisingly natural in terms of video. The realme x2 pro can record 4k at up to 60fps and full HD at up to 120 FPS. For key videos look really nice and we were hard-pressed to find any issues. Aside from the slightly clipped highlights and some white buildings stabilization was quite effective. Of course, it was times better in Full HD speaking of which 1080p videos were just as good.
The realme X2 Pro mobile is that it’s actually available in Europe and you can buy the phone through the realme websites. This is a change from realme mobile prices in the past which were usually only available in Asia. Now if you can live with the good but not spectacular a quad-camera set up. This phone offers a lot it has that 90 Hertz display insane fast charging good battery life. Flagship chipset and a bunch of other stuff and this combination make it one of the best phones to get at its price.