Realme X2 Pro to land in Europe soon with impressive specs
High-end smartphones have more and more competitors with more affordable price tags. The Realme X2 Pro promises to be a device that could take on the competition specs-wise while maintaining decent pricing. At least on paper, the upcoming smartphone looks quite impressive, even after the manufacturing company corrected its tweets and revealed that the handset won’t support 65W charging, instead it settles at 50W. This is still one of the fastest charging smartphones, and if we take into consideration the other specs of the device too, it might actually turn out to be a flagship killer.
Besides its fast charging capabilities, the Realme X2 Pro will also impress with its 90Hz refresh rate screen, the powerful Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, and quad rear camera which consists of a 64MP main sensor, a depth lens, an ultra-wide camera, and a telephoto camera with 20x hybrid zoom. There is no certain information regarding the memory and internal storage of the device, however, based on the features of similar handsets, it’s safe to assume that the X2 Pro will offer at least 4GB of RAM, probably more, and there is a high chance that users will be able to opt for 64GB or 128GB storage variants.
Unfortunately, there is no official release date set for the Realme X2 Pro. We do know that it will land in Europe sometime in the near future but this is far from an exact date when the device will become available for purchase. One of the first European countries to welcome the X2 Pro is Spain, and hopefully, other markets will follow soon. As for the pricing, based on the fact that the Realme teaser page states that the X2 Pro is the first 90Hz display at this price segment, it’s safe to assume that the handset will have a lower price tag than that of the OnePlus 7T. Again, this is not exact information, but at least it does give us a clue of what to expect.
The Realme X2 Pro is coming soon, so we will find out everything there is to know about the device in the next couple of days. Only then we will be able to tell whether Realme delivered a true flagship killer or we just got another device with impressive specs and a high price tag.