After having launched just over a week ago Realme XT, the Chinese phone manufacturer, the brand's spin-off OPPO, announced a new device, the Realme X2, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, 64 MP camera and 30W VOOC 4.0.
Realme X2: features and details
The new Realme X2 is essentially based on the XT, officially introduced in the Indian market a few days ago, but with some differences, first of all the chipset: on the XT we have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC, on the X2 one Snapdragon 730G.
Also there camera selfie is different, from 16 MP on the XT, from 32 MP on the new Realme X2. For both the main camera on the back is from 64 MP.
Among the upgrades of the Realme X2 also the battery: 4,000 mAh with VOOC 3.0 charging system at 20W, to switch to 30 W VOOC flash charge 4.0 on the X2. In addition, the X2 is equipped with functionality of the camera that we do not find on the XT, such as video recording with the 8 MP ultrawide sensor and video bokeh in real time.
Realme X2 has the same screen from 6.4 ″ FHD + Super AMOLED of the XT, complete with an in-display fingerprint reader. It works with Android 9 Pie, with ColorOS 6 interface customized further by Realme, and contains a rear photographic compartment composed of four cameras: a 64MP main sensor, an 8MP with wide-angle optics, a macro of 2 MP and one for reading data depth of 2 MP. The Realme X2 boasts, among other key features, the presence of the module NFC.
Realme X2: prices and versions
This device is available in pearl white and pearl blue, like the XT, and will be sold, at least in China, in two possible RAM / internal memory configurations:
- with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of integrated memory at a price of 205 euros (1,599 CNY);
- 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of integrated memory for the price of 240 euros (CNY 1.899).