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Realme – the brand that went rogue has finally woken up to take the smartphone industry seriously. What we have seen of late, is a lot of good phone models from them. The last impressive phone was the Realme XT in September; if you recall they even mentioned how this would be followed by a more powerful version that would run on the Snapdragon 730G chip in December. Well, the wait is finally over and it's now called the Realme X2 (plans were to call it the Realme XT730G). Your beloved phone will be free from scratches and harm if you pick from Realme X2 back covers online collection.
- The device is available for Rs 16,999.
- You can buy it in three different RAM and storage variants.
- Top features include the Snapdragon 730G and 30W fast charging.
To get an idea of this device, the Realme X2 is very similar to the Realme XT; you could say it is the upgraded version of it. Before we run over the pros and cons, here are some of the main specifications.
- 4-inch Full HD + Super AMOLED screen (V Notch)
- SnapDragon 730G SOC (Octa Core, 8nm process)
- 4/6/8/ GB RAM
- 64/128 Gb Internal Storage
- Front Camera 23 MP
- Quad Rear Cameras 64 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP (Macro) + 2 MP (Portrait)
- Dual Nano SIM + Dedicated Micro SD card slot
- 4000 mAh battery
- Android 9 / Displays fingerprint scanner
Starting at Rs 16,999, it matches devices like the Redmi K20 and the Redmi Note 8 Pro. Therefore, it is the next, best affordable phone with some bells and whistles. All our back cases have precision cut-outs which ensure that you have access to all the ports, buttons and cameras on Realme X2 without any hindrance.
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Realme has used the best screens on their X series and here, instead of going with the LCD panel, you have an AMOLED. There's a dewdrop notch, but it's relatively small. The Full HD+ resolution makes for sharp images - something that’s good to have when you use your phone for everything. All this is held together by the AMOLED panel that brings extremely vibrant colors and high contrasts while maintaining good brightness levels. Otherwise, opening apps and that’s due to the Color OS 6.1 – granted it doesn’t have the best aesthetics, but it is optimized well which is impressive for an interface that's overhauled with a chunky skin. Camera-wise you have the 64-megapixel camera using a Samsung sensor that paired with an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera, and a 2-megapixel depth camera. The features include a Chroma Boost mode to liven up the photos with higher saturation, the Nightscape mode, portrait mode. Daylight videos are boosted with impressive stabilization in the 1080p mode, 960fps slow-motion, bokeh feature, edge detection. When it comes to design, you have Gorilla Glass 5 protection on both the front and back. It’s a remake of the XT, so that also means that you have a plastic frame that also takes away from the overall in-hand feel despite the glass panels. The Pearl Green color is new but it’s been encased in the same reflective gradient. It would’ve looked great if it didn’t have that chintzy, wild gradient but a smooth matte finish. You can order back covers for Realme X2 while sitting at the comfort of your couch and allow us to handle the rest, we make sure we dispatch the orders asap.
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Similar to other Realme Pro devices, it has all of the standard looks and design save for the new dark olive-green color of the back panel. It’s a good quality 6.4-inch Full HD AMOLED screen that they used this time, which is complete with all of the good features like auto-brightness, flicker-free options, etc. All this can be controlled using the settings or keyboard. We also didn’t have to adjust the settings for the images as they’ve given a really good display. Talking about the processor, we’d say that this is the big ‘X’ factor. Such Cases and Covers help you to add personalize your phone as per your personality, using a variety of themes available at Blackbora, you can add a personal touch to your phone.
The Realme X2 has the SnapDragon 730G SOC when compared with the XT that has the 712 – the device has significantly more power – both in terms of CPU and GPU. It even has the new Andreno 618 GPU which as you know is good for gaming. In general, there should be no issue with day to day performance, issues with lagging or anything while using the phone as the processor handles it all perfectly. It's powerful enough to handle all functions, even gaming.
- Fast charging
- Speedy performance
- Night camera performance
Onto how the phone feels. Realme has done a really good job this time around and it feels comfortable enough to hold and use – in spite of the 6.4-inch screen. And it's slightly curved around the edges, and we like that the weight balance is done well on this one. The earpiece on the phone is really good and we could hear calls clearly. But it does have just a single output speaker and its pretty loud. They’ve also held onto the 3.5 mm earphone jack too and you can control sound with the Dolby Surround Sound. As for the system, you have the Color OS 6. Now let’s talk about gaming, we did test Call of Duty, PUBG on this and as expected, both played fine even when boosted to the highest settings thanks to the new Andreno 618 GPU and the SnapDragon 730G SOC. So, if you’re a gamer, you will have the best experience on this phone. The battery on this is a good one – it's similar to what we got on the XT – but slightly more efficient, slightly more standby time. This is due to the fact that the SnapDragon 730G is based on the 8nm process. To give you a rough idea – it should last you more than a day and a half for more users and a full day for heavy users. You do get a 30-watt VOOC charger that is faster than other VOOC chargers that came with the earlier Realme devices. Even topping it up is a quick experience. Let’s talk about the cameras – it also has that quad-camera setup – the main 64 MP camera, the 8 MP Ultra-Wide, 2 MP for Macro and 2 MP for Portrait. The front is a new 32 MP shooter. Sample shots showed that outdoor shots are brilliant in natural light, sharpness is great as were the skin tone and color reproduction. In artificial and night light we were surprised by the amount of improvement producing some of the best shots we’ve seen. Now even as you talk about the front-facing camera, the 32 MP did a very good job, even at those times when the light wasn’t good. This time they’ve really worked on the camera setup, and they have also optimized it. You can shoot video with this one, even in the ultra-wide mode. Shooting video with the Realme and EIS is spot on, for both the rear and the front cameras. And the last good thing about this device is the in-display fingerprint scanner.
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The first one is the design, that looks a lot like the XT and other Realme devices too, by now, we should’ve seen something different. Coming to the display, its an AMOLED< so you can have this AOD feature that we think feels incomplete. We only got notifications for missed calls, for anything else -nothing, the device even lacks a physical notification LED light rendering the AOD completely useless. The camera interface is good and even has the 1x, 2x and the 5x – but we would say not to use the 5x mode. Even though it's powerful, it tends to get pixelated. The other issue is with the Snapdragon 730G - despite being a chip for gaming, the Snapdragon 730G cannot support high frame rates in games.You can go to the Quotes themed phone covers for Realme X2 to purchase designs like Adventure is Lethal, Wanderlust, Climb Up!
- Unrefined ColorOS
- Same old design
The Nightscape mode results don’t really show up and you're better off without them. The wide-angle camera has been weakened due to an inferior sensor Then there is Android version 9 still on this. On the back, you will see lots of visible fingerprints and without the case, the device gets messy. Also noticeable without the case, is the camera jutting out making the device wobbly on flat surfaces. It is still a good and powerful smartphone under Rs. 20,000 brackets, and for this price you are getting the 730G SOC, good camera performance and 30-watt charger. So, you are getting good features, and it is a big upgrade from the XT. The one thing you may have to deal with is the reflective gradient on the green variant – it didn’t work for us, and it might not be for everybody. In this case, you have the white variant. The same goes for the ColorOS – it might not be in the best shape just yet but will be getting updates that will fix a lot of things. But most of the hiccups are minor ones and shouldn’t ruin the experience unless you use out of the way features like the AOD.