Realme has made a splash in 2019 with a spate of impressively low-priced gadgets; however, now the company is releasing its first phone that would be described as luxurious. The X2 Pro has Qualcomm’s fastest processor available, a screen with a high refresh charge, and a quad-camera array along with a giant 64-megapixel sensor. All of this means it’s Realme’s costliest phone thus far, but the spec sheet keeps it extraordinarily competitive.
X2 Pro’s industrial design is boring. There’s an unobtrusive waterdrop notch in the display, along with a bottom bezel that’s slightly bigger than the other three. Realme fits a glass back panel on the X2 Pro, which feels much better to the touch than the previous plastic designs, however, it compromises on durability.
Despite the small bezels, the X2 Pro manages to squeeze in stereo speakers that sound good; taken along with the above-average haptic feedback system, it’s clear Realme has made a point of including features that other expensive Chinese phones usually scrimp on.
The Realme X2 Pro is launching in China and Europe first.