Realme X2 Pro will be unveiled next week with a Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 64 MP camera and a 90 Hz display. So far specs have been more than flattering, but now we got to see the actual phone in some hands-on photos that leaked on Weibo.
This phone has one obvious difference from its non-Pro sibling – the four-camera setup is now positioned in the center, instead of the top left side. Another interesting thing is the “Realme” sign, sitting horizontally on the right side, but below the shooters.
This is truly a unique way to put your logo and we are pretty sure the company will have a good reason to put it there aside from the obvious “no one has done it before us”.
It is not a surprise that the phone will have a waterdrop notch on the top of the screen, hiding the selfie camera. In the shots, we also see the Realme Buds Wireless, which we reviewed earlier this month and a yellow 10,000 mAh Realme Power Bank that is already selling in China and India.
Looking back to the phone, aside from the new camera positioning and the unusual logo placement, everything else is expected – flat front panel with a tiny bezel on the bottom, power key and volume rocker on the opposing sides, and while we don’t see the bottom of the Realme X2 Pro, it is known it will come with a USB-C port.
Another impressive feature of the phone that the company announced today is the 50W SuperVOOC charging. It isn’t the second-gen standard that reaches up to 65W and made its way to the Oppo Reno Ace but is still massively faster than the 30W VOOC 4.0 in the Realme X2.