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Now that our Realme X2 Pro review is out, it's time to see what the company can offer in the mid-range segment. realme is a well-known brand in Asia, especially in India, but it has to make a name for itself once again now that it has started sales in Europe too. And what better way to do it than with a well equipped and affordable midrange like the Realme X2.
Surely, the X2 is no Pro but that doesn't mean it doesn't pack a punch. The combination of an upper mid-range SoC, an OLED panel, a premium build, and a versatile quad-camera setup at a regular mid-range price is really hard to ignore when shopping on a budget. And quick market research shows that the choice in this particular price range is rather limited. So it's probably safe to say that Realme's aggressive pricing of the standard X2 will bear fruits in the future.
In addition, the handest boasts some hard-to-find standout features for the €299 price tag. We are talking super-fast 30W charging, flagship-grade haptic feedback, and probably the fastest and most reliable under-display fingerprint around. These features elevate the user experience considerably and complement greatly the rest of the package.
The Realme X2 comes in a well-equipped retail package containing the usual user manuals and a protective, transparent silicone case. There's also the 30W VOOC Flash Charge 4.0-enabled charging brick and the accompanying USB-A to USB-C cable also used for data transfers.
Realme doesn't care about the x2, they can't unlock the sms app, they've publicly said this in one of their 'ask the CEO' videos.
What do you mean by abandoned? Pls say what you know, smtin that i just updated yesterday.... Peepa on here will juat decide to talk down on a device juat cos their money aint close enough to get it...