Semion, 03 Dec 2019Have the EU model, using it in the UK. 8gb ram. I cannot use the internet during a call (c... moreThats what is the problem with chineese brands.. they don't provide stock android.. Phones ok chinese brand comes woth their customised android based UI.. Yes, it provides many more features compared to stock android but also it includes many Bloatwares and unwanted apps, most of which you cannot uninstall or remove.. otherwise they provide pretty good hardware for a phone in very affordable price.. which is a plus
Have the EU model, using it in the UK. 8gb ram.
I cannot use the internet during a call (can only use the internet during a call when connected to wifi and but not 4g).
Gps module takes a while to connect to satellites, and it gets confused in central London, often losing connection and giving incorrect directions.
The screen causes a fair amount of eye strain after prolonged use.
The dolby atmos is basically useless. Cannot use it with Bluetooth devices, or access it in split screen mode to adjust settings (when watching a youtube music video etc). So far, it only works when listening to music via music player app.
Volume via headphone jack is only ok.
Camera is hit and miss. Some shots come out absolutely amazing/stunning, while others sometimes come out a bit mediocre?
Video quality is great in daylight. Questionable results though, during low light. No stability on front cam?!!
Camera Zoom creates a lot of distortion/noise.
The mic for recording is good but doesn't record well with loud music, so I wouldn't advise to take this to record at a concert etc.
Software is still slightly buggy/laggy and feels unrefined.
Unable to uninstall some apps as color os won't allow you to.
Cannot uninstall/disable the battery hogging digital wellbeing, which is a potent resource user.
Facebook (installer, manager, services) cannot be uninstalled, and only disabled. Bloatware.
Avast/360 constantly running. Unable to disable/uninstall.
User experience app constantly running in processes. Unable to disable.
Plus points - battery life is good. Stereo speakers are good. Gaming is good and very smooth. Watching movies/videos is good on screen and listening to sound via stereo speakers.
AnoM, 03 Dec 2019Both are not in the same price category and the specs are also quite different between the 2. ... moreDont listen to this guy. If you can afford this X2 Pro it means you can afford a Oneplus 7T. You'll get at least 3 OS upgrade, save your self a piece of mind, unless Oneplus 7T really is not available at your local store and you can only find X2 Pro and if you're after these specs.
ali0017, 02 Dec 2019X2 Pro highest spec just released in Malaysia for RM2399 ~ $573 for 12/256gb. Do you guys thin... moreBoth are not in the same price category and the specs are also quite different between the 2.
Just take which ever you can afford. Meaning if you can afford Realme X2 Pro, of course is much better.
However if you think it is too expensive, then stay with Mi9T Pro.
Both are the best budget high end smartphone you can buy for the price. Advantage Realme X2 Pro over Mi9T Pro would be bigger storage and RAM, UFS 3.0, 90hz screen, 50 watt charging, 855+ chipset. However, Realme X2 Pro comes with notched screen, while Mi9T Pro is notchless.
Why no 4g+ in Realme X2 Pro
Even the 1 year old Poco F1 has it.
Took 2 Jio SIM on same plan, inserted in Realme and Poco. Held together and did speed test.
Average speed on multiple tests.
Relalme X2 Pro - 15Mbps
Poco F1 - 50Mbps
Why a flagship killer doesn't even have a crucial feature which was even there in last year's phones?.
ciberboss2000, 30 Nov 2019battery life is good or not thankfor me its not, 12/256 CN rom =(
ali0017, 02 Dec 2019OP 7T is better than? OP 7T is better then? for 600$
Realme X2 pro would be go up Android 10 with Colour 7 on this Jan 2020.Waiting...
ali0017, 02 Dec 2019X2 Pro highest spec just released in Malaysia for RM2399 ~ $573 for 12/256gb. Do you guys thin... moreIf buy with 3 free gift then worth. If buy phone only not worth feel like price high because high demand.
X2 Pro highest spec just released in Malaysia for RM2399 ~ $573 for 12/256gb. Do you guys think it is worth it? Or should i go with Mi 9T Pro 8/128 for 400$ ?
ahmad, 26 Nov 2019just software china version dose not have google play store yes.you can flash global versi... moreSo far no guide yet in flashing rom. As the partition is different in EU and CN rom. Please take note
the placement of the realme logo is so awkward !! anyway who cares, everyone is using their own protective colorful/design case.
Finally got a 12/256 version of Realme X2 Pro a few days ago and even after buying it I was not convinced because of some youtubers reviews most of them based on earlier versions or Chinese versions. But after a few days I’m pleased I bought it! Here are my pros and cons so far.
Pros: Super Amoled is really good on pair with other high end phones, just try the build in youtube player (not the browser) to play any 4K, HDR video and you’ll see what I mean; 50W charging indeed takes +-30 mins to fully charge battery (100%). I was expecting along with high temperatures but no, just a warm battery (not HOT) similar to standard phones charging at 2A (you can also use lower power chargers); Sound quality is very good, audio level at 50% is enough to call it high! Also remember this phone has two stereo speakers! (Tip. Leave Dolby Atmos enabled and set to “Music” for balanced sound); Finger print sensor is very fast but also precise even after applying a screen protector (tip. Reregister fingerprints after applying screen protector); ColourOS is a good surprise! Initially I was thinking to buy this phone and then switch OS as soon as possible (LineageOS crossed my mind) but after using COS for a few days I don’t see a reason to change it! (tip. You can use phone with no navigation key, just change navigation mode to Swipe Gestures it’s really nice!; Battery easily crosses 24h and sometimes is near to 48h (at least for me!!). I’ve just checked battery menu and is saying Used: 1 days 23 hours, Screen On: 8 hours 23 mins and Available: 9 hours and 29 mins (this comprises most of the time exploring the new toy, less than 1h playing TV streaming, a lot of software installation and setup, a few test photos and YouTube videos, 2h browsing Internet, 1h on social apps,…no gaming yet!). Settings in use: smart performance mode on (default), sleep standby optimization on, screen is off - not using always on clock and stuff, auto screen off set to 2 mins. Also related with battery use you can choose when to use 60Hz or 90Hz screen refresh rate and improve battery life; Good sound quality for phone calls on both handheld and hands-free operation, speaker or mic both are good no complaints so far!
No time to use camera properly … just a few photos but quality is high and software simple to use, really liked the SLO-MO mode and the expert mode user interface.
Cons: slightly heavy but far from becoming uncomfortable even for long usage periods (weight well balanced on hands); Screen ratio means small side bars when horizontal (yes you can zoom or fit image to get full screen, so not really a problem); Audio level is usable up to 90% since audio quality diminishes above that, but still usable and very loud; No notification LED (really Realme? A tiny led!) ; No built-in radio, not a must but nice to have (mixed info seams there are X2 pro versions with radio?); No SD card slot means that you should (must?) go for 128 or 256GB versions, also notice that these versions include UFS3.0; Bluetooth Aptx does not show up on phone specs at GSMArena, but someone at Xda-developers says it does support stating “Aptx HD is standard on all Snapdragon phones after Android 8.1….” can anyone confirm this?
Someone asked about updates, my phone 1st update was android security patch from 5th of November 2019.
My phone model is RMX1931 version RMC1931EX_11_A.06.
RaikageMarvz37, 30 Nov 2019yeah i've changed it now, and i charged it again lately, im still observing it, thanks menbattery life is good or not thank
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2019Use 60hz at some places and battery saver mode.yeah i've changed it now, and i charged it again lately, im still observing it, thanks men
Natzy, 25 Nov 2019Does it really support band 28 (700 Mhz)? It was not stated in the specs here but in Europe (... morei'm from india
i can see full details in official website realme.com
realme x2 pro supported 4g bands:1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,17,18,19,20,26,28,34,38,39,40&41
Anonymous, 23 Oct 2019Bro watch mathhew moniz and you will see oneplus 7t is the only oneplus device which got dead ... moreBro as i have used both x2 PRO and OP7t for quite a while, i feel your theory is not right. While using OP7t we feel using a premium device largely due to the uncluttered and polished user experience due to oxygen OS, X2 pro feels a bit underwhelming bcoz of the cheap color quotient and also a bit unresponsive at times.battery back up also nothing to shout about, as both are in a way same.BRAND VALUE IS A BIG FACTOR AS WELL AS TIMELY UPDATES. i would say x2 pro is mass and Op7t is class.Camera bump is subjective as iphone and pixels are having it and its gonna be the design trend of 2020.