Oppo introduced the SuperVOOC charging back in June 2018 with the Find X Lamborghini Edition and we managed to test its as impressive in real life as it is on paper. Now the technology is reaching Realme and the X2 Pro will arrive with it in four days. In order to showcase how fast the charging actually is, the brand posted a neat video, showing the phone going from 1% to 100% in 30 minutes 53 seconds.
Previously, the company confirmed the Snapdragon 855+ chipset, the 90 Hz display and the 256 GB UFS3.0 storage.
This, combined with the quad-camera setup, featuring ultrawide, 64MP normal and telephoto units is shaping to be one of the most intriguing devices on the smartphone market. Even more so if Realme manages to retain the super aggressive pricing that helped it shoot to prominence.Realme X2 Pro live image, shared by Indian CEO Madhav Sheth
The Realme X2 Pro is debuting on October 15 and we will be on site to bring you our first hand impressions of it.
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Yes it is safe, because this phone is fabricated with 2 different batteries that charge simultaneously. On top of that the cooling on this phone is also good so it never gets too hot.
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