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We've known since September that Realme would dispatch the Realme XT 730G this month, and that opportunity has at long last arrived. Presently known as the Realme X2, this is the organization's solution to Xiaomi's Redmi Note 8 Pro, which is one of the most dominant current-gen cell phones that you can purchase for not as much as Rs. 20,000.

The Realme X2 comes in at generally a similar value focuses as the Realme XT₹ 15,974 (Review), yet includes a substantially more dominant processor, snappier charging, and a higher-goals front camera. With everything taken into account, it is by all accounts a really average overhaul on paper. The fundamental fascination here however is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC, which is focused at gamers. This SoC is said to offer preferred designs execution over its partner, the Snapdragon 730, just as better generally execution contrasted with the Snapdragon 710 and 712. The Realme X2 is additionally the main telephone in this section to be worked around this chip, because of forceful valuing from Realme.

In case you're one of the numerous individuals continually paying special mind to a decent cell phone estimated under Rs. 20,000, you'll be pondering whether the Realme X2 is the best offering at the present time. We should see.

Realme X2 Structure

The Realme X2 conveys a similar structure DNA as the Realme XT, as opposed to the X2 Pro (Review) as its name would persuade. Physically, it's difficult to differentiate the two telephones, except if you get the new Pearl Green shading which is accessible for the X2 at this moment. This shading trim has a reflexive casing, rather than the matte completion on the other shading choices. Construct quality and finish are both great, and this telephone isn't frightfully dangerous. The back likewise has the equivalent 'hyperbolic' design that the XT had, which implies it will sparkle when light hits it as it moves.
realme x2 review, battery, specifications

The screen is still generally huge, so utilizing this telephone easily with one hand can be trying on occasion. Catch position is great and the design of the ports is additionally equivalent to on past Realme telephones, with the speaker, USB Type-C port, and earphone attachment all set at the base. The X2 bolsters expandable stockpiling and has a committed opening for a microSD card, notwithstanding the spaces for two Nano-SIMs.

The 6.4-inch full-HD+ (1080x2340) show is equivalent to what we saw on the Realme XT. It's a Super AMOLED board with an in-show unique finger impression sensor. The showcase additionally utilizes Gorilla Glass 5 for scratch security, and Realme has gone with a similar glass for the back board as well. The Realme X2 has a similar camera design as the XT, which distends a lot, however the packaged case levels this out.

The container content is comparative as well, comprising of a SIM discharge apparatus, a USB Type-C link, a case, and a quick charger. The last is new as this is the first Realme telephone to accompany VOOC Flash Charge 4.0, which underpins 30W quick charging. Basically, it's a similar Warp Charge 30T charger that is packaged with the more up to date OnePlus 7T₹ 34,994arrangement. We checked this by stopping the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition【₹58,999】into Realme's charger, and it recognized it as a Warp charger.

Realme X2 Particulars And Programming

The star of the Realme X2 is its processor. This is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC, which we've seen before in telephones, for example, the Samsung Galaxy A80₹ 35,798 and the Oppo Reno 2₹ 33,179(Review). 
realme x2 review, battery, specifications

Strikingly, both these telephones cost more than Rs. 30,000, so to offer the equivalent SoC for under Rs. 20,000 is a serious accomplishment for Realme. The Snapdragon 730G highlights eight Kryo 470 centers and an Adreno 618 GPU, the two of which are better than those found in the Snapdragon 710 and 712 SoCs. It's additionally based on the littler 8nm manufacture process, which should make it more power productive.

The Realme X2 has been propelled in three variations in India — one with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of capacity (Rs. 16,999); one with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of capacity (Rs. 18,999); lastly 8GB of RAM and 128GB of capacity (Rs. 19,999). All variations use LPDDR4X RAM and the UFS 2.1 blaze stockpiling standard. Other network highlights incorporate double band Wi-Fi air conditioning, Bluetooth 5, support for three satellite route frameworks, and the typical suite of sensors.

This telephone likewise underpins Google's Widevine L1 DRM affirmation, so recordings from applications, for example, Netflix can be gushed at higher-than-SD goals. The Realme X2 doesn't bolster FM radio however, which the XT did. The Indian form additionally needs NFC, yet this shouldn't be a serious deal for most.

The Realme X2 ships with ColorOS 6.1, much the same as the X2 Pro. The security fix was somewhat dated on our unit (October 2019), however ideally, this ought to be fixed soon. The product highlights are fundamentally the same as what we as of late observed in the Realme X2 Pro. There's Google's Digital Wellbeing, a framework wide dull mode, and a lot of signals and alternate routes to mess with. You likewise get heaps of preinstalled applications, and just the outsider ones can uninstalled. We've secured every one of the highlights previously, so remember to look at the Realme X2 Pro, Realme 5 Pro, and Realme XT surveys for every one of the subtleties.

Realme X2 Execution And Battery Life

We had the top-end 8GB model of the Realme X2 with us, and true to form, Android ran pretty easily. The in-show unique mark sensor was speedy at validation and we didn't experience any mis-peruses or bombed endeavors. You even get a lot of various liveliness styles for the unique finger impression position marker to look over. Face acknowledgment works very well as well and you can utilize it even in faintly lit conditions. There's no notice LED, however you can empower a simple consistently in plain view mode which gives you essential data, for example, the time and alarms from certain applications, for example, messages or missed calls.
realme x2 review, battery, specifications

We didn't confront any issues with warming. Indeed, even with substantial camera use outside, the back and sides of the telephone scarcely got warm, which is a decent sign. The Realme X2 likewise conveyed strong execution in games. We played PUBG Mobile, Asphalt 9: Legends, and Arena of Valor — all graphically concentrated titles — and they ran very well without making any extreme warming the X2. Interactivity was smooth even with the designs settings in Asphalt 9: Legends and PUBG Mobile wrenched as far as possible up. The telephone performed well in benchmarks as well. We got 267,419 focuses in AnTuTu and 59fps in GFXbench's T-Rex test.

Sound quality is another region wherein the Realme X2 fared well. It just has a solitary speaker yet there's Dolby Atmos upgrade that is on as a matter of course, and this helps support the mid-range and lower frequencies. The huge presentation is incredible for watching recordings, on account of its punchy hues, great review points, and more than palatable brilliance.

Indeed, even with overwhelming use, we were effectively ready to utilize the Realme X2 for an entire day, if not more. The 4,000mAh battery, combined with the 8nm SoC will effortlessly give you about a day and a portion of runtime with medium to light use. Shockingly, we didn't get a great runtime in our HD video battery circle test. The Realme X2 ran for only 13 hours and 11 minutes, which was lower than anticipated.
realme x2 review, battery, specifications

Charging speed was additionally noteworthy. We had the option to charge the Realme X2 from zero right to around 60 percent in 30 minutes, and up to 95 percent in 60 minutes. This is on account of the VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 element and packaged 30W charger.

Realme X2 Cameras

As far as cameras, the main thing that is new here contrasted with the Realme XT is the front camera. The XT utilizes a 32-megapixel forward looking camera, which has a f/2.0 gap. For typical selfies, the camera shoots pictures at the local goals, however in Portrait mode, the pictures are pixel-binned down to 8-megapixels.

Utilizing the front camera under great light, we saw picture quality as very noteworthy. Subtleties were strong, hues were exact, and presentation was commonly very much adjusted. In any event, when shooting against the light, we found the HDR to work quite well, uncovering our face and the foundation similarly well. Selfies in low-light looked very normal, however. There was obvious commotion in photographs, and subtleties weren't extraordinary.

The Realme X2 lets you use Nightscape for the selfie camera, which improved the presentation somewhat even in faintly lit regions. Be that as it may, this still needs more work, as on occasion, we wound up with some substantial pixel contortion in the last shots. The screen streak was brilliant and powerful in illuminating our face, even in dim situations.

The Realme X2 can shoot 1080p selfie recordings, and under great light, subtleties were great and hues looked normal. Recordings are balanced out, yet the electronic adjustment caused some gentle twisting when we moved about, and there's no real way to kill this. There's another bokeh mode for selfie recordings, which really worked quite well in any event, when we had two faces in the casing. It even shows you the foundation obscure impact continuously, as you're recording. Low-light selfie recordings aren't the best, however are acceptable given there's great fake lighting around.

The back cameras are basically a similar arrangement as the Realme XT. We have an essential 64-megapixel sensor with a f/1.8 opening; a 8-megapixel wide-point camera; a 2-megapixel profundity sensor; and a 2-megapixel large scale camera. The camera application offers similar highlights found in the Realme X2 Pro. You can shoot recordings utilizing the wide-edge camera; there's a 'Ultra Steady' shooting mode; and you can modify the degree of obscure when shooting Portrait stills and video.

Realme has guaranteed a 'Super Nightscape Portrait' shooting mode, which ought to land with a future programming update. It seems as if this will permit Nightscape to be utilized for Portrait shots as well, which ought to be intriguing.

The essential 64-megapixel camera catches oversampled 16-megapixel photographs as a matter of course. In light, we saw picture quality as generally excellent. Articles had sharp, well-characterized edges, subtleties were great, and HDR functioned admirably. The sides of each edge had a gentle sprinkling of commotion, yet this was just perceptible once we zoomed in the whole distance. We had some irregular self-adjust issues, particularly with close-up objects, however this wasn't diligent. Close-ups additionally looked great, with great shading immersion and a satisfying characteristic profundity impact.
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realme x2 camera sample review

We were content with the Portrait mode results as well. The committed profundity camera figured out how to recognize edges well indeed and our subject's face had great sharpness and detail. The full scale camera is helpful, yet subtleties weren't generally the best. In addition, you'll need adequate light to get great shots. The wide-edge camera was helpful as well, and barrel twisting wasn't excessively perceptible, if by any means. Subtleties and hues were great, yet not on a similar level as what the essential camera caught. In low light, this sensor isn't very useful, as subtleties were feeble and introduction was poor, even with Nightscape.
realme x2 camera sample review

realme x2 camera sample review

We found the video quality to best at 1080p 30fps, when utilizing the essential camera. Electronic adjustment functioned admirably and didn't cause any gleam when strolling about in light. The X2 can shoot at 4K as well, yet with no adjustment. The 'Ultra Steady' mode demonstrated us amazingly smooth video in the viewfinder, however the recorded video still had some perceptible jerkiness. In low light, there was recognizable grain in dim territories, and some observable contortion because of the electronic adjustment when we moved around.


The Realme X2 expands on the accomplishment of the Realme XT (Review), and is one more wonderful all-rounder valued beneath Rs. 20,000. It just bodes well to pick this over the Realme XT or even the Realme X₹ 16,780(Review) right now, since for more cash, you get a similar programming as the X2 Pro in addition to some decent equipment updates. The X2 is as yet utilizing a dewdrop indent however so in the event that it's style you're after, at that point the Realme X with its notchless screen and spring in advance camera is as yet the better wagered.

Low-light video quality could be refined a piece, and FM radio is missing, which was accessible with the XT. Other than this, it offers a decent show, solid battery existence with extremely quick charging, a competent arrangement of cameras, and excellent gaming execution. Regardless of whether you aren't a gamer, the Realme X2 is right now the best Realme telephone you ought to consider under Rs. 20,000.

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Great Cameras
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Fast Charging
Video Recording Is Not Good At Low Light

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