In September, Realme had launched the Snapdragon 712 SoC powered Realme XT smartphone in India. At the event, the Chinese manufacturer had confirmed that a Snapdragon 730G processor edition of the device dubbed as the Realme XT 730G would go official in December. Last week, Realme had confirmed that it will be holding a launch event on December 17th in India to announce the Snapdragon 730G powered phone. The Realme XT 730G debuted in China in September with the Realme X2 moniker. Now, a fresh tweet from Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth has revealed that the device will also be launched in India with the Realme X2 moniker. Alongsie, the company will be also unleashing the all new Realme Air Buds.
The tweet features a launch poster which states that the Realme X2 is a “64MP Performance Xpert” phone and it will be made official at 12:30pm on December 17th. Apart from the Snapdragon 730G SoC, the tweet confirms that phone is confirmed to arrive with 32-megapixel selfie camera and 30W SuperVOOC fast charging technology.
Realme X2 Specifications and Features
The Realme X2 has a 6.4-inch S-AMOLED display with waterdrop notch. It offers 1,080 x 2,340 pixels full HD+ resolution and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. For shooting selfies, it has a 32-megapixel selfie camera. On its back is a quad camera setup that includes a Samsung GW1 64-megapixel main lens, a 119-degree 8-megapixel ultrawide lens, a 2-megapixel macro sensor with 2cm focal length and a 2-megapixel depth assist sensor.
The Realme X2 draws power from a 4,000mAh battery that supports 30W fast charging through USB Type-C. Android 9 Pie overlaid with ColorOS 6 runs on the device. It is equipped with an in-screen fingerprint sensor.
In China, the Realme X2 comes in 6GB and 8GB RAM options and 64GB / 128GB storage models. It carries a starting price of RMB 1,599 (~Rs 16,100) in China.
In related news, it is speculated that the company will reportedly collaborate with Lucas Films to announce a special Realme X2 Star Wars Edition smartphone. The handset is rumoured to first hit the Chinese markets before arriving in other countries including India.