Reality X2 was launched in India last month, which is almost the same as Reality XT. But the Reality X2 has a more powerful processor, faster charging and a higher resolution front camera. This phone has an attractive feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, which is designed for the game lovers. This processor claims to give better graphics performance than the Snapdragon 730. Reality X2 is the first smartphone of its segment to come with this processor. We have used this phone for 15 days.
Reality X2 Design
The design of Reality X2 is very similar to Reality XT. If both phones are kept together then it is quite difficult to distinguish between them. Although the Pearl Green variant is very different. This color variant has so far only come for Reality X2. The color trim has a glossy frame, while the rest of the color variants come with a matte finish. The build quality and finish is excellent. The phone does not slip too much. The screen is quite large. In such a situation, it is not easy to use the phone with one hand.
The smartphone has a 6.4-inch full-HD + display. It is a super amoled panel and has an in-display fingerprint sensor. The display has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection. Reality has given this same glass on the back side. The display also proves to be better for outdoor use and the automatic brightness feature also works well. In AMOLED display, it is good to see multimedia content with better contrast. Realme X2 has L1 certification, so you can stream HD content on Netflix and Prime Video.
Reality X2 is the most attractive feature processor. It has Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, which is in phones like Samsung Galaxy A80 and Oppo Reno 2. Both phones cost more than this phone. In such a situation, keeping the price of the phone below Rs 20,000 is an achievement for the company. Three variants of Reality X2 have been launched in India – 64 GB storage (Rs 16,999) with 4 GB RAM, 128 GB storage (Rs 17,999) with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage (Rs 19,999) with 8 GB RAM.
Realme X2 Performance
The 8 GB model of Reality X2 ran as expected and this phone is very smooth. The in-display fingerprint sensor works very fast and its face recognition also works well. The thing to note is that this phone does not heat up. Despite using the camera outside the house for a long time, the back of the phone did not heat up. Reality X2 did well in gaming. We played powerful graphics like PUBG and Arena of Valor for testing. Both of these were very well used on this phone. Not only this, the performance of Realme X2 is also good in terms of audio quality. It has only one speaker. But it comes with Dolby Atmus enhancements. This gives a boost to mid-range and low frequencies. The fun of watching videos on the big screen is something else.
Once the Reality X2 is fully charged, it can be run very easily for about a day. Its battery is 4,000 mAh. The charging speed of this phone is astonishing. Reality X2 was able to charge zero to 60 percent in just half an hour. The phone took an hour to charge 95 percent, which is possible due to the VOOC Flash Charge 4.0 feature and the 30 watt charger in the retail box.
Reality X2 Camera
Reality X2 will have a 32 megapixel selfie camera. Its aperture is F / 2.0. The camera shoots a common selfie in native resolution. But in portrait mode, the pixels bind and go to 8 megapixels. Using the front camera in good light, we found that the image quality was excellent and the detail was also good. Colors are accurate and exposures are generally balanced. It is possible to use nightscape mode with a selfie camera. It corrects exposure in low light areas. It is worth noting that with Reality X2, you will be able to shoot 1080 pixels selfie video. The details were captured in good light. Colors came to Natural. The 64-megapixel primary camera takes 16-megapixel photos by default. The image quality was excellent during testing. The objects were sharp and fully defined. Also HDR did the right thing. To click a photo with 64 megapixels, you will need to set it manually. Reality X2 really leads the success of Reality XT. This is another great all-rounder smartphone for under Rs 20,000. Realme X2 has Dewdrop Notch.