Oppo Realme 2 Pro Price Features News Availability

Realme 2 Pro Price | Specification | Performance | Battery. The Realme 2 Pro comes hot on the heels of the Realme 2, which itself came just a few months after the Realme 1.  However, the Realme 2 was a bit of strange iteration. It added a fingerprint scanner and a dual-lens camera — both missing from the first — but actually shrunk the resolution and downgraded the SoC. This was likely because Realme recently broke away from Amazon and Oppo to form its own separate entity and wanted to make a name for itself.

The Realme 2 Pro runs on the ColorOS 5.2 based on Android 8.1 Oreo. The design language has also changed while the whole diamond pattern back on previous models has been scrapped. This time, the back gets plain color options with the oval fingerprint sensor, dual rear cameras, and the Realme logo. The smartphone packs a 3500mAh battery, although there were no mentions of fast charging support.

Finally for the exciting news, which is most probably the prices. The base model that comes with 4GB/64GB is priced at Rs 13,990. The slightly larger 6GB/64GB comes in at Rs 15,990 and finally, the full-fledged 8GB/128GB variant will cost you Rs 17,990. Although the more exciting news is that the smartphone will be made available outside India. Global rollout will be announced on October with a possible launch in Nepal as well.

Realme 2 Pro Specifications:

  • 6.3 inch 1080×2340 pixel 19.5:9 aspect ratio IPS LCD display
  • Aluminium frame, Plastic back
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC
  • Adreno 512 GPU
  • 16MP f/1.7 + 2MP dual back camera
  • 16MP f/2.0 selfie camera
  • 4GB, 6GB, 8GB RAM options
  • 64GB and 128GB storage options expandable up to 256GB
  • 3500mAh battery
  • Black, Deep Blue, Light Blue color options
  • Price in India: INR 13,990 (4GB+64GB)
    • INR 15,990 (6GB+64GB)
    • INR 17,990 (8GB+128GB)

This is not a big deal by any stretch. You can certainly live with marginally slower transfer speeds and occasionally needing to make sure your plug is the right way around (USB Type-C: it’s reversible!). However, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find compatible chargers and devices for that old format. Since most of us keep our smartphones for a good few years, that will only get worse. This is poor future-proofing. Other manufacturers have shown you can include a USB-Type C at a budget price, so I’m not sure why it’s absent here.

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  1. For really great latency, you want your HDMI transmitter and receiver to work at around 1ms. Those numbers seem small, but they translate into giant performance issues.

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