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    Realme X2 Pro with VOOC flash charge and superfast Snapdragon chip launched at Rs 29,999

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    The phone comes in an 8GB+128GB and a 12GB+256GB variant.

    Realme X2 Pro is available in neptune blue and lunar white colours.
    Chinese smartphone maker Realme has just dropped its much-awaited, flagship smartphone Realme X2 Pro in India. The phone comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chip and is available at the starting price of Rs 29,999.

    The CEO of Realme Mobiles, Madhav Sheth on November 20, tweeted about the first-ever invite-only sale of Realme mobiles which goes live on 26th November. The CEO said that he has 5,000 invites with him and that the invite-only customers get free Realme wireless buds worth ₹1799.

    The 8GB+128GB variant costs Rs 29,999 while the 12GB+256GB variant is priced at Rs 33,999. The device is powered by ‘50W Super VOOC Flash Charge’ which, as claimed by Realme, charges phone to 100% in just 35 minutes.

    Realme X2 Pro is available in neptune blue and lunar white colours. Sheth tweeted that the Realme X2 Pro Master Edition is designed by Naoto Fukasawa in ‘Concrete’ & ‘Red Brick’ colour variants.


    The phone has a 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with HDR10+, anti-glare and a built-in night mode.

    It also comes with a rear quad camera setup comprising 64MP main lens, 13MP 2x optical zoom lens, 8MP 115 degree super wide angle anti-distortion lens and a portrait lens.

    The official Twitter handle of Realme mobiles has been promoting the flagship phone with the hashtag #FasterSharperBolder. It will be interesting to see if X2 Pro will live up to the hype.

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