Realme has confirmed in a tweet that the upcoming Realme X2 Pro will come with 50W SuperVOOC Flash Charge technology. The company hasn’t mentioned how fast will it charge the phone, but it did say that ‘your smartphone' will be 'ready for action in 35 minutes.’ Interestingly, the tweet was shared by the European arm of the company, which means that the phone is confirmed to debut in Europe and China. There is no info on the India launch.
The 50W SuperVOOC fast charging technology was previously seen in the Oppo R17 Pro, where the company claimed that the tech can fully charge a 3,700mAh battery in 35 minutes. Realme Europe also claims that this will be the ‘fastest charging speed in Europe’. Apart from the charging tech, the company also says that the Realme X2 Pro will be the first phone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ and 90Hz Fluid Display in its price segment.
????With SuperVOOC fast charging you can have your smartphone ready for action in 35 minutes— realme Europe (@realmeeurope) 3 October 2019
????Even while playing games on your smartphone, the battery will charge extremely fast
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The Realme X2 Pro will come with a quad rear camera setup that will include a 64MP primary sensor that produces 16MP binned images. There is an unidentified sensor with ultra-wide angle lens that will offer 115-degree field-of-view. The phone is also teased to come equipped with a ‘Super Macro’ lens with a focal length of 2.5cm. It will also have a dedicated lens to shoot Portraits, and it will also offer 20x hybrid zoom.
Recently, Xu Qi Chase, Realme Chief Marketing Officer, confirmed on Chinese social media website Weibo that the Realme X2 Pro will be the company's first product with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ and its code name is Super Warrior (translated via Google Translate). What’s interesting was that the executive shared the post via a phone called ‘Realme X2Pro Super Samurai’ -- a striking resemblance with the phone he is talking about.