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Official Render shows off Realme X2 Pro in “Poseidon” Colorway

The highly anticipated Realme X2 Pro will be officially announced on October 15th during an official launch event in Spain and China.

Ahead of it’s unveiling, Realme’s CMO has posted the first-ever official render of the device on his Chinese Weibo microblog today. Dressed in a so-called “Poseidon” colorway, the Realme X2 Pro features a quad-camera setup which is affixed to the center.

That’s something which sets it apart from the current Realme X2, which has a quad-camera module located at the top-left corner.

Realme X2 Pro specifications revealed

Besides having our first look at the Realme X2 Pro, we are also being treated with the device’s key specifications, courtesy of it’s TENAA listing.

According to the listing, the device will arrive with a 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display. It has an overall footprint measuring 161.0 × 75.7 × 8.7 mm and weighs approximately 199 grams.

Under the hood, the Realme X2 Pro will be driven by the latest Snapdragon 855+ flagship SoC, alongside 6GB of RAM and 64GB onboard storage space. Although it’s TENAA listing only revealed one single model, but we do expect it to come with several higher-end models with more storage space. This is something necessary given that the X2 Pro will not support microSD expansion.

Moving on to it’s camera, it’s quad-camera setup will comprise of a 64 megapixels main snapper, a 13 megapixels telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, an 8 megapixels ultrawide angle lens, as well as a 2 megapixels depth sensor. On the front panel, it’s waterdrop notch will house a 16 megapixels selfie camera.

Previously, Realme had already confirmed that the X2 Pro will feature a Dual Stereo Speaker with Dolby Amos support, and will also come with the insane 50W SuperVOOC charging out of the box.

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