UPDATE: Realme CMO Xu Chi’s latest post on Weibo states that the Realme X2Pro is the Realme’s first SD855+ smartphone.
Original post follows…
Wang Wei Derek who is the Product Director of Realme China had recently added a Weibo post with a phone named Realme X2Pro. The post has been deleted. However, the moniker suggests that it could be a more powerful version of the Realme X2 phone that is powered by Snapdragon 730G. A Chinese tipster with plausible track record has claimed that the Realme X2Pro will in mid-October.
Shown above is the screenshot of the deleted post that reveals the Realme X2Pro name. In the post, Derek has also said that the phone is codenamed as Super Warrior. In another post, Derek has asked Realme fans to guess on the pricing of the Snapdragon 855 Plus powered 4G phone. In the comments of the same post, he hinted that the phone could be priced around 4,000 Yuan ($560).
According to a Chinese tipster, the Realme X2Pro will debut in China in mid-October. Considering the fact that it could be the Realme RMX1931 phone that was spotted on Bluetooth SIG last week, it could be coming with features like full HD 6.55-inch display, Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi and ColorOS 6.0. It may come with a 4,000mAh battery. However, the listing stated that it is powered by 2.84GHz octa-core processor from Qualcomm which could be the Snapdragon 855 phone. Hence, it is advisable to wait for further reports to know whether the Realme X2Pro exists for real and whether it has SD855 or SD855+ chipset.