Oppo has been dishing out great phones lately, and one of its latest releases is the Realme 2 Pro. People have started to dub it as one of the most affordable yet powerful phones out there because of its amazing specs. But what’s the real buzz on the Realme 2 Pro? Read on to find out.
Design & Construction
The Oppo Realme 2 Pro is almost indistinguishable from the F9 at first glance. They both sport tiny notches and large screens, with a fingerprint scanner at the back together with a set of dual cameras. But the Realme 2 Pro holds its own ground with its simple color choices: it comes in black, deep blue, and light blue.
With a total display area of 6.3 inches and an 84% screen-to-body ratio, the Realme 2 Pro is built with an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen that can wow you. Its high pixel density of 409ppi can produce sharp images and text. The Realme 2 Pro also has the Color OS 5.2, ensuring vivid color display and its screen is protected by Gorilla Glass.
When it comes to camera, the Realme 2 Pro can do pretty well. It’s equipped with a 16MP+2MP dual rear camera that has a depth sensor to help you take great pictures and a 16MP front camera you can use for selfies and videocalls.
The Realme2 Pro is powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset coupled with an Adreno 512 GPU. This means that performance-wise, the Realme 2 Pro packs quite a punch and can go toe-to-toe with its competitors’ processing speeds. It comes in 3 RAM variants: 4GB, 6GB and 8GB, which means that even at its cheapest RAM version, the Realme 2 Pro can still handle mobile gaming and heavy apps pretty well. As for storage, it comes in 64GB and 128GB variants that allows for plenty of space to keep photos and videos in. You can even expand it up to 256GB through the microSD slot. The Realme 2 Pro also has a non-removable 3500mAH battery which can last you a good while.
All in all, the Realme 2 Pro is something we should all get excited about. Coming from Oppo, we can only expect that this smartphone will come at a budget-friendly price.