Yesterday we had covered a leak regarding the 32MP Selfie Camera on the Realme X2 which is going to be launched in China soon, and now there’s an official announcement from Realme’s Social Media Handle that its going to bring a new processor which has never been used on any of the Realme phones yet. Yeah, it’s going to be the 8nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G Chipset. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G Chipset it said to perform 15% better in graphics than the Snapdragon 730, brings support for gaming in True HDR.
The Chipset is clocked at 2.2Ghz, comes with the Adreno 618 GPU, Qualcomm® Snapdragon X15 LTE modem, runs on Qualcomm® Kryo 470 CPU, Octa-core CPU and more. Other than just confirming the chipset, Realme also posted the official images of the Realme X2, in which the device looks like the rebranded Realme XT which was launched in India last week. The images reveal that it will be available in two colors Pearl White and Pearl Blue, will not come with a pop-up camera instead it will use the waterdrop notch design, have an in-display fingerprint scanner, quad-camera setup and more. According to the previous leaks, it will have support for 30W Super Fast VOOC Charging, Type-C port, 32MP Selfie Camera and more.
We will be one of the firsts to cover the launch event of the Realme X2 live in China so make sure you stay tuned to Android Updated.
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