The Realme X2 which is designated with the model number RMX1991 on China’s certification agency TENAA has just appeared on Geekbench today. The handset is set to launch in China tomorrow and is Realme’s first handset in the country to feature the 64MP camera. The Realme X2 comes just a matter of days after the company finished unwrapping the Realme Q series in the land of the Great Wall.
Coming to the Geekbench log, the RMX1991 has been detected with the SM6150 CPU (seen on Geekbench in December 2018) clocked at 1.80GHz. Now, this is the Snapdragon 675 SoC which is definitely not onboard the Realme X2. Geekbench tends to get CPU identities wrong in many instances and this seems to be one of those cases. It’s previously confirmed that the Realme X2 will feature a Snapdragon 730G SoC. The scores as well do look close to the capacity of that chipset and the handset runs Android 9.0 with 8GB of RAM.
There are a ton of official teasers that have revealed a lot about the Realme X2 before its launch. Starting with the display, Realme has confirmed an AMOLED panel with an in-display fingerprint reader and a 91.9 percent screen-to-body ratio. A 4,000mAh battery along with VOOC 4.0 that was just recently unveiled boasts 30W fast charging will also be present on the device as will be the 3D Glass design. And of course, the Realme X2 also has a 32MP front selfie shooter along with the quad-camera setup of the Realme XT. In essence, the Realme X2 is actually the Realme XT 730G that Realme has promised to India by December. However, the same handset will be first introduced in China and will be Realme’s most premium handset to date.