[Update: TENAA Images] Realme X2 Pro Full Specifications Live on TENAA Certification


Update: Images are now live. It seems the side-placed Realme logo is just for the promos as this Blue model has it on the usual centred position in at the bottom. Also, Realme CMO has shared official promotional images of the “Poseidon” version this afternoon.

The Realme X2 Pro is set for a curtain-raiser on the same day in China and Madrid. Realme China just revealed the October 15th launch date today while Realme Europe had revealed it yesterday. While the company has been teasing many marquee features of the device, its other vital specifications weren’t as widely available. Now, the handset has passed TENAA with the model number RMX1931 today spilling all the beans as to its design and specifications. The same model has also been detected on the Bureau of Indian Standards a couple of days back.

Coming to TENAA’s log of the device, it shows the Realme X2 Pro has a 6.5-inch AMOLED panel with Full-HD+ resolution while the physical dimensions of the entire device are 161.0×75.7×8.7(mm) and weight is 199g. The 2.96GHz frequency on the processor clearly shows that it will be a Snapdragon 855+ powered handset and TENAA doesn’t show any other variants except a 6GB + 64GB but we should see more than one variant for sure. The battery is mentioned as 1,950mAh but in actuality is double that size. There’s also a 50W fast charging on board that will make things very interesting.

The Realme XT has a quad-camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor as well as a 13MP in addition to an 8MP + 2MP sensor while the front has a 16MP sensor. The phone is still running Android 9.0 but we expect it to be one of the first Realme devices to get Android 10.0.

In terms of design, the Realme X2 Pro toes the line of the Reno Ace which is its closest cousin both in terms of looks and features. Thankfully, the handset doesn’t skip on the headphone jack and also has NFC and UFS 3.0 storage. October 15th will have two more big launches including the Google Pixel 4 and the OnePlus 7T (China).