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Oppo’s sub-brand Realme is all set to launch the worthy successor of its Realme 1 smartphone next week. The company had officially confirmed about the Realme 2 Pro during Realme 2 launch in August, and has already sent out official media invites last week.

Yesterday, company showcased the device in an official video. Today, in an interview Mr. Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme Mobiles, shared some more information about the device.

As we all know that the device will sport a waterdrop notch screen with a 19:9 aspect ratio. The device will also feature dual camera setup on the rear followed by a fingerprint sensor in the middle. These all are true upgrades over the Realme 1. Right? 

Well confirming all these, Mr. Sheth revealed that the smartphone will have a screen-to-body ratio of 91% and will carry Snapdragon 660 processor under the hood.

Realme, Realme 2 Pro, Realme 2 Pro chipset, Realme 2 pro Snapdragon processor, realme 2 pro specs, realme 2 pro tech specs, realme 2 pro featuresYes, you read it right. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660  chipset. Comparing the upcoming mobiles mainly Samsung he said, there are lot of other brand’s in the market which offer a downgrade processor in the phone say SD 450 or something at a price around Rs.25000.

He also added that Realme 2 Pro will not only include SD 660 but also come loaded by lots of AI features on board. He also give a hint about the pricing, and said, it is definitely going to be in between Rs.10,000-20,000.

Apart from this Mr. Madhav said there are lot of surprises coming from the brand. The major one is going to be Realme’s own Operating System. You might aware that Realme uses Oppo’s Color OS which has some of its own problems and as a result they’re planning something.

We are waiting for Realme’s own OS and for Realme 2 Pro as well. What are your thoughts about the brand and Realme 2 Pro? Do let us know in the comments down below and till then stay tuned on theunbiasedreview for more updates!


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