If in the smartphone sector, innovations have hardly come this year, we can instead speak of revolution if we name the Realme brand, yes, because now if the thought goes to a cheap smartphone, we no longer find ourselves in the hands with a poor quality and performance but rather to real top of the range, like the Realme X2 Pro that does not miss anything.
In fact, this terminal has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor and a selling price of only 389 euros, but also the support of the community that for a few days (at least in China) has been free to tweak with the smartphone by unlocking the bootloader without invalidating the guarantee, while for all ordinary users good news is in the air, thanks to a firmware update that could (positively) distort the general user experience.
Realme X2 Pro is updated with improvements for camera and display at 90 Hz
The update for Realme X2 Pro arrives to the vRMX1931EX_11_A.07 version and is currently being rolled out in India. The update promises two important improvements: the first linked to the photographic sector and the second linked to the display, bringing the refresh rate to 90 Hz. As regards the camera, a rear quad camera, the update affects some software optimizations as well as the nocturnal amodality and the qualitative yield of HDR.
The changelog does not dwell much on further specifications, but ends with the usual correction of some small bugs and optimizations aimed at improving the stability of the system. As mentioned before, the firmware update for Realme X2 Pro is being released via OTA in India, but in the next few days it should also begin to peep globally. So if you are considering buying a top of the range, you could do more than think about this jewel, perhaps by following our offers.