Realme, a subsidiary of Chinese smartphone maker Oppo, continues to expand its smartphone portfolio to grow further in the markets in which it operates and especially in countries such as China and India that have embraced the brand just over a year ago.
And after the release of Realme X2 with Snapdragon 730G a few days ago, the company is already starting to advertise the next release, Realme X2 Pro. Having already been confirmed with Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset and 90 Hz refresh rate screen, proving to be an obvious flagship, Realme now confirms that the device will be announced in Spain “very soon”, and also takes the opportunity to reveal teasers about the product.
Additionally, Realme has started to highlight some of the device’s key camera features, which should keep the same set of Realme X2 with four main sensors, including the 64MP resolution main camera, 8MP with 115º wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens and a depth-of-field sensor.
Highlighted modes include the macro using the ultra-wide camera and Portrait Lens, which promises to raise the quality of portrait mode on the brand’s smartphones. Realme also confirms the possibility of 20x hybrid zoom with the telephoto lens.
Other details have not been confirmed yet, but Realme has revealed that the new flagship will be announced in the European and Asian markets simultaneously as such action has been confirmed by the company itself. The date of the announcement is still unknown, but news should come soon.