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    Realme X2 Pro launching with 135Hz sampling rate, In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

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    Realme will introduce the X2 Pro on October 15 with a Snapdragon 855+ chipset and a 90 Hz display like Oneplus 7T, but the list of impressive specs does not stop here.

    The company announced on its official Weibo account that the panel will have a 135 Hz touch sampling rate for quicker and more precise touches with TUV Rheinland eye protection, while underneath it will house an ultra-fast fingerprint scanner that should unlock the phone in 0.23 sec.

    Realme X2 Pro promoting the new features

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    Realme X2 Pro will also be the company’s first phone to come with 50W Super VOOC fast charging technology that will charge the rumoured 4,000mAh battery capacity to 100 per cent in just 35 minutes.

    In terms of optics, it will feature a powerful 64MP quad camera setup like Samsung’s 64MP GW1 sensor for the primary camera. The other three sensors include 13MP telephoto (with 3x optical zoom), 8MP ultrawide, and 2MP depth sensor units.

    Image result for realme x2 pro camera

    With Dolby Atmos, the Dual Stereo Speakers and a screen with such an impressive touch refresh rate is likely to bring the gaming experience to a new, higher level.

    With all these features, Realme X2 Pro looks like the best Snapdragon 855 Plus-powered flagship at a low price. Almost everything revealed about Realme X2 Pro except its price and availability, and for that, stay tuned till next Tuesday.

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