After the successful Realme 1 which targeted towards 10-15k price range and the Realme 2 with the “notch” which competes in a similar price range that was
With the base variant of 4GB RAM and 64GB Internal Memory and sporting Snapdragon 660 Processor, Realme 2 Pro becomes the most value for money smartphone at the Rs.15,000 budget segment. With the waterdrop notch design and the high-end processor, Realme 2 Pro stands out from the competition. The phone will be exclusively available on Flipkart starting from 11th October 2018, with the first flash sale starting at midnight.
Realme 2 Pro Specifications :
- Display: 6.3-inch IPS LCD display with 2340×1080 pixels resolution, with a water-drop notch, 409PPI, Corning Gorilla Glass.
- Processor and GPU: Snapdragon 660 Octa-Core Processor and Adreno 512
- RAM/Storage Variants : 4GB/64GB , 6GB/64GB, 8GB/128GB, UFS 2.1
- Camera: 16MP + 2MP AI Dual Rear Camera, 16MP AI Front Camera
- Battery: 3500mAh
- Software: Android 8.1 Oreo-based ColorOS 5.2 version
- Three Variants: Ice Lake, Black Sea
Realme 2 Pro Pricing :
Although the device sports excellent specifications, it is priced very aggressively. We may expect a one-second-sold-out-flash-sales on Flipkart for this product. Here are the prices of its variants,
- 4GB RAM/ 64 GB ROM Variant – Priced at INR. 13990/-
- 6GB RAM/ 64 GB ROM Variant – Priced at INR. 15990/-
- 8GB RAM/ 128 GB ROM Variant – Priced at INR. 17990/-
Realme 2 Pro: Initial Impressions
Our primary point of interest in any phone is its performance – and as an extension, its processor. Realme 2 Pro sports a Snapdragon 660 processor which has a dedicated Artifical Intelligence Engine and claims to have improved networking and battery life – and naturally stands high on our list.
Design-wise, the first thing you will notice with the device is the water-drop notch which, although uninspired, looks beautiful. Realme really came through on what was said during the launch of their first mobile phone – that the design of their devices is high on their priority. The phone also doesn’t feel bulky or heavy and is comfortable to hold and looks good.
The Color UI still needs improvements and could be lighter. With our initial usage in the experience lounge, the phone isn’t blazing fast but the okay-ish. Maybe because of incomplete setup or the ColorOS 5.2 needs few optimizations. Camera output looked just fine. However, it is too soon to judge the device without a thorough review.
Realme C1: The Surprise!
There were leaks about the Realme 2 Pro earlier this week, but we were
Realme C1: Specifications and Pricing
6.2 inchnotch display
- Storage: 2GB RAM + 16GB Internal Memory, Expandable storage up to 256 GB
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 450
- Camera: 13MP + 2MP Rear Dual Camera and 5MP AI Front Camera
- Battery: 4230 mAh
- Price: Rs.6,999/- (
Initial Impressions of the Realme C1
Realme C1 is clearly targeting the lower-price market, pitting itself directly against the Redmi 6A. And as we’ve mentioned in our post earlier, Realme is clearly aimed to compete with the Redmi series of Xiaomi. With an introductory price of Rs.6,999, Madhav states that this phone will be on sale from 11th October on Flipkart and will be having exciting offers during the Big Billion Days.
Offering a Snapdragon 450 at this price is really worth your money and though we cannot really complain at the price, a 2GB/16GB variant severely compromises the number of apps you use and the general performance of a phone. The recently launched Realme 2 is a good alternative if you’re looking for something in-between the two phones launched now.
During our hands-on with the device, we felt that the Realme C1, unlike the Realme 2 Pro, which still runs on Color 5.1 OS is better optimized for the device and seems fluid. The phone looks pretty basic but
What do you think about the Realme 2 Pro and the Realme C1? Let us know in the comments.
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