The Snapdragon 660 chipset is coupled with three RAM + storage options - 4/64 GB, 6/64 GB, and 8/128 GB.
Being a smartphone form a brand targeted at youth, the Realme Pro 2 comes with three trendy color hues, namely Black Sea, Ice Lake, and Blue Ocean. It has a tall 19:9 aspect ratio with a display with a notch. The notch on top is in the shape of a dewdrop, according to Realme.
The phone will run the same OS though, the Android Oreo 8.1, along with the same ColorOS 5.2 skin that is found on all other Realme devices.
The modest Snapdragon 450 chipset is the driving force of the Realme C1. It's dual cameras will be aligned horizontally and there will be a circular shaped fingerprint sensor at the back.
If we talk about full specifications, the Realme 2 Pro sports a 6.3-inch FHD+ full-screen display with 90.8% screen-to-body ratio and a new dewdrop notch on top. The smartphone is otherwise expected to have the same design language as the Realme 2. After, several rumors and leaks, we got the Realme 2 Prio with Snapdragon 660 couple with 4/6/8GB RAM at the starting price of RS 13,999. The optics include a dual rear camera setup, which offers a 16MP f/1.7 aperture, 1/2.8-inch Sony IMX398 sensor, 1.12-micron pixel size sensor paired with a 2MP depth sensor, and a 16MP f/2.0 front-facing camera with AI Beauty 2.0.
The Realme 2 Pro sports a waterdrop notch as seen on the Vivo V11 Pro and Oppo F9 Pro. At the event in New Delhi today, the company said it has sold one million units of the Realme 1 and Realme 2 smartphones in India in just four months, which is indeed an impressive figure. The internal storage is of 16GB that can be expanded further using the MicroSD card slot.
A number of advanced features have been built in on Realme 2 Pro. The device supports dual 4G, and dual VoLTE, while you will find two 16-megapixel cameras on the back of the phone. The higher variant of 8GB+128GB retails at Rs 17,990. The company nearly got ridden of the notch on the top by implementing a waterdrop notch which only holds the front camera sensors.