Chinese smartphone maker Vivo had recently announced the Realme X2 smartphone for the Chinese market. While the same device is set to debut in India later this year as the Realme XT 730G, it would appear the brand is all now set to release the Vivo X2 – an enhanced variant of the X2 in the Chinese market.
Realme’s Product Director Wang Wei Derek had recently made a post with a new device dubbed the Realme X2 Pro. The post has since been edited, however, in the post-Derek asked fans to guess on the pricing of the Snapdragon 855 Plus powered 4G phone. In the comments of the same post, he hinted that the phone could be priced around 4,000 Yuan ($560). We now have more evidence the device exists, and in fact, could be launching soon.
The device which is expected to launch with the SD 855 SoC will debut later in mid-October. The launch date was tipped by a Chinese tipster, though with a nit too proven track record. In addition to the Snapdragon 855+ SoC, a separate leak from China suggests the device will come with a 90Hz display and the 50W VOOC fast charging technology. We do not have all the details on the ext launch date, and pricing in China at the moment.