RealMe Releasing RealMe 2 Pro In Pakistan.

Oppo sub-brand RealMe Soon Releasing the Flagship Realme 2 pro In Pakistan


RealMe, the Oppo sub-brand will be launching its first smartphone in Pakistan soon. After the release of Realme 1 by Oppo, the company  separated from its parent company and came up with the Realme 2 as its first offering; a standalone brand. Now, the company has introduced the second device called the Realme 2 Pro, which will be a  much more advanced phone.

Realme 2 Pro features a beautiful design and the front of the smartphone is dominated by the huge 6.3-inch display with a waterdrop notch. Realme 2 Pro looks and feels premium with rounded corners. Screen is scratch resistant thanks to Gorilla Glass protection. Small notch on the top houses single 16 MP camera, ear piece and other sensors.

This phone is 9.2% close to bezeless. Sides and top bezel is minimal but the bottom bezel is quite thicker. However, this smartphone has high screen to body ratio of 90.8%.

Realme 2 Pro features a unique back design made of polycarbonate resin and it is the same material that is used for the frame too. The unique finish at the rear is said to be a result of multiple rounds of injection molding that is meant to give a satisfactory look and feel. This attractive device comes in 3 different colors. The Black Sea, Blue Ocean and Ice Lake globally but only The Black Sea variant which will release in Pakistan sum up with waterdrop notch looks so premium and attractive.Back of the device houses dual camera 16 & 2 MP with flash LED and fingerprint sensor. Realme 2 Pro has dual sim plus a storage expansion slot and Yeah it got a 3.5mm Headphone jack.

The internals are amazing, Realme 2 comes with 8/128 GB of storage. Having Snapdragon 660 processor and Adreno 512 GPU that mean you can play high graphics games like PUBG easily on the device.

Though the design looks unique, the rear panel is a fingerprint magnet. However, there is a silicon case bundled with the device that leaves us free from rubbing the fingerprint marks and smudges all the time.

the authorArbab Fahim

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