Worth to upgrade over Realme1?
16 Sep 2018 by Review
Realme 2 the successor to Realme 1. Is a absolute piece of beauty in terms of design. But can only be design taken into consideration? no. Consumers were deliberately waiting for a upgrade of Realme 1 cause it is a superb phone no doubt but still had some major cons in it. So now that realme 2 is a complete solo project meaning. This time Realme broke their tie-up with OPPO. There are many changes in the phone itself like stunning design as usual which is a illusion that makes you feel that it is a glass body but no it's a plastic body design but looks beautifully crafted, then interestingly Realme this time went with the trend and inserted a notch display you heard me right you will get a 19:9 aspect ratio, then this time they included fingerprint sensor which was missing in Realme 1, then dual camera setup so you can capture some good bokeh effect shots meaning portrait shots and for the price it captures some good shots, and as we come to price section its base model which is 3GB+32GB is priced at INR 8,990. Now that we saw some good positive side of it. So lets discuss its negitive side too. Now that its made of plastic it is prone to scratches and fingerprint too, here comes the most upset thing this guy packs SD 450 which is a major downgrade from helio P60 which we found on Realme 1. P60 was famous to compete with SD 630, 636 and even 660 which are some powerful processors but this time a major disappointment in processor section, then selfies are not that good could be because they broke with OPPO (hope you get my sarcasm) even when you shoot videos on it there you would find some noise in the video too and lastly slow in charging I know it can be pretty hard to charge such a huge battery 4,230mAH but still way better slow. Hope they fix such minor issues in next OTA updates.
Pros Stunning design A notched screen with thin bezels Fingerprint scanner, among other goodies as 3.5mm port, FM radio A dual-camera with native portrait shots and good image quality Low-price Cons Plastic, prone to scratches and fingerprints Unimpressive processor performance Uninspiring selfies, mono audio in videos Slow to charge