Oppo, the smartphone manufacturer from China that is making its hold stronger in the Asian market is ready for another launch. The company has worked really hard to cover the vast audience of smartphone users in Asia. Recently, Oppo has launched smartphones varying from low-budget to high-end devices in order to broaden its market. The company has launched Oppo Find X which was the center of attention due to its motorizing camera. The in-body slidable camera makes the possibility for the phone to achieve high screen to body ratio for providing a full front display that even iPhone X wasn't able to do. Now, the company is bringing another affordable smartphone for the users. Oppo Realme 2 will be coming next week that will fall under the most affordable smartphone category for the users. The Realme 2 is coming as an upgrade to Oppo Realme 1 launched by the company in May this year. The immediate success of the phone is the reason that Oppo is launching its upgrade just after three months. Realme 2 comes with enhanced features and improved hardware support under affordable price range.
Oppo has made significant changes to the design of the Realme 2 in order to add the contemporary trends. Yes, we are talking about the bezel and display of the phone. Oppo Realme 2 has the minim bezel that is reduced very much by the company. Besides, the display comes with a popular notch at the top that makes Realme to acquire bigger screen compared to its predecessor. The body of Realme 2 is built of metal, and the front part is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The basic design pattern of the phone is similar to its predecessor. At the back of the phone, you will find the Oppo’s fashionable diamond texture design that it usually offers with flagship phones, but made an expedition with Realme. The attractive design is one of the best highlights of the Realme 2 that makes Realme 2 look more premium. Apart from that, the Realme 2 rear camera is placed in the same position as the left corner, but instead of one, there are two lenses. The rear dual camera enclosed in an elliptical box instead of a circle beside the LED light. At the bottom of the Realme 2, you will see the Realme logo. Rest of the body design remains the same to its predecessor, and the volume key is at the left and power/lock button at the right side of the phone. Good news is that the 3.5mm jack is intact and placed beside the micro USB charging port.
Oppo Realme 2 comes with a surprising update from the company that could lead to a good sale. The hardware support of Realme 2 has been improved by the company without hiking the price much. The Oppo Realme 2 owns a 6.2 inch IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen that offers 720 X 1520 Pixel resolution. Along with this the Realme 2 with 82.1% screen to body ratio that is due the impressive 19:9 aspect ratio. Honestly offering the 19:9 aspect ratio at this price range is an unrivaled step by the company. The Realme 2 runs on a Qualcomm SDM450 Snapdragon 450 chipset that is coupled with Octa-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A53 Processor. The processing unit of Realme 2 has given the support of 3/4GB RAM and 32/64GB of internal storage. The camera department of the phone now comes with a dual camera having 13MP+2MP along with an LED flash. The Realme 2 rear camera offers all the essential camera features including HDR, panorama, and autofocus. The Realme 2 front camera remained the same with the 8MP lens but has given the HDR support by the company. Talking about the Realme 2 battery, it has experienced a massive upgrade from 3410mAh to 4230 mAh.
Similar to the last iteration of the series the company will be putting the Oppo Realme 2 on a flash sale online. Earlier this month the company announced the smartphone mentioned the launch date somewhere in September. Last week, Oppo updated the users that the Realme 2 would be launching on September 4 via Flipkart. This means the Realme 2 will be available for the busters online on Flipkart. The 3GB with 32GB internal storage will cost Rs 8990, and the 4GB/64GB variant will come at a price of Rs 10,990.
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Akash Singh Chauhan is a senior writer at MobileAppDaily and he mainly covers all the latest happenings and tweaks in mobile app technology. Being an Engineering graduate he is always compelled to the technology and tries to discover new trends in the tech world. Along with any tech news he also never misses a single episode of ‘Dragon Ball’.Follow