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Original Realme X2 Pro Mobile Phone 6.5 inch 90Hz Fluid Screen 6GB+64GB Snapdragon 855 Plus £361.98 @ Mobile Phone Mall/Aliexpress
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Original Realme X2 Pro Mobile Phone 6.5 inch 90Hz Fluid Screen 6GB+64GB Snapdragon 855 Plus £361.98 @ Mobile Phone Mall/Aliexpress

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  • OS: Android 9.0 CPU: Snapdragon 855 Plus Octa Core
  • SIM Card: Dual Nano Sim Display: 6.5 inch 2400 x 1080 pixels
  • RAM: 6GB / 8GB Front camera: 16.0MP
  • ROM: 64GB / 128GB Rear camera: 64MP + 13MP + 8MP + 2MP
  • Battery:4000mAh Feature: Fingerprint,NFC,SuperVOOC
  • Accessroies:
  • 1 x Phone
  • 1 x Tpye C Cable
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Eject Pin
  • 1 x Warranty Card
  • 1 x Protective Case
  • 1 x Power Adapter

Network:
  • 2G: GSM:850/900/1800/1900

2G: CDMA:BC0
  • 3G: WCDMA:B1/B2/B4/B5/B6/B8/B19

3G: CDMA2000:BC0
  • 3G: TD-SCDMA:B34/B39
  • 4G: LTE FDD:B1/B2/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8
  • B12/B17/B18/B19/B20/B26
  • 4G: TD-LTE:B34/B38/B39/B40/B41

If you aren't OK with spending this money on this type of site then please don't, there may be extra charges and long waits as well. Always a risk with these kinds of purchases, so do think thoroughly before diving in.

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Cheaper to buy in Europe for 399 euros from early November.
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Edited by: "smitha" 15th Oct
Mabbs15/10/2019 20:23

How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of …How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of getting notified even this goes live?



buy.realme.com/eu/…121

They have them listed with UK plug, its looking promising!

In case someone doesn't know btw, Realme are owned by BBK electronics. They also own Oppo and OnePlus.
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Evening mrswitch.
Would you say this or the mi 9t pro? Or even something more incredible?
finnmaccool15/10/2019 19:36

Evening mrswitch.Would you say this or the mi 9t pro? Or even something …Evening mrswitch.Would you say this or the mi 9t pro? Or even something more incredible?


Wow, looking at the specs on this, I'd be inclined to say this. Though the upcoming mi9 Pro looks to be the winner.
Don't like fluid screen cos my fingers get wet and shrivel up.
Shame about coloros though
Yup, amazing specs MS and a great deal. Heat added 🔥
Mrsweet15/10/2019 19:55

Yup, amazing specs MS and a great deal. Heat added 🔥


That VOOC 50w SuperCharge is just absolutely insane.
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 15th Oct
Red Magic 3s releasing tomorrow too. Looks really good
MrSwitch15/10/2019 19:57

That VOOC 50w SuperCharge is just absolutely insane.


It is insane!

But if we really, really want Mr S, we can pay lots more for another new phone and have a 2,800 MaH battery and 18w charging instead Google would like that anyway, what a disappointment
Cheaper to buy in Europe for 399 euros from early November.
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Edited by: "smitha" 15th Oct
dolanduck15/10/2019 20:05

Red Magic 3s releasing tomorrow too. Looks really good


It definitely does yeah.
Mrsweet15/10/2019 20:10

It is insane! But if we really, really want Mr S, we can pay lots more …It is insane! But if we really, really want Mr S, we can pay lots more for another new phone and have a 2,800 MaH battery and 18w charging instead Google would like that anyway, what a disappointment


Haha, pass!
smitha15/10/2019 20:16

Cheaper to buy in Europe for 399 euros from early November.[Image]


I may get that!
Me too
Only negative is their OS.
smitha15/10/2019 20:16

Cheaper to buy in Europe for 399 euros from early November.[Image]


How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of getting notified even this goes live?
Edited by: "Mabbs" 15th Oct
Mabbs15/10/2019 20:23

How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of …How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of getting notified even this goes live?


Its the oppo eu site. Just go on the site on the date and you'll be able to buy one, unable to post on here hence the reason I posted this
specs like these make it hard to buy other flagships ..hmm
Mrsweet15/10/2019 20:10

It is insane! But if we really, really want Mr S, we can pay lots more …It is insane! But if we really, really want Mr S, we can pay lots more for another new phone and have a 2,800 MaH battery and 18w charging instead Google would like that anyway, what a disappointment


Google banks on its (posh) customers charging wirelessly, using BT headphones (expensive of course) and buying Google Services (= cloud storage )

(Does it sound familiar?)

Good thing is, there's also 3a line for shallower pockets, but also Google- and/or camera-mad...

(I belong to the former, Google-mad brigade, because of my sins maybe)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 15th Oct
finnmaccool15/10/2019 19:36

Evening mrswitch.Would you say this or the mi 9t pro? Or even something …Evening mrswitch.Would you say this or the mi 9t pro? Or even something more incredible?


Depends on if you like a notch or not.
xavierluther15/10/2019 21:23

Google banks on its (posh) customers charging wirelessly, using BT …Google banks on its (posh) customers charging wirelessly, using BT headphones (expensive of course) and buying Google Services (= cloud storage ) (Does it sound familiar?)Good thing is, there's also 3a line for shallower pockets, but also Google- and/or camera-mad...(I belong to the former, Google-mad brigade, because of my sins maybe)


Good evening Xavier hope you're well!

Agree with what you're saying and I guess they have the tools to know their customer base better than most. Plus us guys on this site are spoilt with seeing various deals on other handsets and being bargain hunters - who in some shape or form have 'value' as one of our priorities.

I sometimes use wireless charging but with a phone that charges as fast as this Realme X2 Pro (or the 65w of the Oppo Reno Ace doing full charge in less than 30 mins!) I think I can look past wireless charging.

But I think you're right, and a lot of Google Pixel 4 buyers will also likely buy their new buds when they are released. And it does sound familiar with people heavily tied into an ecosystem and having the spare pounds to shell out. And the 3a as you mention is a welcome addition for those who want a slice of Google phone action at a lower price. Also quite savvy of Google to give people an easier foot onto the Pixel ladder, who they will hope purchase higher end pixels at a future date...
Mabbs15/10/2019 20:23

How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of …How do you know it's going to be a European seller and Is there a way of getting notified even this goes live?



buy.realme.com/eu/…121

They have them listed with UK plug, its looking promising!

In case someone doesn't know btw, Realme are owned by BBK electronics. They also own Oppo and OnePlus.
Horrorwood15/10/2019 21:44

https://buy.realme.com/eu/goods/121They have them listed with UK plug, its …https://buy.realme.com/eu/goods/121They have them listed with UK plug, its looking promising!In case someone doesn't know btw, Realme are owned by BBK electronics. They also own Oppo and OnePlus.


That's good to hear! BBK are producing some amazing handsets with the different brands - so good they even compete with eachother.
Mrsweet15/10/2019 21:46

That's good to hear! BBK are producing some amazing handsets with the …That's good to hear! BBK are producing some amazing handsets with the different brands - so good they even compete with eachother.


The way I understood it is that Oppo was their "offline" brand. In Asia they have a lot of retail shops. Hence their prices have to be quite high to cover those costs.

They originally launched OnePlus to be their online brand with a competitive price. It now seems to have escalated to pretty much high end prices.

Realme seems to be their new budget brand with only online sales. They now seem to expand this brand to Europe and other markets too.
Nice initial hands on HERE
Mrsweet15/10/2019 21:41

Good evening Xavier hope you're well! Agree with what you're …Good evening Xavier hope you're well! Agree with what you're saying and I guess they have the tools to know their customer base better than most. Plus us guys on this site are spoilt with seeing various deals on other handsets and being bargain hunters - who in some shape or form have 'value' as one of our priorities. I sometimes use wireless charging but with a phone that charges as fast as this Realme X2 Pro (or the 65w of the Oppo Reno Ace doing full charge in less than 30 mins!) I think I can look past wireless charging. But I think you're right, and a lot of Google Pixel 4 buyers will also likely buy their new buds when they are released. And it does sound familiar with people heavily tied into an ecosystem and having the spare pounds to shell out. And the 3a as you mention is a welcome addition for those who want a slice of Google phone action at a lower price. Also quite savvy of Google to give people an easier foot onto the Pixel ladder, who they will hope purchase higher end pixels at a future date...


Evening Sir! Pretty exciting day, you ask our friend @MrSwitch , he's probably been flat-out all day!

As for me, as proper Google fan, been excited with event in NYC, though I'm only watching it from scratch now...on YouTube for course!

Got 2 Pixels 1st gen and a 2xl (plus a Chromebook & Home Max); I love flagships but on low budget...so the passing of time, and HUKD, are my only allies to increase my collection! (Waiting in the shadows to jump on my next prey...3xl? (notch and all). Good, value buyers are waity types...

The thing about wireless charging is, it's a game changer, people leave phone on pad/stand several times a day, so it never runs out of juice...I'm still one of the old types who wire-charges 15% to 100%, but I'm in minority now! (Wireless chargers part of office furniture, car furniture etc)

Have a lovely evening Sir
Edited by: "xavierluther" 15th Oct
dolanduck15/10/2019 20:05

Red Magic 3s releasing tomorrow too. Looks really good


Posted this the other day it's on Gearbest
Rebelutionary115/10/2019 22:20

Posted this the other day it's on Gearbest


Think I might get it, launching today on Red Magic site
dolanduck15/10/2019 22:23

Think I might get it, launching today on Red Magic site


Might need to root it to get Google Play
xavierluther15/10/2019 22:11

Evening Sir! Pretty exciting day, you ask our friend @MrSwitch , he's …Evening Sir! Pretty exciting day, you ask our friend @MrSwitch , he's probably been flat-out all day!As for me, as proper Google fan, been excited with event in NYC, though I'm only watching it from scratch now...on YouTube for course!Got 2 Pixels 1st gen and a 2xl (plus a Chromebook); I love flagships but on low budget...so the passing of time, and HUKD, are my only allies to increase my collection! (Waiting in the shadows to jump on my next prey...3xl? (notch and all). Good, value buyers are waity types... The thing about wireless charging is, it's a game changer, people leave phone on pad/stand several times a day, so it never runs out of juice...I'm still one of the old types who wire-charges 15% to 100%, but I'm in minority now! (Wireless chargers part of office furniture, car furniture etc)Have a lovely evening Sir


You think? With the invention of such fast charging it means when I'm sat at my desk for 5 min or nip to the shop in the car I can just plug my phone in for a quick top up and it's more than fine.

I really don't see wireless charging as a must have feature to be honest. But then again I guess it depends on the individual.
xavierluther15/10/2019 22:11

Evening Sir! Pretty exciting day, you ask our friend @MrSwitch , he's …Evening Sir! Pretty exciting day, you ask our friend @MrSwitch , he's probably been flat-out all day!As for me, as proper Google fan, been excited with event in NYC, though I'm only watching it from scratch now...on YouTube for course!Got 2 Pixels 1st gen and a 2xl (plus a Chromebook); I love flagships but on low budget...so the passing of time, and HUKD, are my only allies to increase my collection! (Waiting in the shadows to jump on my next prey...3xl? (notch and all). Good, value buyers are waity types... The thing about wireless charging is, it's a game changer, people leave phone on pad/stand several times a day, so it never runs out of juice...I'm still one of the old types who wire-charges 15% to 100%, but I'm in minority now! (Wireless chargers part of office furniture, car furniture etc)Have a lovely evening Sir


I bet @MrSwitch has been flat out, he always is!

I'm also a long term Google fan of about 20 years, from when I first discovered it in a tech job I was doing and someone told me about this 'better way of finding things' compared to some of the search engines whose names now rest in heaven. And then all their web services before they started to dominate the mobile space.

And I think you being a waity type defo one of the best ways to get great value, and for a while myself I've been someone that buys 'the last big thing' - after previous years of buying the latest and greatest on release day and losing a small fortune in the process

I really like the pixels and stock android as a rule. The 90hz screen with those battery sizes, particularly the 4, is a little concerning, but as its an adaptive refresh rate hopefully this mitigates the extra battery strain.

People popping phones with little thought onto wireless pads does mean a phone is always topped up ready to go, and extended periods away from a desk can always be solved with a battery pack on a day or two away where the phone is going to be heavily used. But as I suffer from battery anxiety I do like to have a bigger battery in a phone.

The pixel design does look slightly yesteryear, but as it puts in a lot of new tech, if that tech proves to be useful in a game changing way for users it will arguably then be worth it.

Enjoy the remainder of your evening too, sir
Horrorwood15/10/2019 21:49

The way I understood it is that Oppo was their "offline" brand. In Asia …The way I understood it is that Oppo was their "offline" brand. In Asia they have a lot of retail shops. Hence their prices have to be quite high to cover those costs.They originally launched OnePlus to be their online brand with a competitive price. It now seems to have escalated to pretty much high end prices.Realme seems to be their new budget brand with only online sales. They now seem to expand this brand to Europe and other markets too.


Your understanding is a little bit better than mine

Yes, Realme almost seems to be wearing the shoes that OnePlus had a few years back.

And Oppo do seem to be the more 'bricks and mortar' brand.

OnePlus has cleverly elevated itself up to flagship territory.

Some of their models clearly share dna, which makes sense on the part of BBK from an R and D and procurement efficiency point of view.

I do think some of their phones compete with eachother where the brands seem to overlap or where handsets are very similar but also see what I think you are trying to say about the brands having a distinct position and preferred channel of distribution. They are covering all bases!
Horrorwood15/10/2019 22:39

You think? With the invention of such fast charging it means when I'm sat …You think? With the invention of such fast charging it means when I'm sat at my desk for 5 min or nip to the shop in the car I can just plug my phone in for a quick top up and it's more than fine.I really don't see wireless charging as a must have feature to be honest. But then again I guess it depends on the individual.


I love my Huawei 22.5 W chargers, that's all I can say, even my old Samsung S7 charger. But just like in-screen FPS vs physical button, going wireless seems way forward...(it doesn't work with music just yet)
xavierluther15/10/2019 22:56

I love my Huawei 22.5 W chargers, that's all I can say, even my old …I love my Huawei 22.5 W chargers, that's all I can say, even my old Samsung S7 charger. But just like in-screen FPS vs physical button, going wireless seems way forward...(it doesn't work with music just yet)


Wired charging these days is great and wireless charging improving too. Lots of options. The new Oppo Reno Ace charging 0-50% in 11 mins and 0-80% in about 20 mins is just crazy fast!
Just been reading that if you want three quicker internal storage, you need to go for the 128gb or up model.
yoyo5915/10/2019 21:03

specs like these make it hard to buy other flagships ..hmm


It may be so if you are basing your purchase just on specs, if that was the case no on would ever buy an iphone, Not so sure you would do well reselling a Realme phone if you where not happy with it in six months time.
Mrsweet15/10/2019 22:50

Your understanding is a little bit better than mine Yes, Realme almost …Your understanding is a little bit better than mine Yes, Realme almost seems to be wearing the shoes that OnePlus had a few years back.And Oppo do seem to be the more 'bricks and mortar' brand.OnePlus has cleverly elevated itself up to flagship territory. Some of their models clearly share dna, which makes sense on the part of BBK from an R and D and procurement efficiency point of view.I do think some of their phones compete with eachother where the brands seem to overlap or where handsets are very similar but also see what I think you are trying to say about the brands having a distinct position and preferred channel of distribution. They are covering all bases!


If you haven't been already then it's amazing how many oppo stores there are in Asia. I've been to Thailand a couple of times, they are literally everywhere.

First time I went with my Mrs and she had a OnePlus One phone, her friends in Thailand had no clue wtf it was, but of course they all knew oppo.

Then if you remember back when OnePlus first started they were trying to deny that they were anything to do with bbk/oppo 🏼
Horrorwood15/10/2019 21:49

The way I understood it is that Oppo was their "offline" brand. In Asia …The way I understood it is that Oppo was their "offline" brand. In Asia they have a lot of retail shops. Hence their prices have to be quite high to cover those costs.They originally launched OnePlus to be their online brand with a competitive price. It now seems to have escalated to pretty much high end prices.Realme seems to be their new budget brand with only online sales. They now seem to expand this brand to Europe and other markets too.


I completely forgot, Vivo is also a brand from BBK electronics.

As is the relatively new iQOO brand.
Hi, anyone who ordered this please do let us know what you think. This and the Oppo Ace are the best VFM phones atm. If only either were 5G...
ShishaGod21/10/2019 07:05

Hi, anyone who ordered this please do let us know what you think. This and …Hi, anyone who ordered this please do let us know what you think. This and the Oppo Ace are the best VFM phones atm. If only either were 5G...


cant see where to buy the ace though.
ShishaGod21/10/2019 07:05

Hi, anyone who ordered this please do let us know what you think. This and …Hi, anyone who ordered this please do let us know what you think. This and the Oppo Ace are the best VFM phones atm. If only either were 5G...


What do YOU need 5G for ... just out of curiousity?
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