Oppo is letting its new Realme sub-brand grow up very quickly. Since the launch of the sub-brand happened less than four months ago, the Chinese giant has already announced two budget phones: Realme 1 which hit the shelves on May 15, and Realme 2 which was officially unveiled today and will go on sale starting from mid-September. Right after unveiling the new handset, the company has published a new teaser image hinting at the arrival of another device from its sub-brand: Oppo Realme 2 Pro. A more advanced version which will probably be a midrange phone focused on the quality-price ratio.
The teaser has been published on Twitter from the official Realme account, and we can read “One more thing 2 surprise you” with the characters 2, p, r, and o highlighted in red (2 Pro if you stick them together). The teaser also confirms that the new surprising thing will come in September. Sadly, no info has been released about the possible specs of the upcoming phone. According to the most reliable hypotheses, Oppo Realme 2 Pro will boast a Qualcomm chipset from the Snapdragon 600 series paired with up to 6 GB of RAM.
— Realme (@realmemobiles) August 28, 2018
The original Realme 2 comes with an original glass/metal sandwich design and a notched display with very narrow bezels, a 6.2-inch size, and an HD+ resolution to restrain energy consumption. On the hardware side, it features an octa-core Snapdragon 450 chipset by Qualcomm clocked at 1.8 GHz, 3 or 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 64 GB of internal storage depending on the configuration. The battery has a huge capacity of 4230 mAh and it is supported by an advanced battery saving feature based on AI. The main camera is a dual setup with 13 and 2 MP resolutions, while the front-facing snapper has an 8 MP resolution. The starting price tag in India is about €110 for the base variant.
How much do you think Oppo Realme 2 Pro will cost?