Realme 2 Pro teaser video shows waterdrop notch and dual rear cameras

Realme 2 Pro - Waterdrop notch

Realme wants to empower Indian youths, again, with its all-new Realme 2 Pro. The newly formed independent smartphone maker is all set to introduce its next handset on September 26 & 27. And the brand is taking it to social media to promote in every sense possible. Today, a new video was posted by the company on its Twitter profile. It gave us the first look at Realme 2 Pro approximately 10 days before its official announcement in the country.

Realme 2 Pro: will this surprise be good?

If you have been following up our coverage on Realme phones, the company last month unveiled its Realme 2, which was a disappointment in the realm of a budget smartphone in the eye of the audience. Plus, we as experts thought, it was a decent phone for the price, but we weren’t quite alright with its underwhelming performance after Realme 1 being a kickass performer in the league of budget-friendly mid-rangers.

From the glimpse we got of the Realme 2 Pro, it leads us to believe that it will sport the similar overall design but with some really elegant colour options. The most exciting colour option would be the matte finish, well at least for me. Note that it shall be packing dual-rear cameras, rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, and replacing the diamond pattern design with the plain glass-like body. Also, you would be seeing a waterdrop notch display replacing the regular notch. Further details on the specifications are unknown. We can only hope it will be interesting, unlike the Realme 2.

What do you guys think of the upcoming Realme 2 Pro? Drop your feedback below. Stay tuned to Mr. Phone for more updates.

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