Realme 2 Pro, set to launch in India on September 27, will look nothing like the Realme 2 which recently went on sale in the country.
According to an official teaser, Realme 2 Pro will sport a waterdrop notched display, similar to OPPO F9, and won't have the diamond-cut design on the back panel, something we saw on Realme 2.
The teaser video reveals a waterdrop-like notch on the Realme 2 Pro, unlike the wider display cut-out on the Realme 2.
Further, Realme 2 Pro is seen having a refined, plain back panel rather than the diamond-cut pattern seen on Realme 2.
Moreover, the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor on the Pro variant is circular as compared to the oval-shaped sensor on Realme 2.
As a high-end variant of Realme 2, we expect upgraded specs on the Realme 2 Pro.
A previous leak had suggested the phone will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor and 6GB RAM - an upgrade over the Snapdragon 450 chipset and 3GB/4GB RAM on Realme 2.
Likewise, we can also expect a spruced up dual-rear camera setup on the Pro variant.
As seen in the teaser, the Realme 2 Pro will have a waterdrop-like notched display with a slimmer yet prominent bottom bezel.
Further, with this new notch, Realme 2 Pro will boast a screen-to-body ratio of around 90% and a taller aspect ratio of around 19.5:9 - an upgrade from Realme 2's 88.8% and 19:9.
Lastly, a full-HD+ display is definitely on the cards.
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