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Major Android Phone Launches In The last Week Of December 2019

With a rapidly expanding base of smart phone users it’s only plausible that major android companies keep introducing new models, new series, of smart phones and new accessory devices for them.

Realme X2 and X2 pro

Realme, last week has launched X2, and it’s sibling X2pro, in India, both phones though alike, have different processors. X2 features Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G whilst, the pro has Snapdragon 855+. X2 comes in three variants first one starting from Rs. 16,999 (4GB+64GB) in India, with the 6GB+128GB variant priced at Rs. 18,999, and the 8GB+128GB variant priced at Rs. 19,999.

  • The smartphone went on sale in India for the first time earlier this week, and the company has also detailed launch offers for the Realme X2.
  • The phone has a 6.4 inch display, an in-display fingerprint sensor and a quad rear camera setup (64MP + 8MP +2MP +2MP). It has a 4000 mAh battery and weighs 182 grams.
  • Realme launched another yet exciting product, whose launch, somehow eclipsed that of the phone.

The company launched Realme Buds Air, an Apple AirPods, wireless and as the company promises, a battery life of 17 HOURS!!! It has bass boost driver, multi-layer composite diaphragm, noise cancellation support for calling, a dedicated gaming mode with low-latency, USB Type-C port, 3 hours of music playback with the charging case, support for the Qi wireless charging on the charging case, Google Assistant integration, touch controls, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

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Vivo X30 and X30 pro

 Another smart phone candy, Vivo, a popular amongst indians, launched X30 and X30 pro, in China, last week, that ought to go sale near 28th December. The phones have 5G connectivity and run on Samsung’s Exynos 980 SoC. They roughly cost 33,000 and 40000 respectively.

Common features that both models share are, a 6.44-inch full-HD+ display with an in-display fingerprint sensor,  up to 8GB RAM, up to 256GB of inbuilt storage, options, a 32-megapixel front camera, a 4,350mAh battery with support for 33W Flash Charge tech, the standard set of connectivity options, dimensions of 158.45×74.10×8.80mm, and a weight of 196.5 grams. The only difference is between the rear end Camera. The first bears a triad (64+8+32) camera configuration and the latter one bears a quad (with an extra 13MP) camera configuration.

Both the companies have their own pros and have well proved, in the market their creative and technological abilities. Customers should freely explore both models and choose what’s likable to them, because in terms of specifications and ease of use both models excel in the area.

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