The successor of Realme 1 is launched in India today, but instead of upgrading company downgraded this device. Realme 1 got a good response from the market because of a company was providing Helio P60 chip for the budget price range. Before we jump to why you should ignore this device let’s take a look at the specifications.

Realme 2 Specifications:

Dimensions156.2 x 75.6 x 8.2
Weights 168gm
ColorsDiamond Black, Diamond Red, Diamond Blue
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 450, 1.8 GHz x 8
Internal Storage32GB/ 64GB
Expandable up to 256GB
RAM 3GB/ 4GB
Rear Camera 13 + 2MP AI Camera,
Bokeh Effect,
Front Camera 8MP, Front HDR, Bokeh Mode
Disaply 6.2-inch HD+ (720 x 1550 resolution), 19:9 aspect ratio
OSColorOS 5.1 based on Android 8.1
Extra Features Dual Volte, Facial Unlock,
PriceRs. 8,990 for 3/32GB variant,
Rs. 10,990 for 4/64GB variant

Realme 1 was hit because of the chip they used inside. At this price range, Helio P60 is the best chip available. If people wanted a good camera then there is an option like Redmi Y2 or Note 5. Helio P60 is as powerful as the Snapdragon 660 and that was the reason why a consumer chooses Realme 1 instead of other devices.

The device is priced at the Rs. 8,990 for the 3/32GB variant and for the 4/64GB variant it is priced at the Rs. 10,990 which is slightly higher then what I expected. Of course, you get a better design, Notched display, better camera but you need to compromise the performance. So if you are looking for a better performing device than this device is not definitely for you.