The Realme X2 Pro screen of this device is as expected. Super AMOLED, HDR10+, and 100ЬI-P3 color settings. The screen is very beautiful, bright and satisfying. Watching video content like from Netflix, YouTube or Disney+ is no problem at all. It has a vivid, sharp color, quite vivid. Of course, the black color is pretty dark like any other AMOLED device. However, the black color darkness on this device is not as great as other flagship devices like the Pixel 4, OnePlus 7T Pro or Samsung Galaxy S10. This may be due to the screen color configuration.
Yes, it supports HDR10+, but the dynamic range value on the screen of this device is not very good. Or in other words, his HR is not very satisfactory. It looks a bit faded, depending on the content types. However, watching HDR content is supported on either YouTube or Netflix. The viewing experience on this screen is also satisfying. Since it is familiar with devices with notches, the notches on this Samsung gadget do not bother at all.
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The brightness of the screen when used in sunlight is quite good. It is clearly visible, and it also comes with consumer eye protection by TÜV Rheinland’s. As for the 90Hz refresh rate, it’s like what we can feel on a device like the Pixel 4 or OnePlus 7T. However, as I said earlier – the ColorOS 6.1 operating system does not seem to be good enough for a screen like this. So a closer comparison is the Oppo Reno Ace Gundam, which has more or less the same specs.
For speakers, it’s a stereo type. The speakers are optimized by Dolby Atmos and are also certified with Hi-Res. But to me, that’s only on paper. The speaker level of the device is loud and loud. However, the bass rumble is not deep enough and when watching videos of explosions, wars or shootings is not quite satisfying.
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