Before we dive into the Realme X2 Pro review a small prologue: Things tend to take their own way, without anyone being able to predict the future, even when looking at a few years onwards. Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo, took two decisions back in 2013. Their goal was to protect the future of the company, when faced with a multitude of smartphone brands in the country. Both decisions unleashed a chain for reactions that were… unthinkable at that time. The first was to copy Huawei’s, off-line retailer, country-wide strategy. By 2016 Oppo was second in China in official stores and off-line sales. Along with Huawei, they shipped smartphones in China’s interior along with after service support and mass advertisement. They got back an enormous market share! Their huge customer base at the end of the year, was larger than the population of countries outside of China. These results stood heavy on other brands. Most of the smaller and medium sized companies were closed by 2017. Those left were standing by a thread, diving into a life or death situtation. In 2015 Xiaomi was a small company by all standards. They decided to enter the Indian market in order to survive Oppo’s and Huaw...