The new Realme Q2 scored an impressive result in the AnTuTu test
The upcoming continuation of the Realme Q line has already got its first result in benchmarks – Q2 should become a very powerful mid-budget.
In September last year, Realme presented the Realme Q smartphone – almost complete Realme 5 Pro. For several weeks, specialized publications have been actively discussing several unnamed Realme smartphones, including a device codenamed RMX2173. On the web, this device has already been identified as a continuation of the Q line.
According to rumors, Realme Q2 may be presented on October 13th. In addition to these rumors, today we received a new piece of information – the device appeared in the AnTuTu database, typing a decent result.
Supposed Realme Q2 scored 519,925 points on AnTuTu. This is the average of CPU, GPU, memory and UX benchmarks. Currently, there is no information about the chipset on the basis of which the device works. From the TENAA list, it can be seen that the heart of the Realme Q2 is an eight-core processor operating at a frequency of 2.4 GHz.
Realme Q2 in TENAA
It looks like the Realme Q2 is a slightly less powerful version of the Realme X7. You can read its characteristics in our article. The only noticeable difference is that the alleged Q2 has weaker camera capabilities.
Soon after its appearance on TENAA, rumors surfaced that the smartphone might be called Realme X7 Lite, but more recent messages claimed that the novelty will still wear the letter Q.