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    Comparing the Tecno Phantom X2 and X2 Pro 5G: A Comprehensive Guide to Choosing the Right Device

    Comparing in Tecno Phantom X2 vs X2 Pro  

    Between Tecno Phantom X2 and X2 Pro, you may be wondering what distinguishes them as they seem similar. You're not wrong to say they are the same phones because their differences are minimal, unless you want that pop-out Telephoto camera, then the affordable Phantom X2 might be the best value for your money. The Phantom series is Tecno's premium category of smartphones, they don't release a Phantom device every year. With the new generation Phantom devices, Tecno went all out, offering three years of software support, including two major OS upgrades and one year of security updates, a first for the brand.

    Comparing the Tecno Phantom X2 and X2 Pro 5G: A Comprehensive Guide to Choosing the Right Device

    The X2 and X2 Pro are powered by a flagship Dimensity 9000 processor, which is a big jump from its predecessor, the Helio G95. This results in a massive performance improvement, putting the Phantom series in the flagship killer category. It comes with a premium flagship build quality, and a curved Gorilla Glass Victus-protected display, all while costing less than $700 for the Pro version and just over $500 for the regular X2.

    In terms of performance, both devices are mostly on par with the same Dimensity 9000 processor, 120Hz AMOLED display, and 5160mAh battery capacity. The X2 Pro has 12GB of RAM while the X2 has 8GB, but this doesn't make the Pro faster, it just means it can handle a few more apps in the background when it comes to multitasking. The X2 and X2 Pro are mostly the same in design, but the X2 Pro comes with a signature orange version and is built with recycled Ocean plastic. Only the X2 Pro has the retractable Telephoto camera, while the Phantom X2 has a depth sensor and a 64MP OIS main camera. Both have the same 13MP ultra-wide camera and 32MP selfie camera.

    In terms of picture quality, the X2 Pro has an edge with portrait shots, thanks to its dedicated Telephoto camera. But the X2 also takes solid-looking portraits, and you might even prefer its quality. Night shots are similar, except that the X2 has a bit more noise in the darker areas. Selfies look mostly the same, and both devices have the same video capabilities, able to shoot up to 4K 60fps from their rear camera. The X2 Pro does not get OIS like the X2, but both can use Ultra-steady at 4K 30fps.

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