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TECNO PHANTOM X2 Series: Premium smartphones with revolutionary camera tech

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TECNO’s PHANTOM X2 series landed just the other week. Sporting a selection of high-end features — from a powerhouse MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor to blazing-fast memory and storage, through to super-quick charging, and a striking unibody double-curved design — the handsets aim to the brand’s spirit of “Stop At Nothing.”

But perhaps the standout highlight is found in the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G’s camera package. Building on essential camera features like Super Night and Beautification Mode, the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G is the first smartphone with a retractable lens designed specifically for portrait photography.

This innovation can help take your smartphone photography game up another level; here’s how.

What does a retractable portrait lens let you do?

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Just like a professional-grade DSLR or mirrorless camera, the PHANTOM X2 Pro features an adjustable focal length lens. Based on a 2.5x optical zoom, the retractable lens has 65mm focal lengths, the latter being ideal for portrait photography.

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You see, a camera’s focal length is determining factor of two key portrait photography attributes. First, natural bokeh. Longer focal lengths create additional background compression, naturally softening and blurring the background to add depth to your pictures. This means you can achieve professional-looking portraits without the need for hit-and-miss software-applied blur. The PHANTOM X2 Pro boasts a shallow 18.9cm depth of field for more pronounced natural bokeh.

The second benefit is producing a natural face shape and a tighter crop for perfect framing. While wide-angle lenses are great for fitting more into your shot, they don’t reproduce the world exactly as your eye sees it. For a more realistic field for view and face shape, a focal length between 50 and 80mm is considered ideal. The PHANTOM X2 Pro lands right in the sweet spot at 65mm, ensuring that your subjects look flatteringly realistic.

There’s an added benefit here too: both 1x and 2.5x shooting modes make use of the PHANTOM X2 Pro’s large 1/1.3-inch 50MP image sensor with 1.2µm-sized pixels and ƒ/1.49 aperture lens with 1.28µm-sized pixels. That powerful sensor will ensure that your snaps look great in low light, whether you’re shooting landscapes or portraits. This makes the experience unlike other flagship smartphones, which typically resort to a separate, smaller image sensor for optical zoom.

PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G: Premium Photography, Premium Everything

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Although the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G’s retractable portrait lens is innovative and eye-catching, this is a true premium device in every sense of the word. All this camera technology is powered by MediaTek’s robust Dimensity 9000 processor and supported by 12GB of RAM under the hood. Combine this with a 5,160mAh battery with 45W rapid charging, and you’ve got a device that’s ready for a photoshoot (or really anything) all day and at a moment’s notice. And with 256GB of storage space, feel free to take as many full-res shots as you please.

But premium doesn’t just mean high-end specs these days. We’ve come to expect more from our devices, and TECNO delivers in these capacities as well.

For example, TECNO has partnered with photographer Rankin to co-develop the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G’s “Master Filters.” With multiple filters to choose from, creative photographers can tailor their images just to their liking. “The tech involved with this phone is extraordinary,” said Rankin. “It’s not just about taking good images quickly anymore, it’s about creating something visually stunning that we can be really creative with.” With this kind of technology and expert insight coming together, even the most inexperienced photographers will be able to capture beautiful, masterful images.

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The PHANTOM X2 series piles on the photography features with a dedicated Super Night mode to reduce noise and capture enhanced shadow details with greater clarity. Excellent low-light capabilities extend to video too, thanks to the PHANTOM X2’s Super Night algorithm, which reduces noise in high ISO scenarios. In addition, TECNO’s self-developed Beautification Mode provides refined adjustments to facial features for up to three individuals in a picture. There’s also a choice of make-up filters to further fine-tune the look of your portraits.

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But there’s more to TECNO’s latest smartphones than excellent photography powered by top-of-the-line hardware. The PHANTOM X2 Series also comes packaged with a number of Smart Business features to take these devices from selfie snappers to workhorses.

The Smart Business suite includes a bevy of systems designed to make your life in the business world easier. The Translator feature allows you to turn on live subtitles for international online calls, and you can enable it to automatically translate messages in WhatsApp, Messenger, LINE, Twitter and more. With photo translation and face-to-face translation, you’ll never be out of the loop again.

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If you take a photo of a document, the Smart Business File Secretary will recognize it as such and convert any text into an editable file. Perspective correction and edge detection work together to make sure the documents you photograph are correctly formatted for later reference. You can even use this feature to scan multiple continuous documents, save and share PDF files, and, yes, there is document signature support.

In a nutshell, the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G isn’t just a hardware revelation, it’s backed up by essential software features to put image quality even further.

PHANTOM X2 series: Redefining Premium

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TECNO’s PHANTOM X2 series has its sights firmly set on disrupting the premium flagship market. Innovative features in the photography space, including the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G’s retractable portrait camera and premium-tier hardware all around.

TECNO is also taking a stand in terms of responsibility for the communities in which it operates, raising the bar not just for what it means to have a premium-tier smartphone, but what it means to be a premium-tier company. For example, the brand’s eco-conscious credentials have produced an Eco-Friendly Edition of the PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G with a back cover built from 14.4% recycled materials, resulting in a 38% reduction in carbon emissions for each device produced.

Combined with a top-tier display, performance, a unique unibody double-curved design, and AI-infused software features, the PHANTOM X2 series certainly brings a fresh perspective to the high-end smartphone market.

The TECNO PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G is a groundbreaking device that sets itself apart. Its stunning camera system features a retractable lens for professional-level portrait photography with natural bokeh and a flattering field of view, and its high-end specs and large image sensor make it a powerhouse for all types of photography, delivering exceptional performance and image quality. The PHANTOM X2 Pro 5G is a top choice not just for photographers and selfie-snappers, but also businesses and high-end users. With its versatility and top-of-the-line features, this premium device is not to be missed!

The PHANTOM X2 Series is slated to hit global markets from the end of December.

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HiOS 12 on top of Android 12

The Phantom X2 runs on Android 12 and Tecno's custom HiOS 12 on top of that, just like its Pro sibling. Tecno has been running and refining its own skin for some time now, which we've generally found to be quite good in the past, with a few on-and-off caveats here and there. These mostly come down to pre-installed bloat and ads. But, credit, where credit is due, the situation on both fronts appears to have gotten a lot better. The Phantom X2 didn't annoy us with pesky notifications and pushy offers nearly as much as some of its predecessors. The experience is actually pretty clean.

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That's not to say there aren't many pre-installed apps and utilities. Tecno is still sticking to its traditions of developing and deploying its own set of apps to cover the basic features. You get an in-house gallery and video player and an app store, even two depending on how you count them. These can still get annoying at times, but we can understand the angle Tecno is coming from.

Hi Browser - Tecno Phantom X2 review

If some of the third-party apps are bothering you with various notifications - you can disable those - either from within the annoying app or from the Notification settings.

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Getting into the Phantom X2 is business as usual, with both fingerprint and face recognition available. You can have the fingerprint reader unlock with just a tap or require a press as well, and you can do that for face recognition as well.

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The lockscreen has a single shortcut in the bottom right to access the camera. Once you're past that, you arrive at a standard homescreen interface. The leftmost pane, called the Zero screen, holds cards with suggested news, weather and quotes widgets and an app usage widget. You can disable the Zero screen in the 'Desktop settings'. There's an app drawer by default which you can access from the old-school A-Z orange icon at the bottom or with an upward swipe from the bottom.

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Themes are available as part of HiOS, and there is a dedicated Theme store for this purpose.

Hi Theme - Tecno Phantom X2 review

Tecno has a long-standing selection of advanced features that generally get carried forward from older models. That includes the Game mode with all the settings, statistics and parental controls. There is also a Smart panel with slide-from-the-side shortcuts.

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Social Turbo toolset is rather interesting (a WhatsApp enhancer of sorts) - it can change your voice, enhance your face during video calls, record your WhatsApp calls, and allow you to read messages without marking them as Read.

MemFusion is Tecno's name for virtual RAM. The Phantom X2 has 8GB of physical LPDDR5 RAM chips on board and can extend that up to 13GB with another 5GB of virtual memory. By default, MemFusion is set to 3GB.

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The CarIcare aftersales assistance utility is also onboard, and you can fire it anytime if you encounter problems with your phone.

Special function menu - Tecno Phantom X2 review

If you want even more details about the HiOS, you can learn more in the software section of the Camon 16 Premier review . All the extra features outlined there are still present and relevant.

Performance and benchmarks

The Phantom X2 is rocking a flagship Dimensity 9000 4nm chipset. That's one of the ways Tecno is trying to push the envelope and enter flagship territory with the X2 line. MediaTek offers plenty of customizability on this chip, but Tecno is running it at stock speeds. The CPU configuration includes one ARM Cortex-X2 core running at up to 3.05 GHz, three Cortex-A710 ones clocked at up to 2.85 GHz and four Cortex-A510 cores at up to 1.8 GHz.

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These are paired with a 10-core Mali-G710 MC10 GPU, clocked at 850 MHz. The Tecno Phantom X2 also comes with 256GB of fast UFS 3.1 storage and 8GB of physical fast LPDDR5 RAM. We're really happy to see LPDDR5 RAM in the Phantom X2. It's not that common to see.

Let's start with some CPU runs and GeekBench. Expectedly the Phantom X2 comes in very close in performance numbers to the Phantom X2 Pro. The Dimensity 9000 is also capable enough to compete with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

GeekBench 5 (multi-core)

Higher is better

  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 4631
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 4575
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 4265
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 4081
  • Tecno Phantom X2 4027
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 4021
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 3984
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 3839
  • Xiaomi 12T 3756
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 3658
  • ROG Phone 6D 3531
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 3505
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 3458
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 3448
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 3403
  • OnePlus 10T 3401
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 3395
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 3187
  • Oppo Reno8 2694
  • vivo V25 Pro 2521
  • vivo V25 2023
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 1734
  • Tecno Phantom X 1670

GeekBench 5 (single-core)

  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 1399
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 1360
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 1336
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 1277
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 1276
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 1248
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 1238
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 1233
  • Tecno Phantom X2 1230
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 1196
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 1160
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 1073
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 1056
  • OnePlus 10T 1043
  • ROG Phone 6D 1015
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 1001
  • Xiaomi 12T 925
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 894
  • vivo V25 Pro 858
  • vivo V25 716
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 512
  • Tecno Phantom X 512
  • Oppo Reno8 493

Another interesting observation concerns devices like the Tecno Camon 19 and the original Phantom X. We can see that the Phantom X2 pair is in a different performance category compared to those devices with well over twice the raw CPU power.

AnTuTu, with its compound set of tests, also includes some GPU runs, among other things. It is also very favorable toward the Phantom X2. As expected, we find it surrounded and slightly outpaced by a few Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 phones.

  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 1107464
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 1104042
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 1074722
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 1045876
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 1032185
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 979921
  • Tecno Phantom X2 973623
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 961576
  • ROG Phone 6D 948594
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 941895
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 940400
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 931170
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 838832
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 835038
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 827929
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 796369
  • OnePlus 10T 786238
  • Xiaomi 12T 780204
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 718351
  • vivo V25 Pro 704090
  • Oppo Reno8 619610
  • vivo V25 461428
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 348546

The Dimensity 9000 and its Mali-G710 MC10 GPU can generally compete with Qualcomm's high-end chips in GPU rendering tasks as well. This is clearly evidenced by the GFXBench runs. The Adreno 730 inside the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 does outpace it in performance, but not drastically so.

GFX Aztek ES 3.1 High (onscreen)

  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 65
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 63
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 62
  • ROG Phone 6D 61
  • Tecno Phantom X2 60
  • OnePlus 10T 60
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 59
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 59
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 59
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 59
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 52
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 51
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 50
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 48
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 43
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 43
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 39
  • vivo V25 Pro 33
  • Oppo Reno8 31
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 26
  • vivo V25 16
  • Tecno Phantom X 12
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 8.1

GFX Aztek ES 3.1 High (offscreen 1440p)

  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 46
  • OnePlus 10T 46
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 45
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 45
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 45
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 45
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 43
  • ROG Phone 6D 43
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 43
  • Tecno Phantom X2 42
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 42
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 39
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 32
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 29
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 29
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 26
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 26
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 26
  • Oppo Reno8 22
  • vivo V25 Pro 21
  • vivo V25 11
  • Tecno Phantom X 7.8
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 5.7

GFX Aztek Vulkan High (onscreen)

  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 64
  • ROG Phone 6D 64
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 64
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 63
  • Tecno Phantom X2 62
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 62
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 62
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 60
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 58
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 55
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 55
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 46
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 40
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 35
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 31
  • Oppo Reno8 30
  • vivo V25 Pro 28
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 25
  • vivo V25 15
  • Tecno Phantom X 11
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 7.5

GFX Aztek Vulkan High (offscreen 1440p)

  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 51
  • OnePlus 10T 51
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 50
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 49
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 48
  • ROG Phone 6D 46
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 45
  • Tecno Phantom X2 44
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 44
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 44
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 38
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 34
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 30
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 23
  • Oppo Reno8 20
  • vivo V25 Pro 19
  • vivo V25 10
  • Tecno Phantom X 7.4
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 5.3

As we go down lower in test intensity to some older OpenGL ES 3.1 and 3.0 scenarios within GFXBench, we can clearly see the Phantom X2 manages to push past the 60fps mark. It definitely has the GPU power to do so, but this also demonstrates that the phone handles its high refresh rate operation well enough to allow for apps to render at over 60fps. This is the behavior we observed with actual games, capable of higher frame rates as well.

GFX Car Chase ES 3.1 (onscreen)

  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 78
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 76
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 74
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 73
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 72
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 72
  • Tecno Phantom X2 71
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 71
  • ROG Phone 6D 71
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 69
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 68
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 65
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 63
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 62
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 60
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 44
  • Oppo Reno8 42
  • vivo V25 Pro 42
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 34
  • vivo V25 21
  • Tecno Phantom X 17
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 11

GFX Car Chase ES 3.1 (offscreen 1080p)

  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 103
  • OnePlus 10T 103
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 101
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 100
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 95
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 93
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 90
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 89
  • ROG Phone 6D 84
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 82
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 82
  • Tecno Phantom X2 80
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 79
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 76
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 70
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 63
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 63
  • Oppo Reno8 51
  • vivo V25 Pro 48
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 46
  • vivo V25 26
  • Tecno Phantom X 20
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 15

In fact, we can see that in Manhattan 3.0 - the easiest GFXBench test we still keep around, the Phantom X2 manages to fully saturate its 120Hz display refresh rate on-screen, just like the Phantom X2 Pro.

GFX Manhattan ES 3.1 (onscreen)

  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 124
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 123
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 122
  • ROG Phone 6D 122
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 116
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 115
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 114
  • Tecno Phantom X2 113
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 113
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 111
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 103
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 97
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 82
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 72
  • vivo V25 Pro 67
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 60
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 57
  • Oppo Reno8 55
  • vivo V25 37
  • Tecno Phantom X 28
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 20

GFX Manhattan ES 3.1 (offscreen 1080p)

  • OnePlus 10T 183
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 182
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 179
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 178
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 172
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 164
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 160
  • ROG Phone 6D 152
  • Tecno Phantom X2 148
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 140
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 137
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 132
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 126
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 121
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 114
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 108
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 97
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 81
  • Oppo Reno8 81
  • vivo V25 Pro 70
  • vivo V25 43
  • Tecno Phantom X 33
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 25

GFX Manhattan ES 3.0 (onscreen)

  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 142
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 131
  • ROG Phone 6D 131
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 130
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 129
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 121
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 120
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 120
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 120
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 119
  • Tecno Phantom X2 119
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 103
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 100
  • vivo V25 Pro 96
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 93
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 61
  • Oppo Reno8 59
  • vivo V25 58
  • Tecno Phantom X 47
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 33

GFX Manhattan ES 3.0 (offscreen 1080p)

  • OnePlus 10T 274
  • Realme GT2 Explorer Master 267
  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 264
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 262
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 251
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 244
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 230
  • ROG Phone 6D 210
  • Tecno Phantom X2 195
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 187
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 186
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 178
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 178
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra (1080p) 172
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 170
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 137
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 137
  • Oppo Reno8 124
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 99
  • vivo V25 Pro 98
  • vivo V25 66
  • Tecno Phantom X 54
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 39

3DMark paints a very similar graphical performance picture. As expected, the Phantom X2 managed to max out both older Slingshot and Slingshot Extreme test runs. The Dimensity 9000 really is a flagship chipset through and through.

3DMark Wild Life Vulkan 1.1 (offscreen 1440p)

  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 10468
  • Motorola Edge 30 Ultra 10248
  • Sony Xperia 1 IV 9794
  • Motorola Edge 30 Pro 9406
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 8687
  • ROG Phone 6D 8666
  • Sony Xperia 5 IV 8560
  • Tecno Phantom X2 7691
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 7499
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 6470
  • Motorola Edge 30 Fusion 5797
  • Oppo Reno8 Pro 5668
  • Oppo Reno8 4653
  • vivo V25 Pro 4497
  • vivo V25 2173
  • Tecno Phantom X 1501
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 1187

3DMark Wild Life Extreme (offscreen 1440p)

  • Huawei Mate 50 Pro 2753
  • Xiaomi 12T Pro 2740
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate (X Mode+) 2668
  • ROG Phone 6D (X Mode+) 2622
  • ROG Phone 6D Ultimate 2599
  • ROG Phone 6D 2555
  • Tecno Phantom X2 2424
  • Tecno Phantom X2 Pro 2393
  • Google Pixel 7 Pro 1835
  • vivo V25 612

In more practical terms, we had no issues with responsiveness and fluidity with HiOS on the Phantom X2. The ROM runs smoothly with practically no hiccups or slowdowns despite the fact that it is kind of on the heavy side when it comes to customization and features. The phone also chewed threw every task we threw at it with ease ranging from the mundane all the way up to heavy mobile gaming.

All things considered, the Phantom X2 pretty much aced its performance testing. Tecno did a great job integrating and making the most out of the Dimensity 9000 chipset. The chip itself is very potent and has plenty of power to throw around. Not only that, but it offers a modern feature set and connectivity to go along.

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