BQ Aquaris X2 Pro is one of the most interesting Android smartphones on the market, but not perfect. The terminal arrived for review EBox ago and our review can already be seen in the video that Daniel brought you.
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Looking at the BQ Aquaris X2 Pro carefully, there is not much to fool. This is probably one of the most fascinating mid-range Android smartphones on the market, however, with a slight catch.
Bq Aquaris X2 Pro arrives with Google's Android One as main system
We do not leave this "but" as a secret. By the way, you can perfectly read the title of this review. The BQ Aquaris X2 Pro comes with a price tag of 400 €, a value considerably something for the mid-range.
The problem is that the terminals have increased the price in recent years, but we also have smartphones in the market that stand out for offering us more specifications for a competitive price. An example of this is Honor 10, or even OnePlus 6. Which can be purchased at prices very similar to this BQ Aquaris X2 Pro.
Although the BQ Aquaris X2 Pro offers us Android One and updates on time for two years, we still believe that the terminal should have a lower value. This is clear if you want to compete seriously in mid-range terminals.
Don't get me wrong, when you buy the BQ Aquaris X2 Pro you will have a fantastic smartphone, however if we are not afraid to risk Online you will have a better choice with OnePlus 6 at the same price.
Check out the video review above for more device details and to see our full opinion.
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