Tech Realme Teases Narzo Series|Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A Launch on 26th March

Realme Teases Narzo Series|Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A Launch on 26th March

Realme Narzo
Realme Teases New Series

Realme has teased a new series few days back and now they have finally given the official name Narzo. Two smartphones of this series will be launched on 26th March, 2020 in India and they are named as Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A.

Realme started their journey from India and later on they expanded to China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Pakistan, Egypt, Philippines, Singapore, Nepal, Bangladesh, UAE, Italy, Spain, France, England and Russia. They started launching their new devices in India and later on they took that device to other countries sometimes with rebranding too.

But now when they have teased Narzo 10 and 10A, it feels like they have started rebranding in India too. Realme, officially posted a banner which shows that Narzo 10 will have 48 MP quad camera. So, we can assume Narzo 10A to have triple rear camera which is shown side-by-side with a quad rear camera phone.

Assumption about Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A

Narzo 10 will be the rebranding of Myanmar’s Realme 6i device whereas 10A will be the rebranding of Indonesian Realme C3 if we consider the official posters and devices which are launched in Indonesia and Myanmar.

Read More : Realme 6i Launched in Myanmar

10A will come low specs as it is going to be the liter series of 10. This can be understood with Redmi number series, example : Redmi 8A is the liter version of Redmi 8A. This thing will be seen by Xiaomi this time.

Specifications

Realme Narzo Back
Exactly Look Like Back Design of Realme 6i Tea Green and Realme C3 Frozen Blue

Display

Both the phones will come up with 6.5 inch HD+ IPS LCD screen and dew-drop notch. But still no FHD+ display in 10,000 segment. It will have a aspect ratio of 20:9 and screen-to-body ratio of 89.8 %. 10 as well as 10A will have the max brightness of 420 nits(Typical)

Chipset

Narzo 10 will be powered by MediaTek Helio G80, having Mali G52 GPU which is used on Realme 6i in Myanmar whereas 10A will get power from MediaTek Helio G70, having the same Mail G52 GPU which has been used in Indian Realme C3 as well as Indonesian Realme C3. Interesting thing is that Realme will provide LPDDR4x RAM which will obviously improve the gaming experience. Both the chipsets are based on 12 nm architecture.

Battery

Both the phones will come up with massive 5000 mAh battery. Now, it feels like Realme has decided to give only massive 5000 mAh battery to their budget segmented phones. Quite a good thing is that Realme has used Type-C port in 10 whereas Micro-USB in 10A. 10 will come up with 18W fast charger whereas 10A may come up with 10W standard charger(As listed in Indonesian Realme C3). Let’s wait for the launch event and wish Realme to provide USB Type-C charger and 18W fast charger.

Camera

Narzo 10 wil have quad camera setup, consisting 48 MP(Primary Sensor) + 8 MP(Ultra-Wide 119° Lens)+2 MP(4 cm Macro Lens)+2 MP(B&W Portrait Lens) whereas 10A may have 12 MP(Primary) + 2 MP(4 cm Macro Lens) + 2 MP(Depth Sensor) triple rear camera.

What are your expectations from this new series, mention below in the comment section

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