Realme is currently planning to launch its latest smartphone in the high-performance range. The Narzo series is coming to India tomorrow. However, due to the ongoing lockdown, the phone will be launched online on the company’s website. With this powerful model available in a budget range, Realme is looking to compete with the high selling market of Xiaomi in India.
Realme is planning to launch a powerful gaming device in this lockdown! Announces Realme Narzo 10 and 10 A online launch in India tomorrow
The company is launching Narzo 10 and Narzo 10 A online in India on May 11, 2020. The company has given us some details on the pricing, which puts the Narzo 10 on the medium list of prices. But Narzo 10 A is available in the budget range. The price tag is not too big compared to the promised performance. Both of the smartphone model sport a heavy powerful battery and charging unit.
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Realme: Narzo 10 & Narzo 10A
The smartphone models keep no holds barred when it comes to performance. The company is introducing the latest range of chipsets from MediaTek. The MediaTek G80 SoC powers both of these devices. The G series, as we all know, is meant for dedicated gaming performance. Naturally, we can expect lag-free HD gaming performance using these smartphones.
The Helio G80 SoC from MediaTek introduces us to the HyperEngine gaming mode which helps reach peak performance throughout the process. The chipset comes with a dedicated AI-processing unit which is very common in smartphones nowadays. However, the Helio gaming chipsets cannot support a display better than FHD+ resolution. This is the maximum resolution of the Realme Narzo 10. Due to this limitation, the phone can also not record 4K videos. The Narzo series phones can only record 2k videos at 30fps.
Narzo 10 packs a powerful 48-megapixel sharpshooter under that hood, while Narzo 10A comes with a triple camera setup of 12-megapixel primary camera. The display screen is 6.5 inches and includes a waterdrop style front camera. Both models feature a 5,000mah battery along with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
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