Today, Realme finally took the veil off its Narzo series through an online event. As you may know already, there are two phones namely, Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A. These entry-level phones present respectable “power” in their belly. Both are running on MediaTek processors along with a massive 5000mAh battery.
The phones have been all over the Realme social media channels for weeks now pitching their various features. But, today we have the real details here. So, let’s dive in.
Realme Narzo 10 Features
Realme gives a 6.5-inch HD+ (720×1,600 pixels) resolution screen on the Narzo 10. The device sticks to a waterdrop notch which holds a 16MP selfie clicker.
On the back, you get a quartet featuring a 48MP main camera, accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide snapper, a 2MP monochrome sensor, and a 4cm 2MP macro module. The camera app has a nightscape mode for enhanced night-time photography.
Narzo 10 is engined by MediaTek Helio G80 SoC. It is out in 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage (expandable up to 256GB using dedicated slot). It supports HD high graphics in PUBG right out of the box.
Among other things, you also get 3.5mm jack, FM radio, USB Type-C port, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, face unlock, dual-SIM, reverse OTG charging, and Bluetooth 5.0.
Narzo 10A vs Narzo 10: What’s different?
Narzo 10A is running on a MediaTek Helio G70 SoC with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage.
This one has a triple-camera system, the primary one of them being a 12MP sensor. The other two sensors are a 2MP portrait and a 2MP macro shooter. Upfront, there is a 5MP selfie snapper.
Another difference you should know is that this one has a micro-USB socket.
Realme Narzo 10, 10A Price and Availability
- Narzo 10 is available in Green and White colors, whist the 10A is out in Blue and White colors
- You can grab the Narzo 10 at Rs. 11,999 and 10A at Rs. 8,499 via Flipkart and realme.com.
- The first sale of the Realme Narzo 10 will be from May 18 at 12 pm, while the first sale for the Realme Narzo 10A will be on May 22 at 12 pm.
With Lockdown 3.0, certain relaxations are conferred for economic activities. Ergo, Realme is positive about its operations in the country.
In a press release, it said, “We have been receiving a massive amount of orders online since Sunday midnight and will be able to meet the current demand through our inventory stocks till factory reopens. The brand has approached the State Government to get necessary approvals for reopening limited production lines with measures to ensure the safety of our employees. If we receive the approval, our factory’s primary task will be on producing the new Narzo series and the popular existing models including the realme 6 series”.
Furthermore, the company revealed its decision to extend the warranty of products which expired hitherto due to lockdown till June 30.
“Finally, we want to reinstate that realme along with partners will ensure strict social distancing precautions while operating and making sure that the orders are delivered safely to the customers. realme has also procured necessary permissions for the vehicles to pick up goods and steps are taken to ensure proper supply to the customers,” it shared.
Narzo 10 vs Narzo 10A specs comparison
|Model||Realme Narzo 10||Realme Narzo 10A|
|Display||6.5-inch HD+ (720×1600 pixels), LCD minidrop display||6.5-inch HD+ LCD minidrop display|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio G80||MediaTek Helio G70|
|Internal Storage||128GB, Dedicated MicroSD card slot up to 256GB||32GBGB (dedicated microSD up to 256GB)|
|Software||Android 10 Realme UI||Android 10 Realme UI|
|Rear Camera||48MP + 8MP ultrawide sensor + 2MP monochrome + 4cm 2MP macro lens||12MP + 2MP portrait + 2MP 4cm macro|
|Battery||5000mAh, 18W fast charging support (USB-C, OTG reverse charging)||5000mAh, 10W charging (Micro-USB, OTG reverse charge)|
|Indian Price||4+128GB: Rs. 11,999||3GB+ 32GB: Rs. 8,499|