The recently-teased Narzo series has just been confirmed by Realme to be a smartphone series, and its rumored first entries have been announced. Dubbed Narzo 10 and Realme Narzo 10A, the two models are scheduled to go official on March 26.
No Word on the Oppo prices for the upcoming models but Realme has published some teaser posters, revealing a few design details and key specifications. Narzo 10 features a quad-camera setup on the back, while Narzo 10A comes with a triple camera. The primary camera has a 48MP lens behind it, but the exact specifications for the rest of the camera modules are still a mystery.
More to the point, speculation had suggested that Realme is planning to make significant changes in terms of design, but the promos show a somewhat cookie-cutter look. In simpler terms, you’re looking at the familiar-but-stale vertically stacked camera setup in the top-left corner and a notched screen.
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Realme Narzo 10 Price in Pakistan & Specs
The display stretches 6.5 inches across and produces a now-standard 89.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. There is no rear-mounted fingerprint reader to be seen, which hints at ab in-display alternative. As seen in the posters, the Realme Narzo 10 comes in green, while Narzo 10A sports a green hue.
The processor underneath is supposedly “A class” and is built for gaming. The chip isn’t named, but its gaming-centric nature suggests that it hasn’t landed in South Asia yet. Further, the battery onboard has a 5,000 mAh capacity and support for rapid charging. Realme promises a standby time of 39 hours at an amazingly low Oppo Price tag.
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Realme Narzo 10A Specs & Price in Pakistan
Speculation has it that the Narzo duo is simply two rebranded Realme phones. Narzo 10 is rumored to be a reintroduced Realme 6i, and 10A is Realme C3 (which was launched in Indonesia and Thailand earlier this year). The design details and the number of cameras line up with this theory, but we’ll have to wait for more teasers to pour in before it’s confirmed.