Realme's budget Narzo 30 series — which already features Realme Narzo 30A and 30 Pro — was rounded off with the Narzo 30 standard edition yesterday. It’s built with a focus on gaming performance with a tame camera and design. Read on as we break down what the Realme Narzo 30 has to offer.
At its heart, the Realme Narzo 30 has the MediaTek Helio G95 — a value gaming chip, clocked at up to 2.05GHz. It’s hooked up to a 5000 mAh that can last you 11 hours of uninterrupted gameplay and 32 days on standby. RealmeUI 2.0, based on Android11, runs on this Narzo straight out of the box.
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The 30W Dart Charge support can refuel it to 100% in just 65 minutes. Narzo 30 can also reverse-charge your other devices. Plus, you get 6GB of memory and 128GB of flash storage that can be expanded with a microSD card slot.
Realme Narzo 30 has the visuals covered too. We’re looking at a full HD IPS LCD with a 1080P resolution and a fluid refresh rate of 90Hz. It’s a 6.5” hole-punched panel on the Realme new model 2021 that can hit a decent 580 nits of peak brightness.
The design is nothing ground-breaking. At 9.4mm and 192g, The Narzo 30 is a big phone. It comes in Racing Blue and Racing Silver. Both editions have a racing stripe running across the length of their shell underneath the camera island. It features a 48MP wide lens paired with 2MP portrait and macro sensors. The selfie camera has a 16MP Sony sensor behind it.
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There’s a thumbprint scanner merged with the side-facing power button. And the build includes NFC support. Realme Narzo 30 debuted in Malaysia, starting from RM799 (~ Rs. 29,500.)