Today’s flagship smartphones are unreasonably desirable, but the good news is that there is no need to spend a fortune when you can with some very good mid-range options. Realme Narzo 10, which costs Rs 11,999 for the 4GB + 128GB variant, is one such offer – a very good phone at a great price. It looks good performing with a great design and feels slow. We take a look at some of its key features and performance.
The Narzo 10 series includes two devices — the Narzo 10 (our review unit) and the Narzo 10A. While the former MediaTek Helio G80 SoC is equipped with a 5000mAh battery with 48MP quad camera set-up and 18W quick charge, the latter is powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio G70, priced at Rs 8,499 for the 3GB + 32GB variant. SoC and it has a 12MP triple camera set-up and a 5000mAh battery. Our test unit was ‘The White’ version, which is the other color available ‘The Green’. The Narzo 10 is equipped with a 3-card slot for two SIM cards and an SD card (up to 256GB).
The design for the Narzo 10 is inspired by Realme X’s much-loved Naoto Fukasawa design. The phone’s back has been coated several times to ensure a smooth and easy-to-hold texture. It also reduces fingerprints and brings a genuine masterpiece to this segment.
Check the inn, a Helio G80 chipset; The octa-core CPU has a main frequency up to 2.0GHz, providing 35% better single-core performance and 17% better multi-core performance than the previous generation. Quick Charge, one of the most popular features of Realme phones, has also been included in Narzo 10. Its 18W quick charge and 9V / 2A charging kit increase the charging speed and reduce the charging time.
The Narzo 10 has the latest flagship, ultra-clear quad camera set-up, with a 48MP main camera, 8MP 119-degree ultra wide-angle and a macro lens and a B&W portrait lens. The main camera of the Narzo 10 has a 48MP sensor, f / 1.8 larger aperture and 6P lens. It features Quad Bayer’s 4-in-1 intelligent pixel binning mechanism that combines four adjacent pixels into one large pixel, enhancing the resolution and quality of images taken even in low-light settings and a rich range of details. Realizes a very good series.
The Ultra Macro lens enables users to discover the beauty of the micro world with a 4cm shooting distance. Then, there is the B&W portrait lens; This new color filter system helps portrait lenses detect a wider array of light, allowing the main lens to better capture light, enhance image contrast, create retro-style images, and add texture to portraits. Is found.
The UI of Narzo 10, based on Android 10, is designed keeping in mind the preferences of young consumers. It includes exciting features like dual mode music share, 3-finger selected screenshots, personal information protection and dark mode.
I agree that everyone has different preferences. Battery life is at the top of some people’s wish-lists. Some are interested in taking better quality pictures. Others want a processor that is powerful enough to run with all apps and multitasking is a given. Most want internal storage too.
The phone’s display is also important. With these preferences in mind, Narzo 10 right-clicks all the boxes. As I said before, this is a great phone at a great price. One of the best mid-range offerings in recent times.
Estimated Street Price: Rs 11,999