Realme Narzo 10 Finally Launching on 11 May in India


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After numerous postponing, Realme is finally launching its much-awaited Narzo lineup in the Indian market. The new series will consist of two devices namely Realme Narzo 10 and Realme Narzo 10A. Initially, the devices were supposed to launch on March 26 which later got postponed to April 21 due to coronavirus outbreak. With lockdown in India getting extended, the launch once again got pushed back indefinitely.

Realme Narzo 10 Lineup Launch Set for May 11 in India

Earlier today, Realme officially announced a new launch date for the Narzo 10 launch. As per the tweet, the device will see the final unveiling on May 11, 2020, via an online launch event. The smartphone maker will live stream the entire event on its various social media channel at 12:30 PM IST.

Since the Indian government has allowed the delivery of non-essential products via e-commerce websites, various smartphone makers are now launching their delayed devices. It is worth noting that the device will only be available for purchase on the Green and Orange zone.

Coming to the availability, the device should be up for grabs soon after the online launch event. With the new Narzo lineup, the company might go with an aggressive price tag.

Expected Specs, Features

Looking at the previous rumors, leaks, and teasers, Realme Narzo 10 will arrive with a 6.5-inch display with a waterdrop notch design. Under the hood, it will run on MediaTek G80 chipset while the memory configuration still remains unknown. In terms of optics, we’re looking at a quad rear camera module with a 48MP primary sensor. All of these will be backed by a massive 5,000mAh battery with an 18W fast charging support.

The Narzo 10A, on the other hand, is a cheaper offering than the Marzo 10. In terms of design, we should see a similar aesthetic with a waterdrop notched display. To keep the pricing down, the brand will go with a triple camera module on the back instead of the four sensors.

 

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