Despite the ongoing pandemic, Realme managed to keep its place in the smartphone market as the fastest growing smartphone brand. Now, for the first months of 2021, Realme has bold plans. In the next coming weeks, the brand is set to launch a bunch of new smartphones. The list of expected devices includes a flagship with Snapdragon 888 dubbed Realme Race and a set of new mid-range phones such as the new Realme Narzo 30 series. Yesterday, an alleged Realme Narzo 30 Pro was spotted on the TENAA database. It suggests an imminent launch for this smartphone which is set to come alongside vanilla, a basic variant. However, a new report suggests that Realme is preparing more products to come with the Narzo 30.
Exclusive: realme will also be launching gaming accessories along with narzo 30 series. These look cool…
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) February 12, 2021
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According to a new report, Realme is expanding its portfolio of products by introducing a set of new gaming accessories. An image of a Narzo-themed gaming mouse, mouse pad, and what seems to be an air controller of some sort was shared by the very reliable Ishan Agarwal. Interestingly, the mouse resembles Logitech’s stable G502 Hero. Apparently, this is a mere coincidence or ripoff, Realme, and Logitech probably ar collaborating for this Realme-branded mouse. The air controller has a trigger on the rear which resembles the Oculus Quest 2 controller.
Unfortunately, Realme didn’t reveal when the Realme Narzo 30 will make way to customers. However, as we’ve stated before, the TENAA listing hints at an imminent launch.
Realme Narzo 30 Pro specifications
According to the Chinese certification authority, the Realme Narzo 30 Pro packs a 6.5-inch display which we assume is a common IPS LCD panel with FHD+ resolution. The device has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, so we’re not expecting an OLED panel here. Hopefully, Realme will once again bring a high-refresh-rate display with at least 90Hz.
The device runs Android 11 straight out of the box. This means that the company’s Realme UI 2.0 will be running on top. The device has 5G connectivity, so it is likely coming with one of the few 5G chipsets available in the market. Last but not least, the device draws power from a 4,880mAh battery. Unfortunately, TENAA does not bring details about the fast-charging capabilities in this device. However, it’s safe to assume that it has 65W fast-charging. After all, this has been the standard for Realme phones in the mid and high tier segments.
We expect Realme to start its usual teaser-campaign before launching any of these new products. The brand certainly will try to buy some hype before making its entrance in the range of gaming accessories.