Realme Narzo 60 series announced

Realme Narzo 60

Realme has launched its latest devices in India, the Narzo 60 and Narzo 60 Pro. While the Narzo 60 Pro is almost identical to the recently launched Realme 11 Pro, the Narzo 60 is a rebranded version of the Realme 11 designed specifically for the Indian market.

Realme Launches Narzo 60 and Narzo 60 Pro in India with High-End Features at Affordable Prices

The Narzo 60 Pro boasts a curved 6.7-inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. In contrast, the Narzo 60 has a 6.43-inch AMOLED display with the same FHD+ resolution but a slower 90Hz refresh rate. Both devices are running MediaTek chipsets. With the Narzo 60 Pro featuring a Dimensity 7050 and the Narzo 60 featuring a Dimensity 6020.

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One key difference between the two devices is the storage capacity. The Narzo 60 Pro comes with an added 1TB storage option, which comes with 12GB RAM. The Narzo 60, on the other hand, has a standard storage capacity.

In terms of camera, the Narzo 60 Pro features a 100MP main camera with an f/1.75 aperture, 26mm lens, and OIS, while the Narzo 60 has a 64MP main camera and a 2MP depth unit. Both devices run on Realme UI 4.0 based on Android 13 and have 5,000mAh batteries. However, the Narzo 60 Pro charges up to 67W, while the non-Pro is at 33W.

The devices come in two colors, Mars Orange and Cosmic Black. Pre-bookings for the Narzo 60 series in India started on July 6 at 1 PM via the Realme Online store and Amazon India. The open sales for the devices are scheduled for July 15.

In conclusion, Realme’s Narzo 60 and Narzo 60 Pro offer high-end features at an affordable price point in the Indian market. With the launch of these devices, Realme aims to solidify its position in the highly competitive Indian smartphone market. We will wait to see how the new smartphones will perform amid the increasing competition.

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