According to a source, Realme Narzo 30 India series will be released at some point during the last week of February. The line-up is supposed to comprise three versions — Realme Narzo 30, Narzo 30 Pro, and Narzo 30A. The findings add how one of the 30-series Realme Narzo phones has 5G coverage, which may be the Narzo 30 Pro with the new certification from TENAA. Madhav Sheth, CEO of Realme India, recently tamed a 5G handset, lesser than Realme X7, the cost of which starts at Rs.19,999. Here is the detailed information about the Realme Narzo 30 series launch in India that you should consider reading if you are a fan of Realme phones.
Realme revealed recently that it is extending its 5G line-up in India, and will allow all future mobile phones above Rs 20,000, while the company is looking to democratize its 5G phones and introduce a 5G Realme line-up much cheaper than the Realme X7. In a separate way, Madhav Sheth announced the Narzo 30 box concept on Twitter earlier this morning and requested fans to remain tuned towards the next news, which will possibly be a release date. The package is Sky Blue, with the label Narzo on the side. Narzo’s branded gaming devices are also planned to be launched by the company at the Narzo 30 series official launch besides a router, mousepad, and more.
While this TENAA list does not show anything, this Realme phone is going to be a 5G smartphone. It has been stated. And that could be our indication that, if not some other new devices, Sheth could talk about the Narzo set. In the coming months the Narzo 30 Pro could also be introduced as the cheapest 5G handset in the kitty of the business in India. And because of the processor, this may be true. The Dimensity chipsets of MediaTek are popular with 5G smartphone manufacturers. These processor architectures are used for Realme X7 and X7 Pro. Yet other 5G chipsets are less costly than those within the two mobile phones.
Qualcomm, however, has recently launched its low-cost 5G processor, the Snapdragon 480. It is an improvement to the Realme C17, the mobile that was laid in Bangladesh, via Snapdragon 460, processor. For Narzo 30 Pro, Realme can select either one. And the Narzo 30 Pro may just be a freshly branded handset on the reverse side. Realme has a tradition of labeling its mobile phones on numerous markets, the best example being the Narzo range. The Realme V-series is China’s cheapest 5G series, so maybe Narzo 30 Pro might end up as a replenished smartphone for one of its devices. Right now, nothing is clear.
We made 5G smartphones affordable by launching the #realmeX7 at less than 20K.
Should we make 5G smartphones even more economical?
RT & reply using #DemocratizerOf5G.
— Madhav FutureX (@MadhavSheth1) February 12, 2021
Realme Narzo 30 Pro TENAA indicates a 6.5-inch screen, Android 11 OS and 4,800mAh are available. 162.5 to 74.8 to 8.8 mm is recorded. The TENAA photos reveal that the rectangle module is finished with four cameras, the LED flash and the single punch-hole cut out for the selfie shooter at the top-left corner. It could have a security fingerprint sensor in-display or side-mounted. SIRM and BIS certification with model number RMX3171 were bagged by Realme Narzo 30A.