Realme can present Narzo 30 in the last week of February

While there is a lot of talk about the Realme Narzo 30 series, not much information is available on these smartphones. Last week the brand asked the public to choose the box design for the Realme Narzo 30. Today the company announced the most voted design.

Last year RealMe introduced the Narzo smartphone series, which offers excellent technical data at a reduced price. This was a necessary measure as the price of the brand’s equipment followed the upward trend. The company has released some teasers of the next generation of the line, Narzo 30, in the past few days. These smartphones are expected to be launched in India with 5G connectivity in the last week of February.

India is an increasingly expanding market that is superior to that of the United States. China is the world’s largest smartphone market, followed by India.

Young players made their choice!

More than 15,000 gaming enthusiasts voted for their favorite Narzo smartphone box.
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– Madhav FutureX (@ MadhavSheth1) February 15, 2021

While there is a lot of talk about the Realme Narzo 30 series, not much information is available on these smartphones. Last week the brand asked the public to choose the box design for the Realme Narzo 30. Today the company announced the most voted design.

However, nothing is known about the Narzo 30 so far. We believe it could be the RMX3085 that was recently seen on Geekbench with the MediaTek Helio G95. This information tells us that this will be a 4G device.

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There is also another 4G device called the Narzo 30A that has been certified by BIS and NBTC. Given its name, we can expect this to be the cheapest model in the range, just like its predecessor, the Narzo 20A.

That leaves us with the Narzo 30 Pro. This should be the 5G model that MySmartPrice exclusively revealed and that is slated to hit the market in late February. This phone is expected to be the RMX3161, which was recently certified by TENAA with a 6.5 inch screen, quad camera configuration, 4,880 mAh battery and Android 11.

Since the company’s CEO has already launched a cheaper 5G phone than the Realme X7, the next Realme Narzo 30 Pro may well be the cheapest 5G device in the Indian market.

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