The Narzo 10A is the more affordable of the two new models recently launched by Realme under the new Narzo sub-brand that targets younger feature-conscious buyers on a budget. We were quite impressed with the new Realme Narzo 10 when we finally got the chance to review it, and now it’s time for us to test out the more affordable but equally delayed Narzo 10A. Just Rs. 8,499 in India, the Narzo 10A is essentially a souped-up version of Realme C3 and is sold in some other countries under that name. Let’s take a closer look.
My true form Narzo’s dropping below 10 A. relation To Realme c3 (Analysis) And is instead This situation As a very affordable phone with premium features. Apart from the design changes from Realme C3, Narjo 10a Adds a macro camera and a fingerprint sensor on the rear. There is Only one configuration Together 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, Which matches Base variants of Realme C3.
It is surprising to see such a small difference and the fact that the price of the Narzo 10A is only in the slot between the two variants of Realme C3. 500 between each phone. It would be tempting to spend just Rs. 500 more to get the C3 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, but then you lose the fingerprint sensor. This confirms our opinion that the Realme C3 should have a fingerprint sensor. It won’t cost too much, and the launch of the Narzo 10A may offend those who bought Realme C3 At lunch time.
The main selling point of the Narzo 10A is its three rear cameras, MediaTek Helio G70 Processor, 5000mAh battery and bold new look for the rear panel. You can find this phone in two new colors: So White and So Blue. The body of the Narjo 10A is all plastic, except for the unspecified version of Gorilla Glass on the front. Unlike the Realme C3 and previous low-cost models, there is no textured or gradient pattern at the back.
Instead, Realme has gone with a giant logo on the rear of this phone, to some extent as we have seen. Company power bank. We are not sure that this is the kind of brand people want to scream about, so this is an interesting option. Thankfully, the text in real life is much more subtle than it appears in company advertisements Promotional photosAt least on our So White demo unit. The logo is slightly elongated and has a texture, but we can barely make it out until we intentionally tilt the device under the light.
The Narzo 10A does not come with a case in the box, but our unit already has a screen protector. At 8.95 mm thick and 195 grams in weight, its dimensions are similar to the C3 and it is (casually) thinner and lighter than it is Narjo 10 (Analysis). If you have all three devices (and one some other Realme model) shoulder to shoulder, you won’t be able to tell them apart.
We are a little disappointed to see a micro-USB port at the bottom, noting that USB Type-C is now well-established in all price segments. On the bright side, the tray on the left has independent slots for two nano-SIMs and a microSD card. Realme also says that this model is “splash-resistant”.
The MediaTek Helio G70 impressed us when we reviewed the Realme C3 given its price, but couldn’t handle the PUBG mobile in its high-quality presets, and we expect to see it with the Narzo 10A as well. The C3 as well as the Narzo 10 have excellent battery life, and all three models have a capacity of 5000mAh, so there should be no surprise there. Likewise, by looking at our reviews of these two models you should be able to make a reasonable estimate of how the standard and macro cameras of the Naroza 10A will perform.
Nevertheless, we will soon have a full, independent review of the Realme Narzo 10A, and we will evaluate its performance, cameras, performance, battery life, ergonomics, software, and usage experience on their own properties.
Realme introduced its Narzo sub-brand to stand out select low-cost models, but buyers are likely to be confused and disappointed as the various models are similar. Should you buy Narzo 10A or will any of the Realme C3 variants offer better prices? You will have the answer in our review, so stay tuned to Gadgets 360.