Realme, a Chinese company, originally a sub-brand to Oppo, which gained independence in 2010 is set to introduce the Narzo 30A, Narzo 30 Pro, together with Buds Air 2 TWS earphones on 24 February. The Narzo 30A, in particular, the Pro version is mainly focused on mobile gamers and does everything to accommodate their needs.
Realme has already confirmed the Narzo 30 Pro will feature the most recent 8-core 2.4GHz MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC chipset supporting dual SIM 5G although haven’t specified which chipset will be used in the Narzo 30A yet. However, unofficial information has appeared on cross-platform benchmark Geekbench suggesting that the Narzo 30A will come with the 8-core 1.8 GHz MediaTek Helio G85 SoC (4G) – the same chip which is also in the Narzo 20, sold as Realme 7i in Europe.
The Geekbench’s database also revealed that Narzo 30A’s (RMX3171) performance would be backed by 4GB RAM and run on Android 10 out of the box. There might be different Storage/RAM options available when the new Narzo 30A appears on the market.
Realme hasn’t revealed any of the Narzo 30A and Narzo 30 Pro’s detailed specs yet, but the Realme’s event page on the company’s Indian website version reveals the Pro model will get a 120Hz 6.5-inch FullHD+ screen with a 180Hz sampling rate covering 90.5% of the phone’s front side (screen-to-body ratio).
The images reveal that the Narzo 30 Pro variant will feature a triple camera setup on the back, a fingerprint reader on its side, and have a punch hole in the screen for the selfie camera.
We have also learned, that the Pro version will get a massive 6000mAh battery which should have, according to Realme, enough juice for 10hours of continuous gaming (most likely with data being turned off) or 27 hours of YouTube video playback. The battery will support Realme’s own fast-charging technology DART with 30W output, enabling the smartphone to charge 0-100% in 65 minutes.
As mentioned earlier on, the new Realme 30 Pro is mainly focused on the mobile gaming community so the charging temperature will be kept under 38°C while gaming to even better experience without sweaty hands.