Realme recently confirmed that Narzo 30 is indeed within the works and should launch soon in China and India. It’s very likely the Narzo 30 smartphone is going to be flanked by a Narzo 30A and a Narzo 30 Pro within the series, only to require things forward from last year’s Narzo 20 line. Although not confirmed, Realme possesses a replacement smartphone certified on China’s TENAA authority and this phone could also be the Realme Narzo 30 Pro. The key specifications of the upcoming smartphone have also been leaked via the web site.
Realme has got a new phone certified on the TENAA website
The TENAA listing, spotted by Playfuldroid first, sheds the sunshine on what this Realme phone seems like. There seems to be a group of 4 cameras on the rear, aligned diagonally inside an oblong island alongside the LED flash. The Realme branding is found at rock bottom left side in reasonably small fonts and, gladly, there’s no “Dare to Leap” slogan. On the left side is that the volume rocker while the proper side has the facility button with the fingerprint sensor mounted thereon. This provides a thought there might be an LCD on the phone, although the dimensions aren’t known.
The Realme phone bears the model number RMX3161, which may be a higher number than the one in RMX2161, the model number for Narzo 20 Pro. This is often the sole reason why it’s being believed this new Realme phone might be the Narzo 30 Pro. Also, a regulatory authority previously hinted the model number for the third phone within the series, Narzo 30A could also be RMX3171 and this phone has not been listed on TENAA yet. There are some gaps to fill but it can’t be possible until more details about the Realme Narzo series model numbers emerge.
This phone could be the Narzo 30 Pro that is said to launch soon
But, on the brilliant side, the specifications of the Narzo 30 Pro can also are leaked. This smartphone will accompany Android 11 and have 5G connectivity. Although the chipset isn’t clear for now, I’m assuming the mid-end chipsets from either MediaTek or Qualcomm. Realme has thus far relied on MediaTek chipsets for its low-end and mid-end 5G devices but there’s a high chance the corporate may make a switch to the Snapdragon 480 or Snapdragon 690 processor rather than Density chipsets. Further, this phone features a 6.5-inch screen and a 4880mAh battery. And it measures 162.5×74.8×8.8mm.
There are many things that we don’t know yet about this phone, like the front camera mechanism (punch-hole or notch), fast charging capabilities of the battery, and therefore the details of the cameras on the phone. But there’s one thing definite which is Realme Narzo 30 Pro may arrive before later, alongside the Narzo 30, the retail box design may be a matter of a poll immediately. The initial launch may happen in China but the phone will eventually come to the Indian market.