Realme Narzo 30 & Narzo 30 5G launching in India on June 24
Narzo 30 has Helio G95 whereas the Narzo 30 Pro has Dimensity 700!
In February this year, Realme launched its Narzo 30A & Narzo 30 Pro 5G smartphones in the Indian market but not the Narzo 30. Now, Realme is going to launching the phone in India in both 4G as well as 5G variants. The Narzo 30 & Narzo 30 5G are set to launch in India on the 24th of June alongside some other new Realme products. If you don’t know, both of these phones are already available in some markets outside of India, so we know all of the features. The only thing that is a mystery is the pricing for the Indian market.
Narzo 30 4G has specifications very similar to previously launched Realme phones in the budget segment. The only differentiating factor is the design on the rear. Realme says the company added a “racetrack-inspired chevron stripe” on the back of the phone. There is a triple camera setup on the rear, and on the front, the phone has a single selfie shooter placed in a hole-punch that sits on the top left of the panel.
This is a 6.5-inch 90Hz LCD with 1080p resolution & under the hood, the phone packs MediaTek Helio G95 SOC. This is the same chipset that we saw powering the Narzo 20 Pro, Realme 8 & the Realme 7. This chip is paired with LPDDR4X RAM and UFS 2.1 storage. In terms of the cameras, there are three on the rear that includes a primary 48 Megapixel shooter & two 2 Megapixel sensors. There is a 16 Megapixel selfie camera. Finally, the Narzo 30 4G has a 5,000mAh battery and supports 30W fast charging via the Type-C port.
The Narzo 30 5G, as the name suggests, is a 5G phone hence comes with a 5G chipset. It is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 700, the same SOC which powers the Realme 8 5G. Design-wise, it differs from the Narzo 30 in terms of the camera module design. There are three rear cameras just like the 4G version but this time placed in a rectangular camera module. The rest of the design remains the same as the 4G version.
There is a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD with 90Hz refresh rate, 48MP + 2MP + 2MP triple camera setup and a 5,000mAh battery. Interestingly, in the European market, the phone launched with 18W fast charging support, but in India, we are expecting it to feature the same 30W fast charging as the 4G variant; otherwise, it won’t make sense to launch the 5G variant with slower charging.
In short, Narzo 30 & Narzo 30 5G differ in only one aspect, and that’s the chipset. Apart from that, everything is the same, whether it is the display, the battery size, charging speed, storage type, etc. Let’s see how Realme prices these two phones in India since the price segment under Rs 20,000 is already crowded with a lot of Realme phones.