The Realme Narzo 50 smartphone with a budget of Rs 15,000 has been launched a few days ago. Let’s find out what this phone is like through reviews…
New Delhi: There are many smartphones coming in the budget segment of the market. In the same segment, Realme has introduced its new smartphone Realme Narzo 50. What is the design and performance of this phone and is this phone a good choice for you? Let us know the answers to these questions from this review.
Realme Narzo 50-Design-Display:
First of all, we don’t like the design of this phone. The phone looks good in a simple look and this phone does not live up to those expectations. We had the Speed Blue color variant of the phone. Compared to other phones currently on the market, this break seems to be more. The phone is not very slippery. The back panel of the phone comes with a glossy and matte finish combination. It has a regular camera bump and has a quad-camera setup. Using the phone with one hand went a little difficult. Get covered with your phone. So it would be beneficial to use it.
As for the display, it has a 6.6-inch FHD + display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. This is an ultra-smooth display. The viewing experience of the phone is very good. However, the AMOLED display would have made a difference. This feature is good depending on the price range in which the phone is launched. On the phone, you will have a great experience watching videos on any platform. The phone has an ultra-smooth display which will enhance the viewing experience. We also had a great experience playing the game. It has the advantage of being given a 120 Hz refresh rate. The graphics also look good. Overall, we didn’t notice any issues with the phone’s display.
Realme Narzo 50-Performance:
The phone has an Helio G96 gaming processor. It has an octa-core processor, along with up to 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Multitasking is easily accomplished on the phone. In terms of RAM and storage, this is perfect for an average user. Playing games on the phone is doubly enjoyable and the handset does not get hot. However, playing more heavy games can make the phone feel hot. Therefore, in terms of performance, this phone is a good option for regular users.
As for gaming, we had no problem playing games like racing games and Candy Crush. You can also play heavy games as the phone has a gaming processor. I tried playing Asphalt 9 games on this phone, which is 2.4 GB in size. The game took a long time to download even when connected to Wi-Fi.
Speaking of the phone’s OS, it works on Android 11 based Realme UI 2.0. It lacks Android 12. It’s been a long time since the latest software came on the market, but it still has an older version. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The phone has Android 11 and has smooth processing. The interface of the phone is not clean. You can delete these unnecessary apps. This will clean the interface of the phone.
Realme Narzo 50-Camera:
Speaking of photography, it has a triple rear camera setup. It has a 50-megapixel primary camera with an aperture of f / 1.8, a 2-megapixel macro lens, and 2 megapixels black and white lens. During the day you can take detailed photos on the phone. The colors will also look clear. Also, if you want to capture a particular scene, the results are good. The photos were taken in the nightlight also come out well and this impressed us. However, not too much up to the mark. According to this range, the camera of the phone meets the expectations. However, taking a photo in a very dark place will disappoint you. Because photos taken in the dark do not have detailing. The camera of this phone can capture dual-view video. If you like photography, you will get good results in day and night light.
It has all the camera features of other phones. It comes with a 50MP Mode with Ultra Steady Video, Night Mode, Panoramic view, Expert, Timelapse, Portrait Mode, HDR, Ultra Macro, AI Scene Recognition, AI Beauty, Filter, Chroma Boost, Slow Motion. However, there is not much difference between normal mode and 50MP mode when taking photos. The results were almost identical. Night mode doesn’t work either. However, if you just like to take photos and are not a professional then you will definitely like the camera of the phone.
It has a 16-megapixel in-display front camera. The selfie camera is similar to the rear camera. Selfies come in handy during the day. However, photos taken at night and in low light will disappoint you.
Realme Narzo 50- Battery:
The Realme Narzo 50 comes with a 33-watt SuperDart 5000 mAh battery with fast charging support. Companies make many claims about batteries, but it is important to see how true they are. During our testing, the phone charged 17% in 10 minutes. The average user can use the phone for 1 to 1.5 days. The battery of the phone is focused on an average and moderate user. We watched 8 to 9 hours of video on it, but the phone didn’t run out of battery. Even after watching 8-9 hours of video while on 100 percent charging, a few percent batteries were left.
Realme Narzo 50- Our decision:
The 4GB + 64GB storage variant of Realme Narzo 50 is priced at Rs 12,999 and the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant is priced at Rs 15,499. The phone has decent features compared to the price. There are a few minor flaws. As such, the experience of photography was not so special. Also, the design is not so much liked. However, since each user has a different opinion about the design, others may like it. The camera of the phone is suitable for the average user. However, the camera cannot be called professional. If you are thinking of buying a phone at this price, you can look at other handsets as well.