Realme has launched its Narzo 20 series of phones.The top-end model features a 90Hz screen and 65W charging for ~$220.
Realme launched the budget-focused Narzo family of phones earlier this year, and it’s now followed up with the Narzo 20 series. The family consists of three devices, namely the Narzo 20 Pro, Narzo 20, and Narzo 20A. So what makes each device stand out?
The Narzo 20 Pro is the most impressive device of the lot, featuring a Helio G95 mid-range gaming processor, 65W charging, a 4,500mAh battery, and a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. The charging speed in particular means you can go from zero to 100% juice in just 38 minutes, with 14% capacity in just three minutes.
Realme’s Pro variant also serves up a 48MP quad rear camera setup (featuring an 8MP ultra-wide shooter and two 2MP sensors as well), a 16MP selfie shooter in a punch-hole cutout, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, and White Knight or Black Ninja colorways.
Narzo 20 and Narzo 20A
Moving down the totem pole, we’ve got the Realme Narzo 20. It’s less impressive than the Pro variant for the most part, packing a Helio G85 chipset, 18W charging, and a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD screen with a 60Hz refresh rate. It also packs a triple rear camera setup (48MP, 8MP, and 2MP), an 8MP selfie shooter, and a rear fingerprint scanner.
However, the Narzo 20 also packs a 6,000mAh that’s much bigger than the Narzo 20 Pro’s 4,500mAh pack. So those who prioritize endurance above all else will want to keep an eye on this model.
Finally, the Narzo 20A is the cheapest device of the lot. The phone is powered by an older Snapdragon 665 chipset, and also serves up a 6.5-inch FHD+ LCD panel, a 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging, a 12MP triple rear camera combo (12MP+2MP+2MP), and an 8MP selfie shooter. Both the Narzo 20 and Narzo 20A are available in Glory Silver and Victory Blue colorways.
The Narzo 20 Pro starts at Rs 14,999 (~$204) for the 6GB/64GB model, and Rs 16,999 (~$232) for the 8GB/128GB variant. Meanwhile, the standard Narzo 20 retails for Rs 10,499 (~$143) for the 4GB/64GB variant, while the 4GB/128GB option will set you back Rs 11,499 (~$157). Realme’s Narzo 20A starts at Rs 8,499 (~$116) for the 3GB/32GB variant, and Rs 9,499 (~$129) for the 4GB/64GB option.
You can get your hands on the Pro variant from September 25, the standard Narzo 20 from September 28, and the Narzo 20A from September 30.
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