Realme Narzo 50 Review

ByTech Khulasa

Realme appears to be continuing its strategy from last year by bombarding the Indian smartphone space with new launches at short intervals. The company has already unveiled three smartphones under the Realme 9 series this year so far, and we’re barely into March.

Verdict

The Narzo 50 is priced well according to the specs on offer. It misses out on an OLED panel and an ultra-wide shooter but it makes up with its capable performance and relatively user-friendly software experience.

The Lowdown

The Narzo 50’s exterior construction matches that of the usual assortment of budget phones in the market. Innovation in that regard has largely remained stagnant with a few notable exceptions.

Final Verdict

In terms of overall value-for-money, I think that you are getting exactly what you are paying for, barring an OLED panel or an ultra-wide sensor. The pertinent question is whether you should drop an extra Rs 500 and buy the Redmi Note 11 (review) for Rs 13,499.

Editor’s Rating: 3.5 / 5

Pros: – Decent display – Good daylight camera     performance – Smooth performance Cons: – Still on Android 11 – Depth sensor serves little         purpose

Key Specs

Realme Narzo 50 RAM- 4 GB Processor- MediaTek Helio G96 Rear Camera - 50 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP Front Camera - 16 MP Battery - 5000 mAh Display - 6.6 inches

I remember reviewing the Realme Narzo 50a (review) back in September of last year and after a gap of nearly 5 months, the former OPPO sub-brand is making additions to the series.