Realme Narzo 50A Prime  Pros & Cons

Good Design

It does look more premium than quite a few budget phones but just as a personal choice, I would’ve loved a matte finish more.The phone has a boxy design with sharp corners that jut into your palms. In general, the Narzo 50A Prime is a bit heavy and also thick,

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Nice Display

The Narzo 50A Prime has an LCD display that refreshes only at 60Hz but offers FHD+ resolution.

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Great Battery Life

The device has a 5,000mAh battery that can charge at 18W. It can easily last the entire day on normal usage and on PCMark’s Battery test the phone got a healthy score of 16 hours 15 minutes.

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No Charger Inside The Box

the 50A Prime’s redeeming factors are its design and relatively clean software. Also, the phone doesn’t come with a charger inside the box, which all other competing products provide. Editor’s rating: 3.5 / 5

CONS

Macro Sensor Is Poor

The triple-camera setup on the device consists of a 50MP primary shooter alongside a 2MP macro and a depth shooter. Photos from the main sensor are passable with sharpened-up details,

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Verdict

The Realme Narzo 50A Prime relies on its sturdy build quality and reasonably nice display to wade through the budget smartphone segment’s murky waters.

The Lowdown

In terms of design, the Narzo 50A Prime tries to replicate a glass-like finish from its polycarbonate construction. It does look more premium than quite a few budget phones but just as a personal choice,

Final Verdict

The Realme Narzo 50A Prime and the Realme C35 are identical phones save for the use of a Unisoc T612 SoC being employed on the former as compared to the T616 SoC on the latter.