Just a few days before it unveils officially, a live image of Realme Narzo 10 has surfaced on the web. The device is scheduled to be launch in India on March 26 along with Narzo 10A. The image was posted by a reputed leakster Ishan Agarwal on Twitter showcasing the upcoming Realme Narzo 10 in the wild.
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The Realme Narzo 10 is speculated to be a rebranded version of Realme 6i that wasn’t released in India when the company launched its Realme 6 series. The tweet also suggests that the phone will pack in MediaTek Helio G80 SoC which goes on par with Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 SoC for context.
The tweet also states that the said image is of a phone with model number RMX2040 aka Realme 6i or Realme Narzo 10. Realme has already launched a landing page for the smartphone that dictates that the phone will have a 5,000 mAh battery. The device will boast a 6.5-inch display with a waterdrop-shaped notch as seen in the image as well. Apart from that, the phone will have a 4GB/128GB of internal storage as its base variant.
Further, the phone will feature a quad-camera setup unlike its sibling Narzo 10A. The rear camera setup is basically a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP telephoto, 2MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor while the front shooter will be 16MP. Since Realme Narzo 10 will run on MediaTek Helio G80, we already know that the phone has already scored 203,078 mounted while the Realme 6 recently snagged away 290,210 points on AnTuTu. There’s no concrete Indian pricing available yet although there are pointers since Realme 6i (Narzo 10) has already been released in Myanmar.
Realme Narzo 10 Pricing
According to the international pricing, Realme Narzo 10 could be priced at Rs 16,000/- although the leakster did mention that the phone will be priced in the sub-15K price tag.
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