The faster G80 offers an octa-core CPU with a pair of powerful Arm Cortex-A75 operating up to 2GHz and Cortex-A55 cores at up to 1.8GHz, while its Mali-G52 GPU can reach peak speeds of 950MHz, amping up gaming performance and to make the Narzo 10 stand-out.
The Realme Narzo 10 ships with Android 10 and the latest Realme UI. Its 6.5-inch full screen display features a ‘mini-drop’ front-facing camera and a custom Eye Care mode. Meanwhile, inside, a massive 5000mAh battery – Realme’s largest – gives a typical 12 hours of game-time, nearly 21 hours of video watching or over two days (54 hours) of constant music. This giant battery can be boosted via its 18W fast charge (USB-C).
The uniquely styled rear side houses a quad-camera array with 48MP main camera, 119-degree ultra-wide angle, macro lens that focuses down to 4cm and specialized B&W sensor for unique Portrait pics and its ‘Super NightScape’ low-light photography enhancement. The 16MP selfie camera features Realme’s AI Beauty, and ‘Super Clear Selfie’ capture.
Realme offers the Narzo 10 with 4GB memory and 128GB storage, while the Narzo 10A is offered with a 3GB memory and 32GB storage. Both have the option of microSD storage to expand into, plus dual 4G SIM for connectivity choice.
Comparatively the Realme Narzo 10A may sound similar to the more powerful ’10 but there are distinct differences. In addition to the MediaTek Helio G70 inside and different color options, it features a triple rear camera setup with a 12MP primary camera, a 2MP portrait camera and 2MP macro camera and the front houses a 5MP selfie camera. The cameras get AI-enhanced capture modes such as AI Beautification, HDR, Panorama, and time lapse.