Realme introduced the second era of its ‘Narzo’ lineup of telephones earlier this month, when it launched the Realme Narzo 20 Professional and Narzo 20. Whereas the previous was priced upward of Rs 15,000 to be the extra ‘premium’ gadget on this lineup, the latter got here in simply north of the Rs 10,000 mark. Sticking to the lineup nomenclature that Realme established earlier than, it additionally has at hand the Realme Narzo 20A – a sub-Rs 10,000 smartphone that guarantees a very good smartphone utilization expertise at an introductory value vary of Rs 8,499.
At this value, the Realme Narzo 20A options the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC, a 6.5-inch HD+ show, 3/4GB of RAM, 32/64GB inner storage, 12MP triple rear digicam, an 8MP entrance digicam, a 5,000mAh battery and help for single-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5. With such specs, and at this value, the Realme Narzo 20A squarely competes in opposition to the Redmi 9i/9A from Xiaomi, Samsung Galaxy M01 and different telephones from the likes of Infinix and Realme itself. Given how aggressive this area is, ought to this actually warrant your consideration?
Design, ergonomics: Smooth and neat
The very first thing that strikes any purchaser a couple of cellphone is its design, and upon first impressions, the Realme Narzo 20A strikes a neat pose with its clean textured rear end. The plastic again panel has minimal, V-shaped textures, with a vertically aligned triple rear digicam module surrounded by a steel trim, and the bodily fingerprint scanner alongside it. As we famous in our overview of the Narzo 20, the Narzo 20A’s fingerprint sensor can be positioned a bit too excessive up the again panel, which makes it troublesome to succeed in even for individuals with massive palms. The facility/unlock button to the best, and the 2 quantity keys to the left are additionally positioned a tad too excessive, particularly you probably have smaller palms.
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Nonetheless, the general structure is pretty ergonomic. The speaker is positioned to the best of the microUSB charging port on the backside, which makes certain that you don’t find yourself blocking it together with your palms when streaming a video or gaming. To the left of the charging port is a 3.5mm audio port, which is an efficient factor to have. The 8.9mm thickness ensures that the Narzo 20A seems and feels glossy to carry, regardless of the big, 5,000mAh battery inside. At 195 grams, the Narzo 20A isn’t very mild, however the general cellphone doesn’t really feel heavy. If seems and in-hand really feel is something to go by, the Narzo 20A ticks off the best checkboxes from the onset.