Introducing narzo 50A and narzo 50i – Realme’s new low-end models

Introducing narzo 50A and narzo 50i – Realme’s new low-end models

Introducing narzo 50A and narzo 50i – Realme’s new low-end models

News unit Realme brand on Friday, September 24, 2021 ( 2 Mehr 1400) of two new phones narzo 50A and narzo 50i has been unveiled for the Indian market, both of which belong to the lower end of the market. and offer a very low competitive price. These two models should be a continuation of the series

Realme narzo 50A

narzo 50A from the very first encounter, with a look at the top teardrop notch, it clearly shows its belonging to the lower category of the market. On the back of the device, there is a very large area for cameras, which continues to the fingerprint sensor and is completely larger than all other narzo phones. In this section, of course, except for the less important 2 megapixel sensors, there is only one important camera. The empty vertical space under the camera in both dark green and light blue colors of the device is formed with a diagonal pattern of parallel lines, which creates a different form in contrast to the monochromatic vertical bar in front of it.

Dimensions of the phone It is 9.6 x 75.9 x 164.5 mm, which in addition to the excessive height caused by the thick border at the bottom of the screen, is also very thick; The main culprit of this relatively large thickness should be the 6000 mAh battery of the device. The weight of the phone is also high as expected and with 207 grams it is among the heavyweights of this category.

The 6.5-inch screen of the device is a simple LCD sample with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels, which covers 88.7% of the device, and its maximum point brightness reaches 570 nits, according to the manufacturer. In the upper part of the notch, there is an 8-megapixel selfie camera with the possibility of recording 1080p video. The 5-stage lens in front of it has an aperture of f/2.0 and, of course, it does not support automatic focus.

Cameras Ditching the 2-megapixel depth-of-field and close-up sensors (both at f/2.4), the back of the device contains only a single 50-megapixel imaging unit, apparently from Samsung JN1 sensor is used in it. The very small pixels of this sensor are 0.64 microns, which after combining all four cells into one cell, form a larger 1.28 micron pixel at 12 megapixel resolution. This camera supports phase detection autofocus and the front lens aperture is f/1.8. The maximum video recording resolution in the main narzo 50A camera is 1080p/60fps, and in slow motion we can achieve a maximum resolution of 720p/120fps.

The narzo 50A processor is once again chosen from the less powerful 12nm MediaTek and this time the lottery is called Helio G85; In this chipset, 2 cores of up to 2 GHz Arm Cortex-A75 next to 6 cores up to 1.8 GHz Cortex-A55 is used and the task of graphic processing is assigned to the underpowered Mali-G52MC2. The RAM of the phone is fixed 4 GB of LPDDR4X type and it has 64 or 128 GB internal memory that can be upgraded (up to another 256 GB through a dedicated microSD slot).

The battery capacity of this phone as one of its main positive points is 6,000 mAh, which the manufacturer can fully charge once for 48 hours of calls, 8 hours of playing games or 53 days in stand mode. -by knows enough. This battery also supports reverse wired charging (to charge the battery of other devices) and is powered by a not-so-powerful 18-watt charger through the USB-C port.

realme narzo 50A with operating system Android 11 and the realme UI 2.0 user interface from October 7 (15 Mehr 1400) with a base price of 11,499 Indian rupees (with The current currency conversion rate is close to 155 US dollars) for the 4GB/64GB version, and 12,499 rupees ($169) should be spent for the 4GB/128GB version.

Realme narzo 50i

Narzo 50i is the cheaper phone of this duo, which comes with a simpler and lighter version of Android 11, i.e. Go version is equipped and in terms of design, it has clear differences with 50A. The front part of the device still displays the bottom thick border and the upper drop notch, but the design of the back of the phone has changed in both mint green and black colors of the device, and the camera area has now taken on a simpler square shape. There is no mention of a fingerprint sensor not only in this part, but apparently in the whole phone, and this issue indicates the price range of the device. Moving the main speaker of the device to the back and using the outdated microUSB port also show other signs of dealing with a very cheap phone.

The screen of the device is still 6.5 inches with HD+ resolution or 720×1600 pixels, which Once again, according to the manufacturer, it covers 88.7% of the device and its maximum brightness reaches 400nits. The selfie camera of the phone is 5 megapixels with f/2.2, which in the absence of a fingerprint sensor provides a more important task for facial recognition and unlocking the screen; Although it is not said, it is clear that one should not expect high accuracy and speed from it in this task.

On the back, there is only one camera with LED flash, an 8-megapixel model with a four-stage f/2.0 lens. naturally, one cannot expect anything special from it, and for video recording, the maximum resolution of 1080p/30fps is sufficient.

narzo 50i in the field of processor, it works like other components of the phone and the 28 nm Unisoc SC9863A processor with 8 cores up to 1.6 GHz Cortex-A55 and P graphics owerVR IMG8322 performs within the price range of the device. The RAM of the phone is 2 or 4 GB and it has 32 or 64 GB of internal memory that can be upgraded (up to another 256 GB through a dedicated microSD slot).

The battery of the device is 5,000 mAh, which, according to Railme, will be enough for 43 days of standby mode or 43 hours of calls once it is fully charged. The type of phone charger is not mentioned on the device’s specification page, although in this price category, one does not expect much to see a fast charger.

Realme narzo 50i with Android 11 Go version from October 7 (15 Mehr 1400) with a price of 7,499 rupees ($101) for the 2GB/32GB version and 8,999 rupees ($122) for the 4GB/64GB version in India.

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