The Realme Narzo 30 Pro is Realme’s latest 5G phone and it’s a beauty. This phone has everything you need for a modern day. Smartphone:
- excellent camera.
- big battery.
- Fast charging function.
- Connections are also available for those who live near Realme’s realm.
It also runs instantly on Android Pie! Keep reading below to learn more about this awesome device!
This review covers all aspects of what we can test: design and build quality. Denote; Performance; camera; Updates on software experience and stock Android Pie running on Realme OS google app (Gmail, etc.); battery life; Audio output including speaker/headphone and call quality. There are a few other features included with Realme, such as real-time translation and AI face unlock, but those features were not tested in the time Realme had allotted for this review.
Design/Build Quality: The Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G Phone is a metal all-in-one 5G phone with curved edges reminiscent of many flagship smartphones. It is sturdy and feels very good in the hand. It’s IP68 rated, so even if you accidentally drop it, you don’t need a case to protect it from water or dust! We’re also impressed with the clicker’s responsiveness to buttons and the haptic feedback when you press backspace while typing on Whatsapp. Sufficient storage is available at 128GB, and Realme also adds a microSD slot, allowing you to add up to 256GB if needed.
At the Realme Narzo, 30 Pro launch event, Realme announced that it has partnered with Google for some of its latest updates, including Android Pie pre-installed on devices and regular monthly security patches! We were excited to see this because it means we don’t have to wait for future software updates before they are installed. Just like how many other flagship smartphones do today.
Realme OS is based on native Android, but with additional features like real-time translation and AI face unlock enabled by default (you may or may not want to enable it). Realme also includes a feature called Real-Time Voice Assistant like Siri or Google Assistant, but it’s more localized and lets you speak in your own language without having to translate it first.
The Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G Phone has a larger than average display of about 6 inches, making it excellent for multimedia consumption and gaming on the device. It features an LCD IPS panel instead of an OLED, so there are some trade-offs when compared side-by-side with an AMOLED panel. That said, the colors were vivid enough while still being visible in dim lighting conditions, thanks to the brightness levels that weren’t as high as the AMOLED panels.
Realme’s Narzo 30 Pro is fast and responsive in normal use (thanks to the Snapdragon 450 chipset) with no noticeable lag when opening apps or multitasking between multiple apps. Real-time translation also worked well for those who needed it. At the same time, AI face unlock was accurate for unlocking a device, but that doesn’t mean it’s not without false positives at times. This may be improved over time with future software updates.
The benchmark performance of our test was significantly higher than any other subtest, with a healthy median of around 3300 in the Geekbench multicore test.$350 like smartphones on the market today. Samsung Galaxy J series devices and Xiaomi Redmi 5G phones. Realme is the only smartphone company that offers sub-services.$350 It’s a phone that comes with the Snapdragon 450 chipset, so it’s pushing boundaries in this regard.
The Realme Narzo 30 Pro camera has been great in most situations we’ve tried. The macros came out crisp and vivid, and the close-ups were also clear with great contrast thanks to the dual camera setup. Realme also includes features like AI scene detection that automatically detects what is being filmed and then captures it accordingly. at the center of it! These two specific features set the Realtime Narzos 30 pro apart from other devices on the market today when it comes to taking pictures.
Realme has included a 4000mAh battery in the Realme Narzo 30 Pro, which is on par with today’s other flagship and high-end 5G phones like the Samsung Galaxy S series devices or the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Tests have shown that it lasts about 15 hours with a mix before it needs to be recharged. That’s quite a bit compared to most smartphones. Even if it doesn’t last as long as other smartphones we’ve seen. Xiaomi Mi Max Pro Real Time Power management and low CPU usage modes also help extend the runtime of the device by limiting background apps that run in the background while the device is in use.
Realme is making waves with its cheap 5G phone offerings lately, but the new Realme Narzo 30 Pro is the best Realme 5G phone. Weighing only 150g and measuring 155mm x 73mm, this slim device is also great for multitasking with an LCD IPS panel for multimedia consumption and gaming on Realme Narzo 30 pro about 6 inches!
The Realme Narzo 30 Pro is fast and responsive in normal use thanks to the Snapdragon 450 chipset. It also helps to make things more fluid, even if opening apps from the home screen can sometimes take slightly longer than expected. Real-time power management and low CPU usage mode help extend the runtime of your device while limiting background apps running in the background, so you can do more before you need to recharge.
Real-time translation works well for those who need it too. At the same time, AI face unlocking is accurate for device unlocking, but that doesn’t mean it’s free from occasional false positives (which may improve over time with future software updates).
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