Realme has bolstered its midrange phone portfolio by adding the Narzo 60 and Narzo 60 Pro to its lineup. Both phones sport similar sleek looks with textured vegan leather backs and large circular camera units, following the design pattern of the Realme 11 Pro. The Narzo 60 comes at a lower price, but it’s the Realme Narzo 60 Pro that has the hardware muscle to go with those rather sleek looks.
Realme Narzo 60 Pro Price, Specs
The Narzo 60 Pro comes with a large 6.7-inch curved AMOLED FHD+ display with a 120z refresh rate. It is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 7050 processor and comes with not only 8GB and 12GB of RAM variants but is also the first smartphone in its segment to have a massive 1TB storage variant making it a memorable beast of memory. As if that wasn’t impressive enough, the phone also comes with a 100-megapixel main sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS) (accompanied by a 2-megapixel snapper on the back) and a 5-megapixel battery. 000mAh with support for 67W SuperVOOC charging. All of this makes it a mid-range contender, with its starting price of Rs 23,999 (the 12GB + 1TB variant is priced at Rs 29,999) .
But despite carrying a lot of specs and styling weight, the Realme Narzo 60 Pro faces some good competition in its price segment. If you’re thinking of investing around Rs 25,000 in a smartphone, the Narzo 60 Pro is definitely a contender, but we really think you should check out these devices as well:
OnePlus NordCE 3: A challenger to the core (experience)
Price: 26,999 rupees
It will be available for purchase in August, but OnePlus Nord CE 3 is already casting a shadow over the prospects of all phones in the Rs 25,000 area. The phone may belong to the basic “base experience” (CE) range from OnePlus, but comes with specs that go way beyond that basic tag.
It runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 782G processor, the successor to the impressive Snapdragon 778G, and which is considered superior to the Dimensity 7050 on the Narzo 60 Pro. The Nord CE 3 also comes with a large 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. And while its 50-megapixel main sensor has half the megapixels of the Narzo 60 Pro, it’s the same Sony IMX890 sensor that is featured on the highly acclaimed OnePlus 11.
You also get a big 5,000mAh battery with 80W SuperVOOC charging and of course that super clean OxygenOS interface. The kind of proposition that might inspire people to “never settle” for a Narzo.
Google Pixel 6a: still a competitor
Price: 27,999 rupees
It’s not the last or the best Pixel, but it’s by far the most affordable, thanks to a number of price cuts. At its current price of Rs 27,999, the Pixel 6a hides close to the Narzo 60 Pro.
Spec hunters might scoff at its modest 6.1-inch FHD display with a “regular” 60Hz refresh rate, the megapixel count of its dual cameras (12.2 and 12), and smaller battery. , but these numbers don’t tell the whole story. Pixel 6a story.
The phone has that typical Pixel design with a camera bar on the back, and that seemingly small screen is actually quite good for watching content. The 12.2-megapixel and 12-megapixel rear cameras are steeped in the magic of Google’s computational photography and can pretty much beat most competitors in the segment in terms of clarity and detail.
Since this is a Pixel, you’re guaranteed not only to get the cleanest Android interface, but also the assurance of getting new builds and security updates before Android phones get released. other brands. There’s no charger in the box, but the 4,410mAh battery will easily last a day of heavy use.
More importantly, the Pixel 6a comes with Google’s own Tensor chip (similar to those seen on Pixel 6 flagships), which may not be a gaming beast but gives users access to a a number of features that are unlikely to be seen on other phones.
Realme 11 Pro: Clone Attack
Price: 24,999 rupees
There is a school of thought that insists that the Narzo series is essentially a rebranded version of other Realme phones. And phones like the Realme 11 Pro make it seem. The Realme 11 Pro is an almost carbon copy of the Narzo 60 Pro.
It also comes with that spherical camera unit on the back which has a vegan leather texture. You also get a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED curved display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 100-megapixel main sensor with OIS, with a more humble 2-megapixel sensor on the rear.
The processor is the same MediaTek Dimensity 7050, and there’s also a 5,000mAh battery, with support for 67W SuperVOOC charging.
In fact, perhaps the only major differences between the two handsets are the availability of a 1TB storage version for the Narzo 60 Pro and the fact that the Narzo 60 Pro starts at a slightly lower price.
iQoo Neo 7: One for gamers
Price: 28,999 rupees
The iQoo Neo 7 was the first smartphone in the Indian market to feature the MediaTek Dimensity 8200 processor, which made it a bit of a gaming beast in the mid-range segment. It definitely has the edge over the Narzo 60 Pro in terms of CPU power, and although it doesn’t have a 1TB storage variant, its 12GB + 256GB variant offers very good gaming performance. , with stereo speakers for a more immersive experience.
The phone also runs the Narzo 60 Pro close to the style stakes with a very chic glossy back and square camera unit. It comes with a 6.78-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate and a 64-megapixel main sensor with OIS capable of taking good shots.
However, please note that the two secondary 2-megapixel sensors aren’t as impressive.
A 5000mAh battery keeps the phone comfortably running for a day while a 120W charger with Flash Charge support tops it up in no time. The FunTouch UI on the phone might be a little too cluttered for some, but in terms of design and specs, this iQoo challenges the new Narzo a bit.
Redmi Note 12 Pro: A noteworthy all-rounder
Price: 23,999 rupees
It doesn’t have the fancy styling or big megapixels of the Narzo 60 Pro, but the Redmi Note 12 Pro is still the phone to get for many. Indeed, in the best Redmi Note tradition, it ticks most of the boxes and is a superb all-around device.
It comes with a very capable 50-megapixel main camera with OIS and a bright and vibrant 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Its Dimensity 1080 processor performs as well as the Dimensity 7050 on the Narzo 60 Pro, and there’s plenty of RAM around, although there’s no 1TB storage capacity.
Its large 5000mAh battery on board lasts a day and a half of heavy use and the accompanying 67W charger might not seem impressive in terms of numbers but still charges the phone in less than an hour .
Top that off with Xiaomi’s feature-rich MIUI interface that works great on the phone and excellent dual speakers and you’ve got an understated all-rounder that does it all well. It won’t turn heads like the Narzo 60 Pro does, but it will work just as well.
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