Realme has built its brand around sub-flagships offered at pocket-friendly price tags, but every single Realme device shares an almost identical design language. The vertical camera housing and polished slab look became a bit stale. That said, Realme has teased a brand new product called ‘Narzo’ — which is being presupposed to be a brand new line of smartphones.
#realme ka Naya Evolution!#realmeNarzo #ComingSoon pic.twitter.com/pOAFG7OxEl
— realme (@realmemobiles) March 18, 2020
Note that Realme hasn’t published any details about the mystery Narzo, but the favored publication 91Mobiles leaked a promotional poster that provides us a peek into the Narzo teaser. Reportedly, Realme has in works a brand new series of smartphones, which is meant to rival Xiamo’s performance-driven POCO and Redmi lineup.
The poster shows a neon word cloud, with tags like ‘GenZ,’ ‘Unique,’ and ‘Feel the Power’ — which, 91Mobiles speculates, points to the targeted audience, design, and performance, respectively. ‘GenZ’ evidently indicates that the Realme Narzo editions are going to be marketed to a younger consumer base. The flashy teaser and bright neon-colored poster would undoubtedly fit this theory.
The keyword ‘Unique’ suggests that Realme is planning on revamping its design language with this series. It’s too early to inform what the adopted changes are going to be , but it could mean anything from bolder, more striking color options, to a completely new design trend.
Finally, the tagline ‘Feel the Power’ points to robust hardware. The series might arrive with stronger chipsets (stronger than those Realme’s mid-range portfolio already features at least). Either that or Realme is teasing Narzo’s high-end battery performance.
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The source also claims that you simply can expect a minimum of two variants carrying this ‘Narzo’ moniker to launch in India soon. we do not have any official confirmation yet if the new series also will arrive in Pakistan or not but once Oppo’s sub-brand introduces this lineup, it’ll become the fifth family of Realme phones after Pro, C, X, and U.