Finally, Realme has released two new smartphones as part of its Narzo 60 line. The Narzo 60 and the Narzo 60 Pro have both had their identities revealed by the firm. For the Realme Narzo 60 series, the company Realme chose for a design that is very fashionable. It is quite similar to the Realme 11 Pro series, which was only recently released, and it has a circular camera with a vegan leather finish on the back. In spite of the fact that the Narzo series is almost associated with the budget-friendly market, the manufacturer has included certain high-end features into the Narzo 60 series. To begin, there is a main sensor with 100 megapixels and optical image stabilization (OIS). Additionally, the phone has a Dimensity 7050 engine and has 12GB+12GB dynamic RAM. The fact that it has capacity equal to that of flagship devices—1 terabyte—is the most notable aspect of the gadget.
The display on the Narzo 60 Pro is a curved AMOLED measuring 6.7 inches in size and boasting a resolution of FHD+ and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The display on the Narzo 60 is a 6.43-inch AMOLED and it maintains the same FHD+ resolution. However, the refresh rate is just 90Hz.
Both of these new phones come with MediaTek chipsets; the Pro use a Dimensity 7050, while the Narzo 60 utilizes a Dimensity 6020. The Pro model now comes with a 1 terabyte (TB) storage option, which may be combined with 12 gigabytes (GB) of RAM.
The rear of the Narzo 60 Pro has a 100 megapixel primary camera that has an aperture of 1.75, a lens that measures 26 millimeters, and optical image stabilization. The second module on the rear of the camera is a 2 megapixel macro camera. The Narzo 60 reverts to a primary camera with 64 megapixels and a depth camera with 2 megapixels. Both models of the Narzo 60 smartphone run Relame UI 4.0, which is based on Android 13, and come with 5,000 mAh batteries; however, the Pro model is capable of charging at up to 67W, while the non-Pro model is limited to charging at 33W.
Mars Orange and Cosmic Black are the two color options for the Realme Narzo 60 and 60 Pro smartphones.
Prices for the Narzo 60 range from INR 17,999 for the basic model with 8/128GB of storage to INR 19,999 for the top-tier model with 8/256GB.
The base model of the Nazro 60 Pro costs INR 23,999 and has 8/128GB of storage. There is a variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage that can be purchased for INR 26,999, while the most expensive model has 12GB RAM and 1TB storage and costs INR 29,999.
The Realme Online shop and the Amazon India website will begin taking pre-bookings for the Narzo 60 series on July 6 at one o’clock in the afternoon. The 15th of July is set aside for the beginning of open sales.