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realme CEO Madhav Sheth showcases narzo 30 series ahead of launch

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realme is getting ready to launch the narzo 30 series in India as Madhav Sheth just confirmed the specs of one of the devices.
realme CEO Madhav Sheth showcases narzo 30 series ahead of launch
Madhav Sheth holding the realme narzo 30 Pro 5G (Photo from Madhav FutureX)

realme aims to make 5G more accessible in India

After releasing the narzo 10 and 10A last year and following it up with the narzo 20, 20A, and 20 Pro in September, the company is preparing to unveil the third generation of narzo smartphones. 

It has already started teasing the narzo 30 Series. realme's VP and CEO for India and Europe, Madhav Sheth revealed that the narzo 30 Pro 5G will be equipped with the powerful MediaTek Dimensity 800U 5G chipset. He further added,

One of the devices in the narzo 30 series will sport the latest MediaTek Dimensity 800U 5G processor at a never-before-seen price.

The Dimensity 800U is a 7nm octa-core chipset with two ARM Cortex-A76 cores for performance and six Cortex-A55 power-efficiency cores. It also features an ARM’s Mali-G57 GPU and an independent AI processing unit (APU).

Sheth had already hinted that realme is planning to launch a cheaper 5G smartphone before. He says that the company has a goal of democratizing 5G in India.

Last month, realme brought the X7 series, and with it came the Dimensity series of chipsets. After that, the company had said that half of the devices launching in India this year would have 5G support. 

Based on the leaked posters, the narzo 30A and narzo 30 Pro 5G will arrive in India only. The Narzo 30 Pro 5G as the name suggests will be a 5G-ready device. Rumors say that a rear image that Madhav Sheth recently has shown suggests that the narzo 30 Pro could be a rebranded realme Q2 from China.

Looking at the image, there is a square camera bump on the back with cavities for four cameras. The device has been listed with a 6.5-inch display, a 4,880mAh battery, and Android 11 out-of-the-box. Further, it measures 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.8 mm. 

In addition, Sheth dismissed the rumors that narzo will be a separate brand in the future. He explained that this is not a sub-brand and will continue to be part of the brand as it has always been.

Meanwhile, realme confirmed that Buds Air 2 will arrive with Active Noise Cancellation. Aside from featuring different sound modes, it appears to feature in-ear detection and auto-answer. 

Allegedly, realme will launch the narzo 30 series and Buds Air 2 on February 24 so let's wait for more details and announcements.


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