Realme to Launch Narzo 20 Series With Punch-Hole Display in India on September 21

Realme to Launch Narzo 20 Series With Punch-Hole Display in India on September 21

Earlier it was rumoured that the Narzo 20 series will make its debut in the country alongside Realme 7 Series. However, the Narzo 20 series was not launched as per the expectations but today the company itself confirmed the launch of the upcoming Narzo smartphone. The virtual launch event is scheduled for September 21 at 12:30 PM in India. Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth also confirmed that the company will be launching 3 smartphones under the Narzo 20 lineup i.e. Realme Narzo 20A, Realme Narzo 20 and Realme Narzo 20 Pro.

The CEO also added that the “Narzo is a performance-oriented series built for all young players in India.” The tweet also mentioned the Narzo smartphones will come with the best processor in its segment along with other features. Moreover, The three Narzo smartphones will cover all price ranges and will be focusing on performance rather than the camera.

A piece of good news for all Realme users is that as a part of the surprise, the company is expected to unveil its 2nd generation Realme UI in the event which will be based on Android 11. But there is no word that the Realme UI 2.0 will be there in the upcoming Narzo phones or not.

What to Expect From Narzo 20A, Narzo 20 and Narzo 20 Pro?

Well, it’s very obvious that the Narzo 20A will be the cheapest among the three whereas Narzo 20 Pro will be the costliest. Narzo 20 will fall somewhere between the two smartphones. If you look at the promotional image closely, there are three smartphones which imply that the cheapest Narzo 20A will come with a square camera module and a fingerprint scanner at the back. The smartphone may be priced under Rs. 10,000 as the existing C-series sports similar back panel. Now moving ahead, we see another smartphone with triple rear camera and a rear fingerprint scanner which can be the Narzo 20. The third one and the costliest one will be having a quad rear camera, however, there is no fingerprint scanner. It is likely that there would be a side-mounted fingerprint scanner or in-display fingerprint scanner that means an AMOLED display.

One thing we can expect from smartphones is better battery life, high performance and trendy design with a punch-hole display over a high-quality camera. Other than that, there is no information so stay tuned for more updates on the day of launch!

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