Realme may announce the Narzo 30 series next week, but one store in particular didn’t feel like waiting and put up a poster on its window, revealing some key specs. Note that the Pro model is joined by the 30A, but the vanilla Narzo 30 is not mentioned at all.
The Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G will be the first Narzo phone to sport 5G. This is courtesy of the MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset. Its Mali-G57 MC3 GPU will be pushing graphics to the phone’s 120 Hz display.
These specs line up with with the Realme Q2, also known as Realme 7 5G in the West. Of course, neither version is available in India yet. The Realme X7, which arrived in India last week, uses the same chipset but has a 60 Hz AMOLED display.
As for the Realme 30A, that is the phone at the bottom, the one with the wavy texture. The square camera bump with an LED flash in the bottom right corner is a common design element on Realme phones. You can see it on the Narzo 20, aka Realme 7i. Also note the rear-mounted fingerprint reader.