Now, of course, this phone offers a bunch of upgrades over its predecessor, the narso 20 pro. But, most importantly, what interests me is that the chipset that realme has used for the smartphone, the mediatek diamond city 800u chipset, is the same that the company used for this phone, the realme x7. And when you look at both these phones in terms of pricing, they are very near to each other. I mean they’re about two to three thousand rupees apart from each other, which brings me to an important question. If you are on the lookout for a 5g mid range smartphone in the market or say more specifically, if you’re on the lookout for a 5g mid range, real me smartphone, then, which one should you buy, should you go for the real mean rso30 pro 5g or Should you opt for the realme x7 let’s find out hello, everyone? My name is aman rashid you’re watching mr phone, and this is my review of the real me narso 30 pro 5g. But before we start, please go ahead and subscribe to the mr phone youtube channel. If you haven’t yet and do hit that bell icon so that you’re notified whenever we post a brand new video with that said, let’s get started Music right away. Talking about the phone’s design, the blade silver color variant of the narso 30 pro looks quite attractive, although, despite featuring a matte finish, the rear still picks up smudges quite easily.
Now both the narso 30 pro and the x7 are built out of plastic, but the in hand feel of both phones is quite solid for that matter. It is the real me x7 that feels more pleasant to hold in the hand thanks to its slimmer and lighter design. The narso 30 pro features a 6.5 inch full hd plus ips lcd display that refreshes at 120 hertz and offers a touch sampling rate of 180 hertz Music. The overall quality of the display is pretty fine, i would say, but being an lcd panel, i could notice bleeding around the punch, hole, camera, otherwise, a decent display on offer. You get good viewing angles, games and videos. Look fine and the touch operation is smooth as well. Now things get tricky when you compare this display with the one on the realme x7 i mean which display. Would you choose a 120 hertz lcd or a 60hz amoled? Let me know in the comments personally, i prefer 120 hertz refresh rate screens, but in this case i really feel that the overall display quality is without a doubt much better on the real me x7, despite it being a 60 hertz panel. What you get on offer is a wider viewing angles: better color reproduction and better brightness levels. That said, both phones support hdr 10 and come with white wine l1 support, which means viewing hd content shouldn’t be a problem. The narso 30 pro 5g ships with a real me, ui 1.
0, based on android 10, which is the same software that you get on the realme x7. Sadly, no android 11 on this realme phone as well anyway. The software experience is more or less the same as i found it to be on the realme x7 pro to know more, you can check out my review of the x7 pro on both the mr phone, english and hindi youtube channels. Apart from this, i have said it before, and i will repeat it that realme definitely needs to cut down on the pre installed apps. Apart from that, real me, ui on the narso 30 pro feels a light smooth and responsive partially thanks to the 120 hertz refresh rate panel i’m, also glad to report that i did not come across any ads as well on to the hardware side of things. Both the real me narso, 30 pro and real me x7, are powered by the mediatek diamond city 800u chipset in terms of variants. The narso 30 pro comes in a choice of two ram and storage options. The base variant has 6 gb of lpddr 4x ram and 64gb of ufs 2.1 storage, which is priced at 16, 999 rupees. The top end variant features 8 gb of ram coupled with 128 gb of storage, and this one is priced at 19, 999 rupees in comparison to the real me x7. The base variant of the narso 30 pro does come with half the storage, but bear in mind the naruto 30 pro does get a hybrid sim slot.
This means, if you feel the need to expand the storage. The option is right there and speaking of options. The narso 30 pro also has the headphone jack, which is not there on the real me x7 and the narso 30 pro also features a side mounted physical, fingerprint scanner, which, according to me, is faster, reliable and more accurate in unlocking the phone. When you compare it to the in display fingerprint sensor found on the realme x7, as for the performance, both the narso 30 pro and the x7 are pretty responsive and snappy devices, i had the 8gb ram variants of both phones, and i can assure you that i Did not come across any problems regarding multitasking also, the ram management on both phones is not aggressive and that’s great. In terms of gaming, i was only able to play call of duty mobile at medium graphics and asphalt 9 legends at 30 fps since that’s the max level of settings that were available. That said, the diamond city 800u chipset, was able to handle everything with ease for the most part. Frame rates were consistent while playing cody, but i did notice occasional frame drops while playing asphalt 9.. Overall, this is a decent chipset for gaming. I would just say that don’t get your hopes too high, although one good thing is that even after you have long sessions of gameplay for say about an hour on these phones, the diamond city 800u chipset ensures that these phones don’t overheat in terms of audio performance.
You get a single firing speaker on the real mean rzr 30 pro, which is present at the bottom. There’S, also support for dolby atmos, something that is not there on the realme x7 anyway here’s, how the audio sounds Music well, the audio definitely sounds richer and louder. On the narso 30 pro that said, the overall audio performance on both phones is strictly average and for those who care about haptics and vibrations. Well, that is also just average on both the phones and nothing. Special moving on the narso 30 pro features. A large 5000 mah battery under the hood, and its performance is good. Standby times are great overnight and both the narso 30 pro and the x7 can easily last a day on a single charge with a medium to heavy usage. The good thing is that both phones charge relatively fast. The naruto 30 pro features a 30 watt fast charging and takes about an hour to go from 0 to 100, while the x7 features 50 watt fast charging and takes about 45 minutes to go from 0 to 100. However, we can’t ignore the fact that the narso 20 pro features 65 watt fast charging, which makes the 30 watt charging on the nars 30. Pro look like a downgrade, and i understand real me – has done cost cutting with the narso 30 pro and the 30 watt fast charging thingy, but a downgrade is a downgrade. Finally, it is time for the cameras and boy – oh boy, there’s, a fourth lens missing at the back on the narzo 30 pro i mean the narso 20 pro features a quad rear camera setup, so there’s that anyway, the narso 30 pro features a triple rear.
Camera setup that comprises a 48 megapixel primary camera, an 8 megapixel ultra wide angle, camera and a 2 megapixel macro camera. At the front, you get a 16 megapixel camera for selfies situated in the punch hole. As for the real me x7, this phone also features a triple rear, camera setup. However, you get a 64 megapixel main camera on this phone, along with the same 8, megapixel ultra wide angle, camera and a 2 megapixel macro camera at the front. There’S, a 16 megapixel punch hole camera for selfies. Looking at the photos side by side, it is pretty evident that the realme x7 is definitely the better performer among the two. Of course, both cameras are able to capture detailed images, but the x7 for sure edges out the narso 30 pro, since the x7 photos are more color accurate and the x7 also does a better job at handling dynamic range. Even this photo taken at night on the narso 30 pro, which i think is pretty decent by the way, starts to look inferior when you put it side by side with the photo that i took on the realme x7. As for selfies, once again, the overall output on the real me x7 is better than that of the narso 30 pro. So yes, the cameras. If you compare the narso 30 pro and the real me x7, i mean for sure the x7 has an edge in terms of cameras over the narso 30 pro 5g.
That said, i think the cameras on this smartphone are still pretty decent on their own check out a few samples see ultimately, if you’re a fan of warm and saturated color tones, you’ll love the output from the narso 30 pro’s main camera. The dynamic range could have been better, as you saw in the comparison photos, but fine performance. Overall, i would say the wide angle. Camera also does a decent job when it comes to color reproduction and a dynamic range. However, i did notice barrel distortion at the edges. In some photos, the macro camera is plain trash and useless. It shouldn’t have been there. Let’S move on night photos come out. Fine if you click them in decent lighting conditions. Of course, a night mode does help in improving the overall details and exposure and by the way, when you select a night mode, you’ll find a setting in the top left corner, it’s called tripod mode. So for people who love to take, you know long exposure shots at night. I think you guys are going to enjoy this feature a lot. I feel it is a cool and awesome feature which i know i would rarely use, but it is there just in case if you want to play around sometime, it works selfies taken for the most part, look acceptable, colors, look good, all the details and dealing with Skin textures could have been done better in terms of video recording the rear camera just does a satisfactory job.
I mean details. Colors and stabilization are fine for the most part, but it is when you shoot against the light that the camera starts to struggle. Ultra steady mode definitely produces well stabilized footage, but since this mode uses the wide angle, camera for recording the details go for a toss. Colors, look off and dark areas in the videos are handled poorly. Finally, take a look at the selfie video and let me know what you think about the picture and audio quality front facing full hd 30 fps sample being recorded on the narso 30 pro 5k. So let me know in the comments: what do you guys think about uh the overall quality? What do you think about the picture quality? How does the mic capture the audio okay against the light it does struggle in terms of highlight? But if i shoot it like this, then he’s doing a decent, fairly decent job. So should you buy the narso 30 pro 5g? Well, the phone is definitely a solid upgrade over its predecessor, the narso 20. Pro for sure you get a solid battery life overall performance is also good, and the camera performance is also acceptable. Most importantly, for a few extra bucks, you are getting a 5g smartphone, which means that the narso 30 pro is definitely future proof over the narso 20. Pro that said, if future proofing is what you’re looking for a 5g matters to you a lot and, of course, you’re willing to pay more, i would say that you opt for the real me x7 on this phone.
You get a better build quality, superior cameras, faster charging and, of course, the 60 hertz amoled display does triumph over the 120 hertz lcd panel found on the narso 30 pro, and that was my review of the real me naruto 30. Pro 5g hit the like button.