In india, with starting price of just 16, 999 rupees now other than that, it also boasts some pretty interesting features such as a 120 hertz display a large battery with fast charging and, of course, a powerful 5g soc. However, it’s time to find out, if it’s worth your money and if it’s a decent upgrade over the real mean rs or 20 pro hi, i’m royden you’re watching gadgets 360. And this is my review of the real me narso 30 pro 5g. But before we go ahead, a quick reminder to subscribe to our channel if you haven’t and also hit that bell icon so you’re the first to know whenever we have a new video Music, like always let’s price, the smartphone for 16 999 rupees, you get the base Variant of the navso 30 pro 5g, with 6 gigs of ram and 64 gigs of storage for about 3000 rupees more, you can get the higher variant with 8gb of ram and 128gb of storage, which is the one that i’ll be testing today. Now, with that, out of the way, let’s take a look at the phone now i have talked about the design of the narso 30 pro 5g in my first impressions piece and even after a week of using it. My opinion hasn’t really changed that much the all plastic body has held up well, so far, ergonomics are good and it doesn’t feel very heavy, even though it weighs about 194 grams, the blade silver color that i have looks nice and it does a good job of Hiding fingerprints, although it would have been nice to see some sort of a design here as without it it does end up.
Looking a bit bland. The side mounted fingerprint sensor works very well. All that’s needed is a quick tap to unlock this phone. All the physical buttons are also placed within reach of your fingers, with good tactile feedback. Now, while i’m all praises for the design, i quite like the display too, which is large and vivid it’s, a 6.5 inch lcd panel with a full hd plus resolution. It delivers good levels of brightness and color saturation. Now i would have liked an amoled panel on the pro model, but i think the inclusion of 120 hertz refresh rate kind of makes up for it now. One thing i did notice is that, on the default auto setting, the display runs at 90 hertz and not 120 hertz, which seems to be by design according to realme. You’Ll have to manually set the refresh rate to 120 hertz to get the smoothest effect, which is still adaptive and will cycle between 120 90 and 60 hertz based on your activity. The real mean also 30. Pro 5g is powered by the mediatek dimensi 800u soc, which has a built in 5g modem. It is a powerful and power. Efficient, processor and we’ve also recently seen it in realme’s own x7 smartphone. The internal storage is expandable via the hybrid sim slot. You get real me ui version 1 running on android 10 out of the box. This is a bit disappointing, as android 11 has been out for a bit and it’s something that others are offering at the same price range, but it’s not a big deal breaker.
Since this phone should be one of the first in line to get the real me ui 2.0 update, which is based on android 11., the current version is still highly functional and i don’t really have any complaints with it. You get plenty of shortcuts gestures and options to customize your experience of the phone. Now some of the preloaded apps have the tendency to clutter your notification shared with alerts, but you can disable this or simply uninstall, most of them when it comes to performance. The real me narso, 30, pro 5g, has been pretty solid all around in the short time i’ve been using it thanks to its processor, multitasking and gaming has been a breeze, and i didn’t really notice any heating issues either, except for maybe gaming when the back of The phone gets a bit warm. The interface feels snappy thanks to the high refresh rate and scrolling through most of the system. Menus and even apps feel fluid games, such as call of duty, mobile and also others ran smoothly, with very playable frame rates. Overall, the narso 30 pro 5g is a dependable smartphone for everyday use. Talking about the 5g aspect. Well, it is new for a phone at this price, but since 5g networks aren’t live in india, yet i wasn’t able to actually test it out. This brings us to battery life. You get a 5 000 milliamp battery which easily lasts for more than a day with heavy to medium usage.
The phone also supports 30 watt dark charge fast charging, which is a big downgrade. Sadly, from the 65w charging that we saw on the narso 20 pro, it takes a little more than an hour to fully charge the battery, which is still relatively quick in our battery loop test. The phone lasted for a little under 17 hours, which is a good sign now, let’s get down to the cameras, it’s a run of the mill affair, with a 48 megapixel primary, an 8 megapixel ultra wide and a 2 megapixel macro cameras arranged vertically at the back And a 16 megapixel selfie camera during the day, the main camera captured good details and colors in landscape shots. The ai scene enhancer has a tendency to boost colors when it detects the sky or even foliage. So if you want natural color tones it’s best to leave it off, close ups have excellent detail too, with smooth bokeh effects for the background, you only get a 10x digital zoom for stills, but instead of doing this cropping your subject from a native 48 megapixel photo Generally yields slightly better results. I found low light performance to be a bit lacking, especially for landscape shots. The lack of details is very evident in photos even without having to magnify them close up sphere a bit better but provided there’s decent amount of light. On your subject, night mode helps in improving the exposure, but not so much when it comes to details.
The selfie camera is not bad. If you’re shooting outdoors on a bright, clear day, details and exposure are handled well and the default skin smoothening isn’t too aggressive skin tones are a bit of a mess if you’re shooting in low light and using the screen flash for video the autofocus system in the Real me, narso 30. Pro 5g worked very well as long as there’s ample light around your subject. Video quality is decent during the day, although not great stabilization also works at 4k and 1080p 30fps, but there is some visible jitter in the footage. Sadly, you don’t get any stabilization with the ultra white camera now low light. Video quality is quite poor. Unfortunately, as the footage is generally grainy and details are below average. The real me narso 30 pro 5g, is a fairly competent all rounder from the company and a modest upgrade over the nazo 20 pro the weak low light. Camera performance is probably its biggest negative point among other minor niggles, but it does have quite a few redeeming features. The 120 hertz display 5g support good performance and strong battery life are some of the main reasons you should consider the base variant now. The top end variant, on the other hand, offers comparatively lesser value, since it competes with many other good 5g smartphones in the 20, 000 rupees segment, there’s realme’s own x7, which offers the same mediatek 5g soc at around 20 000 rupees. Now, while the x7 lacks a high refresh rate display and a similar capacity battery as the narso 30 pro 5g, it does make up for it with an amoled screen, with an in display fingerprint sensor, 50 watt, fast charging and a slimmer and lighter design.
Another good alternative to consider is the xiaomi mi 10i, which offers even better features for a bit more money. The bottom line is, if you are considering the real me narso 30 pro 5g, then i’d recommend sticking to the base variant, which offers the best value. So that’s been my review of the smartphone.