Big Review: Realme Narzo 50 Pro 5G – A Worthy Flagship Tag? | Cell Guru
The narzo 50 pro has all the right specs to be a great mid range smartphone under the 25k segment and hits the right notes, but with a segment that is already populated with the likes of xiaomi and oppo, can the real me narzo 50 pro stand its Ground we find out in our cell guru, review at first glance the real me naruto 50 pro looks premium, the phone is lightweight at nearly 180 grams. The design is sleek, the edge is curved and a slight curve on the sides. This makes it easy to hold and comfortable to carry the phone has thin bezels on the top and sides and slightly thick bezels on the chin. The punch hole camera is on the top left and does not disrupt the multimedia experience. The rear panel is made of plastic and has the kevlar texture. The point that we were impressed by is that the bag is not prone to fingerprint smudges coming to the display. The real me narzo 50 pro supports a 6.4 inch amoled screen with corning gorilla glass. 5., it sports a 90 hertz, refresh rate, which was plenty good. We did not face any lags or stutters while browsing social media and the internet. Thanks to the thousand nit peak brightness the phone held forth while viewing under sunlight. We were also able to watch videos and perform basic tasks like reading messages and news. Without a hassle, the in display fingerprint scanner was quick to respond.
The mid range smartphone is supported by a mid range processor. The nars 050 pro has the mediatek dimension. 920 processor. The same processor was found in the vivo v23 and the xiaomi 11i. We played call of duty and did not feel any lag. Mediatek dimension. 920 processor is known as the budget friendly gaming processor. The device runs on realme ui 3.0 skin based on android 12.. It is the bloatware that makes for a disappointing experience. While you can customize the phone to your liking. You cannot uninstall most of the pre installed apps. It does not have the cleanest operating system. We were pretty happy with the audio quality of the phone. The dual stereo speakers with dolby atmos is loud and clear. We enjoyed the multimedia experience it had to offer the phone handles day to day tasks without a hitch, multi tab, browsing scrolling on social media was a smooth experience and we have no complaints here. The phone comes with a triple rear camera setup. It has a 48 megapixel primary sensor and 8 megapixel ultra wide camera and a 2 megapixel macro sensor, the front sports, a 16 megapixel selfie camera. The phone handles 4k recording pretty well. The primary sensor is plenty good. The images have good dynamic range with accurate colors. These are plenty of details on the images the 8 megapixel ultra wide lens is similar to the primary lens. The colors were vibrant and the dynamic range was on point.
However, the details on the 48 megapixel primary camera were better. We were mighty impressed with the 2 megapixel macro lens. The colors and details were spot on the 16 megapixel front. Camera is good enough to take bright selfies. The real me nars 050 pro also gives a number of filters and skin texture edit options to beautify those selfies. The narso 50 pro has a big battery at 5000 mah. It comes with a 33 watt dot charger. It took a slightly over an hour to charge from 7 to 100, with a normal usage. The battery will easily last you a day, sleek design, good display, a great battery and a camera that performs beyond expectations. The phone does have some good offerings. The performance of the phone would have been better if there were less third party applications or if you were given the option of uninstalling, all of them. Overall, the real me narzo 50 pro is a well balanced, mid range smartphone priced at 23, 999 rupees for the 8 gb variant.