It’s official: narzo is on its own after branching away from realme, and its narzo 50 5G and narzo 50 Pro 5G will declare whether narzo can stand on its own as an independent smartphone brand…
Kicking things with a bang as a solo brand, narzo released two models that’s definitely a head turner: the narzo 50 5G and narzo 50 Pro 5G. For starters, these two models are equipped with Mediatek Dimensity 810 and 920 respectively, which will improve big time on its performance. Great choice, we must say here at Unbox Diaries.
Both looked stylish and modern with a gradient-like plastic matte back that emits a somewhat night and day effect when looked at different angles. It’s thin frame makes for a great conversational starter (especially with iPhone fans) at any moment.
Let’s start with the narzo 50 5G: It has a perfectly fine 6.6 inch FHD+ with a 1080 x 2408 resolution LCD display, with a 90Hz display rate (180Hz sampling rate), this phone is off to a good start. If you have problems with its 6GB RAM, you may wonder “that’s really lacking for a debut phone,” well—you have a point. But not so fast Leon Guerrero, its RAM can be expanded up to 5 more RAM’s by expanding it via Dynamic RAM system (basically, the system will borrow additional GB’s of ROM to expand the RAM), so there you have it, problem solved.
The narzo 50 5G‘s internal memory capacity is 128GB and can be extended up to 1TB if you really need more extra space (possibly downloading all Real Racing and GTA, and NBA games all in one phone, we guess). As for the camera, the narzo 50 5G are equipped with dual rear cameras (48MP main, 2MP monochrome), and a single 8MP front facing one. It has 5G capability (obviously), it also has the mythical 3.5mm headphone jack, has an updated Bluetooth now on its 5.3 version. It runs on Android 12 with a custom realme UI 3.0.
As for its battery, it has a 5000mAh battery with 33W fast charger for extended usage sessions (perfect for gamers out there). It weighs 190 grams and are available in two colors: Hyper Blue and Hyper Black.
Now for the narzo 50 Pro 5G: The Pro version definitely looks and feels like one, as it swaps the LCD display for a Super AMOLED (with 1080 x 2400 resolution) one, albeit shrinking a little bit compared to the narzo 50 5G (with 6.6 inch), this has 6.4 inch FHD+, still not as much of a big deal. With the 50 Pro 5G‘s 1000 nits peak brightness, sunshine and bright lights aren’t a problem at all. Matched with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 paired with Dimensity 920 5G, this is a typical gamer’s wet dream, for a much affordable price.
The narzo 50 Pro 5G has a standard 8GB RAM that can also extended up to 13GB, thanks to its Dynamic RAM capability, 128GB of internal memory and 1TB expansion via microSD is also visible in this version. This has three rear cameras (compared to the previous mentioned dual setup) with 48MP main, 8MP super-wide-angle lens, and a tiny 4 centimeter macro. It has a 16MP front camera as well.
Both versions has Dual Nano-SIM capabilities, 3.5mm headphone jack but the Pro version downgrades a little with Bluetooth 5.2 (versus narzo 50 5G‘s 5.3). “No biggie,” said the Big Bro Pro as it has a Vapor Chamber Cooling System incorporated within its system. The fingerprint scanner is hiding under the display, with a dedicated heart-rate monitor (for lie detecting sessions), the same 33W Dart Charge for its 5000mAh battery, and realme UI 3.0 based on Android 12, weighs a lot lighter at 181 grams and are available in Hyper Blue and Hyper Black.
What about the price? Well, click on these links below to know about their full specs and prices as well.
narzo 50 5G: https://unboxdiaries.com/phones/narzo-50-5g/
narzo 50 Pro 5G: https://unboxdiaries.com/phones/narzo-50-pro-5g/
This has been Unbox Diaries, ready to move out of our house to show that we’re also independent, and capable of starting a smartphone brand. (We’re calling our first smartphone, the UB OrangeEye 1. But don’t get your hopes high, because that’s only a joke.)