Over 70,000 Realme Narzo 10 units sold within the first 128 seconds of the 48MP quad-camera phone's launch: A new Mediatek G80-powered US$160 competitor for the Redmi Note 9?
Realme CEO Madhav Sheth revealed that over 70,000 units of the Realme Narzo 10 sold in slightly over two minutes. The immensely positive response to the Narzo 10 appears to further cement Realme's presence in the budget market alongside established names like Xiaomi and Honor.
Realme delivers a remarkably robust package at this price point. The Narzo 10 features a Helio G80 chipset driving an HD+ panel. A 5000 mAh battery with 18W fast charging means that Narzo 10 users shouldn't have trouble getting through the workday.
In terms of camera capabilities, we're looking at a 48MP quad camera setup here in a vertical array, adjacent to a fingerprint reader.
The Realme Narzo 10 doesn't skimp in terms of software, either. It runs Android 10, albeit with Realme's skin bolted on top.
With the likes of the Poco X2 delivering unprecedented value in the sub-Rs. 20,000 segment, the Indian smartphone market is heating up fast and the Narzo 10 appears to be yet another midranger delivered at a nominally budget price-point to cater to growing expectations.