Realme Narzo 30 Pro

Realme Narzo 30 Pro

  • 120Hz Ultra Smooth Display
  • 48MP AI Triple Came
  • 5000mAh Massive battery
  • Dimensity 800U 5G Processor 5G+5G Dual SIM Dual Stand
  • 30W Dart Char

Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G specs at a glance


  • Body
  • Display
  • Chipset
  • Memory
  • OS/Software
  • Rear camera
  • Front camera
  • Video capture
  • Battery
  • Misc


  • Gorilla Glass 3, plastic body.
  • 1080x2400px resolution
  • MediaTek MT6853 800U 5G (7 nm)
  • 64GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 8GB RAM
  • Android 10, Realme UI
  •   48 MP + 8 MP + 2MP
  • 16 MP
  • Rear camera: 4K, Front camera: 1080p
  • 5000mAh; Fast charging 30W
  • 3.5mm jack, Fingerprint reader (side-mounted)

Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G Review

We have noticed that the Narzo 30 Pro 5G is not a completely new device. The Narzo 30 Pro is based on the Realme 7 5G with little or no difference. Though, it kind of makes sense since the latter didn’t available in India.
But unfortunately, in an attempt to reduce the price the Indian market, Realme slash a number of features. There’s no depth sensor, though it isn’t a big loss , but the base model starts at 6GB/64GB compared to 6GB/128GB in Europe.

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Design and Build Of Realme Narzo 30 Pro

The back panel is made of plastic, but the silky-smooth finish makes it feels premium than it actually is but they are easy to come off. It’s also very much slippery, yet it’s not uncomfortable to hold. The matte-finish of the side frame matches the back design beautifully and gives some extra grip.
On a positive note, the buttons on the side feel nice, more importantly, they are well-positioned. The power button that doubles as a fingerprint reader has its own indentation and works fine.

Hardware overview

The Dimensity 800U chipset of Realme Narzo 30 Pro powers up the device, and the 6.5-inch, 120Hz IPS LCD panel sits on the front.
The software provides three modes – Auto, 60Hz, and 120Hz. We dug a little deeper into the Auto mode and found out, most of the apps and menus run at 90fps. Only a handful of apps were capped at 60fps (like Chrome, YouTube when playing a video on full screen and the default video player). Also, at no point did we see the display hit 120Hz. So if you want the most fluid experience, we suggest sticking to the 120Hz mode.

Software, features, and camera Of Realme Narzo 30 Pro

There’s nothing new to the software, It is like any other realme device. However, they should have launched the device with Android 11, instead of Android 10. There’s nothing noteworthy about the camera setup as it offers just about everything you’d expect from a phone at this price.

Realme Narzo 30 Pro Camera Sample


Despite some of its drawbacks that are apparent even without a full review, the Narzo 30 Pro 5G makes a good value proposition. Especially in India, where the phone sells for a considerably lower price than its European counterpart, the Realme 7 5G. If you don’t mind the lack of NFC, this device seems to be a well-balanced mid-ranger with special attention on the display and chipset.
There are some similarly-priced alternatives out there, but almost none of them offer the unique combination of HRR and a powerful chipset. Sadly, the HRR won’t mean anything with this current questionable support of games running above 60fps. But we’ve found that to be an issue even with more expensive, well-equipped gaming smartphones, so we’re definitely not holding this against the Narzo 30 Pro 5G. It’s a phone that’s definitely worthy of our recommendation.

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