Realme launches Narzo 50i prime in India

Khushi Bali
Khushi Bali November 20, 2022
Updated 2022/11/20 at 5:16 AM

Realme has launched the Narzo 50i Prime in India as part of the Narzo 50 Series, and it is the company’s most recent smartphone. The realme Narzo 50i Prime is a low-cost smartphone with an 8.5 mm slim design, a 6.5-inch display, a 1.82 GHz octa-core Unisoc processor, and a 5,000 mAh battery. Here’s our first look at the realme Narzo 50i Prime.

Realme 50i specifications

The Narzo 50i Prime has a slim design (8.5 mm), which resembles the Narzo 50A Prime aesthetics, with flattened edges and a large camera module; despite the fact that it only has a single camera, the overall design looks great. It weighs approximately 182 grammes and has Stage Light Design with ridged textures on the backside. The Narzo 50i Prime is available in two colour options: Dark Blue and Mint Green. The images below show the Dark Blue colour variant.

On the front is a 6.5-inch IPS display with an HD+ resolution (1600 x 720 pixels) and a standard refresh rate of 60 Hz. The phone has an 88.7% screen-to-body ratio and a brightness of 400 nits. The front side has a 5 MP notch-style selfie camera, and the back side has an 8 MP Ai single-camera setup that records 1080p at 30fps videos. The camera package is basic; there are no dual or triple cameras on the phone.

There is no finger print scanner

Moving to the bottom, you’ll notice an old micro USB port rather than the modern Type-C port, which may disappoint some users due to its outdated USB interface. A 3.5 mm audio jack, a microphone, and loudspeakers are also located on the bottom (mono). There is a power button and volume controls on the right side, but no fingerprint scanner.

Early Assessment: realme Narzo 50i Prime

The realme Narzo 50i is the most recent affordable smartphone in the Narzo 50 Series, featuring an 8.5 mm slim design, a decent octa-core Unisoc T612 CPU, a large 5,000 mAh battery, and a 6.5-inch display. Apart from these, it comes with the realme UI R Edition operating system, which is based on Android 11. The phone lacks a fingerprint scanner, only has one camera, and supports 10W standard charging. The smartphone has the most basic features you need for an entry-level smartphone and costs $7,999. It also has a good-looking design, a decent processor, and a large battery.

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