Realme Narzo

Shubham Raheja

50 5G, 50 Pro 5G

Review Highlights


Overall, we like how both the Narzo series phones manage to look current and clean without being obtrusive in terms of design. With a curved back panel, the Narzo 50 Pro felt more comfortable.


The display on the Narzo 50 is adequate for usage outside and for casual use, but the experience on the Narzo 50 Pro 5G is significantly more enjoyable.


In real-world use, the Narzo 50 5G is rather responsive, however there is some stuttering here and there. When utilising business and messaging apps like Slack, Gmail, WhatsApp, and Basecamp, the Pro version performed admirably.


The cameras of the Narzo 50 5G and Narzo 50 Pro can shoot good pictures both during the day and at night. However, an additional investigation revealed that the photos were grainy.


When we used the phone moderately, the Narzo 50 5G was able to obtain around seven and a half hours of screen on time, and the Narzo 50 Pro had a slightly lower screen on time of about 6.5 hours.


Given the new Narzo 50 5G and Narzo 50 Pro 5G's aggressive pricing, we believe Realme's latest offers will appeal to a wide range of purchasers. However, the Narzo 50 Pro 5G is a much better deal in our opinion.