New teaser reveals that Realme Narzo 10 will have a 48 MP AI quad camera

Almost surprisingly, Realme a few days ago began to run some teasers about Narzo, whose first thought went on the likely name of the first smartwatch of the brand that had been rumored for some time. Instead with the passing of the days, it was the same OEM that revealed that it would bring to the market a new series of smartphones, namely Realme Narzo 10, as there will be 2 variants that will be proposed to us during the event to be held next March 26.

We already know about Realme Narzo 10, thanks to the company, displaym design, hardware and battery, but the public's attention generally focuses on the photographic sector, of which today through a new teaser we are revealed other details at the official level.

New teaser reveals that Realme Narzo 10 will have a 48 MP AI quad camera

In part we were sure of it, since it has now become almost a dogma, and Realme Narzo 10 does not deny itself with its quad camera on the rear that will enjoy AI support. The same number of sensors we have learned about the brand's latest smartphones, but not only that, but this quadruple configuration will be controlled by a 48 MP primary sensor, while for the "poor" variant, that is Realme Narzo 10A, the sensors will be only three. It remains to be seen what will be the renunciation at the photographic level that the latter smartphone will make: macro or wide?

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I don't know about you, but I would prefer to give up macro optics, but if you don't know what to decide Realme Narzo 10, it will have no sacrifices, hoping for software optimization that could give spectacular photos even in this range of devices. The rest of the specifications officially confirmed on Realme Narzo 10 are the 5000 mAh battery with 18W fast charge, a 6.5 ″ Full HD + drop notch display, as well as a rather performing processor, such as the Helio G80. We just have to find out the price and further goodies of the Realme Narzo series, pinning the date of March 26 on the calendar.

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