Realme narzo 30 Pro (6GB RAM- 64GB Storage)Sword Black with No Cost EMI/Additional Exchange Offers

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Specification :-

ModelRealme Narzo 30 Pro (5G)
Display6.5 inches (102.0 cm2)

Resolution :- 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio 
Body / Weight196 g (6.91 oz)
Memory6GB RAM 64GB , 8GB RAM 128GB
Operating SystemAndroid 10, Realme UI

CPU :- Octa-core

GPU :- Mali-G57 MC3

Chipset :- MediaTek MT6853 Dimensity 800U 5G (7 nm)
Battery30W (fast charging) 50% in 24 min, 100% in 66 min 

Power Delivery :- 15W

Li-Po 5000 mAh
Front Camera48 MP (wide) ,  f/1.8, 26mm 
8 MP (ultra-wide) ,  f/2.3, 119˚ 
2 MP (macro) ,  f/2.4
Rear Camera16 MP (wide) ,  f/2.1, 26mm
CommsBluetooth :- 5.1, A2DP, LE


Radio :- NO

USB :- Type-C 2.0,
ColorBlade Silver , Sword Black

Size and Weight :-

Display :-

180Hz Touch Sampling Rate

120Hz Ultra Smooth Display

HighLights :-

The side-mounted fingerprint sensor works very well. All that’s needed is a quick tap to unlock the phone. The display is a 6.5-inch full-HD+ LCD panel with good levels of brightness and colour saturation.

The Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G is currently the least expensive 5G phone in India with a starting price of Rs. 16,999. The all-plastic body has held up well so far, ergonomics are best and it doesn’t feel very heavy even though it weighs about 194g. 

The bottom line is, if you’re considering the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G, I’d recommend sticking to the base variant.

The Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G runs on the MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC, which has a built-in 5G modem, and is quite powerful and power efficient. Software on the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G is a bit of a letdown since it’s still Android 10 and not 11, which is what many others are offering. Performance of the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G has been pretty solid as the SoC handles multitasking or demanding tasks such as gaming, pretty easily. Battery life is equaly good. 

The cameras on the Realme Narzo 30 Pro 5G are your run-of-the-mill setup. There’s a primary 48MP (wide) camera, an 8MP (ultra-wide) camera, and a 2MP (macro) camera. The cameras perform decently but low-light performance is weak. 

Pros :-

  1. Good battery life, quick charging
  2. 5G capability
  3. 120Hz display
  4. Smooth performance
  5. Snappy overall performance

Cons :-

  1. Weak low-light camera performance
  2. Still on Android 10
  3. Bloatware can be annoying
  4. Low-light photography needs improvement
  5. Bland design

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Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Review: A Ultra phone

BODY / Weight234g (8.25 oz)
DISPLAY / Size6.81 inches, 112.0 cm2
MIUI 12.5 , Android 11
BATTERY67W (Fast charging) 100% in 34 min
Ceramic Black (Cosmic Black),Ceramic White (Cosmic White)
YES, Dual Band GPS
Type-C 2.0
MAIN CAMERA50 MP, f/2.0, 24mm (wide)
48 MP, f/2.2, 12mm, 128˚ (ultra-wide)
48 MP, f/4.1, 120mm (periscope telephoto)
SELFIE CAMERA20 MP, f/2.2, 27mm (wide)

The Mi 11 Ultra is Xiaomi’s answer to Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S21 Ultra, that too at a much lower price. Price is not the only area where Xiaomi seems to have the Galaxy S21 Ultra beat, it also have it’s over the top features like a quick preview display at the back. But not all is good, the phone does heat up like a saucepan Also Read Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Review A Ultra phone with it is own set of flaws

I spent around a week with the new Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra or it was an to the interesting ride, to say the least. Here we will be taking a look at how the Mi 11 Ultra performed in stressful conditions and also if have been it the flagship smartphone you should get for yourself next. Also Read Top smartphones under Rs 15,000 in May 2021 Redmi Note 10, Realme 8 5G

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Price in India:-

Rs 69,999 Also Read Top smartphones under Rs 15,000 in May Redmi Note 10, Realme 8 5G

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra specifications:-

6.8-inch WQHD+ AMOLED quad-curved display | 120Hz refresh rate | Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor | 12GB RAM | 256GB internal storage | 5,000mAh battery | 20MP front camera | 50MP+48MP+48MP rear cameras | 120x zoom | MIUI 12 based on Android 11 | ATTRACTIVE PRICE

Flagship smartphones crossed to the an Rs 1,00,000 mark a long time ago and there seems no bar to the price. However, companies like OnePlus or Xiaomi do try to keep a check at the big players, by releasing flagship-grade smartphones like the Mi 11 Ultra at a much lower price point.

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At Rs 69,999, the Mi 11 Ultra comes with everything the Rs 1,05,999 Galaxy S21 Ultra have to the offer and then some. But keep in mind, even though the spec sheet might seem better, but it does not guarantee real-life performance. That it is what we will be taking a look at below.


Most flagship smartphones these days, apart from the foldables are metal glass sandwiches. Xiaomi have been tried to break this monotonous look with the addition of a quad curved display or a secondary quick view display on the back.

For the front and the rear display, the company have been used Gorilla Glass Victus, which is the latest and most sturdy glass that Corning have been a offer as of now. Over that, the company has also used Ceramic to cast the back instead of glass, making the phone a bit more durable. This is a also provides us with a much more premium feel.

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The back camera module on the Mi 11 Ultra have been one of the largest camera modules we has been to date. One of the reasons behind this is the secondary display, other reasons include two large 2-inch sensors, a 1.12-inch sensor and a 120x digital zoom telephoto setup.

The phone does feel quite bulky weighing in at 234 grams. Surprisingly, the phone, which I felt would be top-heavy due to the massive camera module, was not so. The device was the very balanced, with it is not tipping to either side when held. This level of detail is appreciated and welcomed.

I received the Ceramic Black variant for review, which looks nice, but it is extremely reflective and a fingerprint magnet. The Ceramic White variant would has been the fared much better.

Realme C11 specifications appear on Geekbench ahead of launch


  • Realme RMX3231 have been appeared on Geekbench with key specs.
  • Realme C11 is the latest in the brand of budget phones.
  • Realme C11 (2021) will come with 2GB RAM and Android 11.


BODY Weight-196g
DISPLAY6.5 inches OR 103.7 cm2
USBMicro-USB 2.0
Pepper Grey,Mind Green

box contents:

  1. realme C11
  2. 5V2A Adapter
  3. Micro USB Cable
  4. Warranty and info booklets
  5. SIM Card Tool

Realme C11 sports a similar textured surface like Realme C3.

Left side squre camera module and Realme logo.

Realme C11 LCD screen with 1600×720 pixel.

Realme C11 Expandable storage up to 512 GB.

The Realme C11 smartphone comes with a steady mediatek gaming chipset.

The Realme Watch 2 launches with 90 exercise modes, up to 12 days of battery life and a SpO2 sensor

The Realme Watch 2 comes pre-loaded with multiple watch faces and is IP68 certified. (Image source: Realme)
The Realme Watch 2

The Realme have been a officially unveiled it is latest budget smartwatch, the Realme Watch 2. A device contains some significant improvements compared to its predecessor, such as the many more of exercise modes and a larger battery. The Realme Watch 2 costs ~US$56 and is IP68 certified.

Realme have been the announced the Watch 2, its latest budget smartwatch. As expected, the Realme Watch 2 has a 1.4-inch display, a 305 mAh battery and is IP68 certified. According to Realme, the display had been a 323 PPI pixel density, a 600 nit peak brightness and a 320 x 320 resolution. We should stress that the display have been a thick bezels, which is something that Realme appears to downplay in its marketing materials.

Meanwhile, its 305 mAh battery should last up to 12 days between charges. Additionally, Realme have been a pre-loaded its latest smartwatch with 90 exercise modes, more than six times the volume that it included in it is predecessor. However, the company will be a only enable all these exercise of the modes in an OTA update. Unsurprisingly, Realme has also equipped the Watch 2 with a 24/7 heart rate monitor, although it’s unclear how this will affect battery life. There is a SpO2 sensor too, which is uncommon for a smartwatch at this price.

A Realme have been not confirmed if it plans to launch the Watch 2 internationally, but it have confirmed that the device will retail for MYR 229 (~US$56) in Malaysia. The Realme Watch 2 is compatible with Android and iOS devices via the Realme Link app, for reference.

Realme 8 5G in for review

We’re in a transitional period – 5G is becoming more common, but is not yet the prevalent option. This is a why we often get both a 4G or a 5G version of phones, sometimes, the difference between them goes beyond the modem.

That is the case for the Realme 8 5G and it is 4G sibling. Part of it is unavoidable, most chipsets these days have built-in modems, so if you want a 5G modem, you need to switch to a 5G chipset.

Realme picked the Dimensity 700, MediaTek’s most basic 5G chip. A modem is fine – it have a theoretical peak speed of 2.77 Gbps and, considering most next-gen networks are in their infancy, we don’t think you’ll need anything faster in the next couple of years.

Speaking of which, this is the first Dimensity 700-powered phone in India, a country yet to launch its first 5G network. It’s coming, though, current expectations are that the first network will go live in late 2021 or early 2022. It’s never too early to future-proof your phone, we guess.

But this chip can make or break the Realme 8 5G. It is the first Dimensity 700 we’ve benchmarked and while we’ll reserve judgment for the review, we had doubts that its GPU will make the best of the 90 Hz screen.

Speaking of, the 90 Hz panel is an IPS LCD instead of a Super AMOLED like on the 4G phone. As we said, differences go way beyond the modem. The display habs three modes, 60 Hz, 90 Hz and Auto, & at first glance isn’t nearly as bright as the AMOLED panel.

The camera is another concern. With no ultra wide module, we get a pretty basic setup with just a 48 MP camera (well, there are two 2 MP modules, but they barely count). Realme even arbitrarily cut a some features like Starry Mode and Tilt-Shift Mode.

The 48 MP camera on the back really needed an ultra wide friend

We can live without them, of course, but it’s worth keeping in mind that the Realme 8 and Realme 8 5G cost the same – ₹15,000 in India and €200 in Europe. That is quite cheap as 5G phones go, mind you.

Realme 8 Pro and Realme 8 5G side by side • Side-mounted fingerprint reader (LCD, remember?)

But even so, every downgrade makes our wallets shiver. Even if you don’t see the screen as a downgrade (we know some prefer LCD over AMOLED), the camera clearly is. And so is the 5,000 mAh battery, which only goes up to 18W charging (down from 30W on the 4G model).

We do like Realme 8 5G. It has a sleek body and feels sturdier than the vanilla 8. The Supersonic Blue (the colorway we received) looks pretty and seems immune to fingerprints. We worry it might get scratched up, but it’s not that much of a concern since Realme included a case in the box. And an 18W charger too.

A well-stocked retail package, though we still would have preferred a 30W charger

Still, do we like it more than its 4G sibling? Or any of the other 5G phones in this price range? The answer to that will arrive soon in the form of a full review, stay tuned!

5 smartphone launches in India in April:- Realme 8 5G, Poco M3 Pro, Moto G60


Realme 8 5G

Realme 8 5G have been confirmed to launch in Thailand on April 21. The company hasn’t revealed details related to the India launch but we expect the phone to go official soon after its global availability. Some of the key specifications of the Realme 5G smartphone include: Dimensity 700 SoC, 6.5-inch punch hole display, a 90hz refresh rate, side-mounted fingerprint sensor, LCD screen, among others.

Poco M3 Pro

Poco M3 Pro is expected to launch later this month. The official date hasn’t been revealed yet. The smartphone was recently certified by Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), which hints at the imminent launch. Rumours suggest that the Poco M3 Pro could be a rebranded version of the Redmi Note 10 5G.

Moto G60 and G40

Motorola has teased to launch new G series smartphones in the days to come. Rumours suggest that these phones could be the Moto G60 and the Moto G40. Other leaks also suggest that the Moto G20 is also in the making. The Moto G60 and Mot G40 have been recently spotted on Geekbench with some of the key specifications including Samsung’s 108-megapixel ISOCELL HM2 and 64-megapixel sensor, respectively. (Source: TechNikNews)

Mi 11 Ultra

Xiaomi is all set to launch the Mi 11 Ultra in India on April 23. Alongside the Ultra, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has teased to launch more Mi smartphones in the country. The Mi 11 Ultra smartphone includes Snapdragon 888 SoC, 6.81-inch 2K WQHD E4 AMOLED quad-curved primary display and a 1.1-inch AMOLED secondary display at the back. As far as the pricing is concerned, the phone is said to be priced around Rs 70,000 in India. The exact price is yet to be revealed by the brand.