Mistakes happen – this Realme Narzo 10, for example, was not supposed to be on the shelves of a retail store for another week or so. But it is and someone even ran an AnTuTu benchmark on it for good measure.
This is the RMX2040, which launched as the Realme 6i earlier this week in Myanmar – it seems that we’re looking at a case of local rebranding. The Narzo 10 specs that Realme has officially unveiled had already sparked rumors that the Narzo 10 will be a rebranded 6i while the Narzo 10A will be based on the Realme C3 (triple camera).
So, the MediaTek Helio G80 chipset should come as no surprise and neither should its performance. The pricing is interesting, though.
It looks like Realme is targeting the sub-INR 15,000 segment in India with the Narzo 10. That’s sub-$200 or essentially the same price as the Realme 6i (MMK 250,000 or $180, close enough given the difference in local taxes).
Naturally, neither the Realme 6i nor the C3 is available in India. Well, the C3 is, but not the one with three cameras. Expect to see them on March 26 as part of the new Narzo lineup.