The Realme Narzo 50 series is slated to launch in India on Friday along with the Realme Band 2 and the 32-inch Realme Smart TV Neo. Realme will launch two smartphones from the Narzo 50 series – the Narzo 50A and the Narzo 50i. The Realme Band 2 was already unveiled in Malaysia earlier this month and will get a larger screen than its predecessor. The 32-inch Realme Smart TV Neo will come with Dolby Audio.
The Realme Narzo 50 series as well as the Realme Band 2 and the 32 inch Realme Smart TV Neo will debut today at 12:30 p.m. IST on Realme’s social media platforms – Facebook and YouTube, and we’ve incorporated the livestream below. so you can watch it.
Realme Narzo 50 Series Specifications
Information regarding the Realme Narzo 50i is scarce at the moment, but the Realme Narzo 50A will feature a triple rear camera setup with a 50-megapixel AI sensor and two 2-megapixel portrait and macro sensors. It will be powered by the MediaTek Helio G85 SoC with ARM Cortex A75 processor and Mali G52 GPU. The Realme Narzo 50A will contain a 6000mAh battery. Details outside of these were not mentioned on the dedicated microsite.
Realme Band 2 Specifications
The Realme Band 2 microsite mentions that it will feature a 1.4-inch (147×320-pixel) color touchscreen with 500 nits of peak brightness. It comes with a GH3011 sensor which helps to monitor heart rate in real time. As a fitness band, it will also include a blood oxygen (SpO2) sensor and come with 90 sports modes that include running, hiking, etc.
Specifications Realme Smart TV Neo 32 inch
Realme’s Smart TV will get a 32-inch bezel-less LED display certified by TUV Rheinland with low blue light as mentioned on the microsite. It will feature two 20W speakers with Dolby Audio. The Realme Smart TV Neo will also come with built-in platforms such as YouTube.
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