- The Realme Narzo 50 is expected to launch in the coming weeks.
- This phone is the standard variant and is expected to feature the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset.
- The Narzo 50 has just received the BIS, Indonesia telecom, EEC, and NBTC certifications.
The Realme Narzo 50 is the standard variant in the Narzo 50 series and is expected to launch soon in India and other regions. Back in September, the company had launched the Narzo 50A and Narzo 50i models in India. The vanilla Narzo 50 wasn’t part of the launch back then, but it looks like Realme is now ready to unveil the phone. The smartphone has been certified by various telecom sites such as the BIS, EEC, Indonesia telecom, and NBTC. This means that the launch is imminent in several regions, including India. The listings reveal the model number of the phone and confirm the name.
Realme Narzo 50 gets closer to launch
The standard Realme Narzo 50 will carry the model number RMX3286. The phone’s listing on the NBTC website has revealed the model number and the marketing name, which will be Narzo 50. On the BIS certification website, the phone has once again been listed with the same model number. Apart from NBTC and BIS, the Narzo 50 has also received certifications from EEC and Indonesia telecom, confirming that the phone will launch in multiple regions, and carry the same RMX3286 model number.
Coming to the specifications, nothing much has been revealed through the latest listings. However, the phone may be equipped with the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset, which is also found on the Narzo 50A. The Narzo 50 will most likely cost more than the Narzo 50A and Narzo 50i. The exact specifications aren’t known yet, but since the launch is close, we should see some details being revealed in the coming weeks. The phone may come with a 6.5-inch HD+ display, 4GB RAM, up to 128GB storage, a triple rear camera setup, and a large capacity battery. The Narzo 50i comes with a 5,000mAh battery.
According to another recent leak, Realme may also unveil a Narzo 50 Pro model with better specifications and hardware. We should know more details in the coming weeks.