Realme Narzo 60x review in 10 points


The Realme Narzo 60x look quite appealing, courtesy of its InterstellerX design. The rear camera module may look out of place, but the handset boasts a textured finish underneath its plastic back that becomes more pronounced when viewed from different angles under light, enhancing its visual allure. The device measurs just 7.89mm in thickness and boasts flat edges, providing a secure grip for users.


The Realme Narzo 60x sports a 6.72-inch LCD display with FHD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 550 nits brightness. This screen performs well in various lighting conditions, be it indoors or outdoors. It delivers vibrant colours, and the viewing angles are pretty good.

Rear camera

In terms of optics, the Realme Narzo 60x sports a dual rear camera setup comprising a 50MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. The camera system delivers decent results, particularly in well-lit conditions. The depth sensor is not quite impressive, but the primary camera impresses, producing highly detailed shots with vibrant colours.

Front camera

For selfies and video calling, the Narzo 60x employs an 8MP camera in the punch-hole setup. The camera delivers selfies with fairly accurate skin tones and facial detailing in well-lit environments.


Under the hood, the Realme Narzo 60x packs MediaTek's Dimensity 6100+ SoC, paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. This 5G-capable chipset impresses with its benchmark scores. In the real world, the phone smoothly handles everyday tasks and even works well with high-end games such as BGMI.


The Realme Narzo 60x boots Android 13-based Realme UI 4 out of the box. The software comes with a considerable number of pre-installed apps. However, on the bright side, there are a bunch of customisations that allow you to adjust the UI, app icons, and more according to your preferences.


The Realme Narzo 60x boasts a substantial 5,000mAh battery, delivering impressive performance between charges. This handset can easily last you an entire day without requiring you to seek out a charger, even with activities such as browsing, gaming, and streaming.

5G speedtest

Here's the 5G speedtest done on the Realme Narzo 60x using Airtel 5G Plus network in in Gurugram, Haryana

Charging speeds

The Narzo 60x comes with 33W fast charging, capable of fully charging the device from 0 to 100 percent in approximately 90 minutes.


The Realme Narzo 60x is available in India, starting at Rs 12,999. It may not be the most capable smartphone within the segment, but it still holds its ground as a wise purchase. This smartphone showcases a notable level of proficiency when it comes to performance, battery life, and display quality. It also offers acceptable charging speeds, and likeable cameras in favourable lighting conditions.

Editor's rating: 8/10


> Bloatware

> Low Light photography needs improvement

> Good design

> Respectable performance

> Impressive battery life

> Nice display



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