Realme recently released a new budget smartphone lineup in India called Narzo. Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A are the two new smartphones under this series which starts at Rs. 8,499. Today we will be comparing the Narzo 10 to the Realme 6 which Realme released a few months ago.
The price difference between the Narzo 10 and the Realme 6 is not that huge (Rs. 2,000). But the feature difference is massive that it can change your perspective for the Narzo 10. If you were planning of buying this smartphone then you should check out this comparison first.
Design: Same but Different
The Narzo 10 looks exactly like the Realme 6 with a new and refreshed finish on the back panel. Both smartphones look and feel similar to the feel with a polycarbonate back and frame. The smartphones are about similar to the thickness and dimensions but differ in weight a little bit.
The Narzo 10 weigh 199 grams but the Realme 6 weighs 191 grams which is about a similar weight. Two major differences in the design are the display cutout and the placement of the fingerprint sensor. The Realme 6 comes with a punch hole while the Narzo 10 comes with a notch which is so 2018.
Display: FHD+ vs HD+
The display is the factor where the comparison looks a bit one-sided and Realme 6 is the clear winner here. Starting with the display size, both the smartphone comes with a similar size display which is 6.5 inches. The bezels are also about the same but the chin may be a bit thicker on the Narzo 10.
Other display factors of the Realme 6 can almost overlap the display on the Narzo 10. The display Realme 6 comes with FHD Display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Whereas the Narzo 10 comes with an HD+ display and there is a notch on it which is an outdated design.
Performance: Mediatek G90T Vs MediaTek G80
Both the smartphones, the Realme 6 and the Narzo 10 comes with a MediaTek SoC with a sufficient amount of RAM. Realme 6 comes with a MediaTek G90T which is a gaming-specific processor. The G80 on the Narzo 10 is not a bad processor at all but it is not optimized for gaming.
Realme 6 didn’t only get the fastest processor but also fast storage compared to the Narzo 10. It comes with comparatively slower storage which is eMMC 5.1 whereas Realme 6 comes with a faster UFS 2.1 storage for faster read and write speeds.
Camera: 64MP Vs 48MP
The camera is one department where no consumer wants to compromise at all. Both the smartphones are equipped well in this section but Realme 6 is a bit better than the Narzo 10. Both come with a quad-camera setup with a single shooter in the front, applied differently on the display.
Both smartphones come with the main sensor with a wide-angle sensor, a macro sensor, and a depth sensor as well. The main sensor is Realme 6 is a 64MP sensor whereas the Narzo 10 comes with a 48P sensor. In the front, both smartphones come with a 16MP sensor.
The Nazro 10 scored on point in the battery section, it comes with a 5000 mAh battery which is bigger than 4300mAh in Realme 6. But it lost one point in the charging section, the Narzo 10 comes with an 18W fast charger but Realme 6 comes with a 30W VOOC fast charger.
Both the smartphones look a bit similar but Realme 6 is a huge upgrade over the Narzo 10 when comes to the price difference. For an extra Rs 2,000, you are getting a huge feature and hardware upgrade.