realme has recently launched the gaming performance king ‘narzo 30’, which is now available countrywide. Along with the online marketplaces, smartphone enthusiasts can now buy realme narzo 30 from any realme outlets located around the country.
Powered by MediaTek Helio G95 processor, 90Hz Full-HD display, 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, narzo 30 is available in two colors – Racing Silver and Racing Blue. Smartphone users can buy this phone at an exciting price of BDT 19,990 only from any outlet and online marketplaces.
narzo 30 comes with a battery capacity of up to 5000mAh with fast charging. The users can charge the device to 50% in just 26 minutes. It also features 90Hz Ultra Smooth Display along with a big display, making scrolling on this phone more comfortable. This phone also features a 48MP AI Triple Camera setup with an f/1.8 large aperture lens combined with pixel four-in-one technology. For the selfie lovers, there is a 16MP front camera.
Meanwhile, other recent devices of realme are also now available at the outlets. Just a few days ago, youth-centric smartphone brand realme introduced the most affordable 5G phone ‘realme 8 5G’ in the Bangladeshi market. Smartphone users can buy this phone at an exciting price of BDT 22,990 only from any outlet and online marketplaces. This phone is also available for purchase at the outlets. realme 8 5G is equipped with Dimensity 700 5G Processor. With 8.5mm super slim body and a weight of 185g only, this phone is the thinnest 5G smartphone in the market. realme 8 5G also features a 48MP triple camera setup along with 16MP selfie camera and comes with 90Hz full HD+ ultra-smooth display and 5000mAh large battery.
realme has entered AIoT 2.0 development phase with its advanced ‘1+5+T’ strategy to bring more AIoT products to young consumers. realme is also developing a diverse portfolio of 5G products with an aim to offer 100 million 5G phones in the next three years to the young users. Moreover, according to Canalys, realme also became the top 1 smartphone maker in Bangladesh during Q2, 2021.