Realm Narjo 20 Pro Review

The Realm Narzo 20 Pro is equipped with some interesting specifications and it is also interesting that this is the first device in the Narzo series to bring this ‘Pro’ badge. The Narzo 20 Pro starts at 14,999 and there are very few phones that offer the same hardware and features as the Narzo 20 Pro at this price. However, this specification and price stand out against RealMe 7, another brother of the Narzo 20 Pro. The specifications of the Narzo 20 are quite similar to the Realm7. So the question is, which one should you choose? To find out, we are reviewing the Narjo 20 Pro in Realm.

Realm Narjo 20 Pro design

Reality Narjo 20 Pro Design Realm 7 (Revaluation) Quite similar. As a result, you will see two phones of the same design related to two different series. We do the same thing Realm Narjo 20 (Revaluation) And Realmy C15 It was also seen that Realm has put a different pattern on the back of Narzo 20 Pro and introduced it with different color options. There is a hole-hole in the upper left corner of the front. The phone has a 6.5-inch display.

Like the Realm 7, the Narjo 20 Pro has a fingerprint scanner on the power button. Thanks, the volume buttons are set on the other side of the device, preventing you from accidentally pressing.

The Narzo 20 Pro has a quad-camera setup. This camera module looks like the module in Realm 7, but Realm has replaced the primary sensor. The back panel has a V-shaped pattern, which is illuminated when light falls. The glossy back panel captures fingerprints quite easily, but the Realm box includes a cover that can be used to avoid these marks.

The Realm Narjo 20 Pro uses a 4,500mAh battery, which is slightly smaller than the Realm7. These are actually two 2,250mAh cells to speed up charging. The Narzo 20 Pro comes with 65 watt superdart charging technology and the good thing is that a charger that supports the same charge is available in the box. The Narzo 20 Pro weighs in at 191 grams, not too much with its size and battery capacity.

Realm Norjo 20 Pro Specification

The similarities of this phone with Realm 7 are not limited to just the design. Both phones come with the same type of processor. Reality has opted for the MediaTek Helio G95 chipset in the Narzo 20 Pro. It is an octa-core processor, with 767676 cores in two Cortex running at 2.05 GHz clock speed and 55555 cores in six Cortex running at 2 GHz. It has two options with 64GB storage with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage with 8GB RAM. There was a top variant for our review, priced at 16,999. The base model has been launched at a price of Rs 14,999.

You get a 90Hz full-HD + display on the Narzo 20 Pro. High-refresh rate panels are not very common at this price, but Realm has already supplied them on some models. Sets the refresh rate on the phone by Narzo 20 Pro function. But you can set it yourself. The temperature of its panel colors can also be set manually.

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The Narzo 20 Pro runs on the Realmy UI based on Android 10 and our unit had the August Android security patch. Realmy UI has some customizations like app lock that can be used to lock applications. In addition to these, private space is available that gives you the option to secure your photos, videos and other files with a password. UIT is very easy to use and we run it without any problems. RealMe Narzo 20 Pro had some pre-installed apps like Facebook, RealMe Community, RealtyPay and some other apps and we suggest you uninstall them if you don’t want to use them.

Realm Narzo 20 Pro Performance

The Narzo 20 Pro did not allow us to make any complaints about our daily use. Applications loaded quickly and switching between them was also smooth. The fingerprint scanner and face unlock feature work with precision and speed to unlock the device. Even the Narzo 20 Pro can comfortably handle heavy usage.

We played Call of Duty: Mobile on a smartphone and it played by default in the mid graphics preset. With these default settings, the game went smoothly without any lag. We played the game for 15 minutes and noticed that the battery was reduced by 6 percent and the phone screen was moderately hot to the touch.

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The battery life of Reality Narjo 20 Pro was quite good. The phone we used easily lasted one to one and a half days. Even if you are a heavy user, you should get one day battery backup. In our HD video loop test, the Narzo 20 Pro took 20 hours and 12 minutes on a single charge, which is great. The icing on the cake is that Realm offers a 65W SuperDart charger with the phone. In just fifteen minutes the phone charges it to 50 percent and the phone takes 40 minutes to fully charge. This is quite fast and this kind of charging speed at the current price.

Realm Norjo 20 Pro camera

The Narzo 20 Pro got a quad-camera setup, got a 48-megapixel primary camera, an 8-megapixel ultra wide angle camera, a 2-megapixel black and white portrait camera and a 2-megapixel macro lens. The camera app is very easy to use and commonly used modes can be accessed by swiping to the main screen. A submenu is available for additional shooting modes.

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The Narzo 20 Pro takes 12-megapixel shots by default and offers decent dynamic range. The AI ​​camera is able to detect which scene it is going to capture, so it sets the camera accordingly. The colors were perfect and there was good detail on the far side as well. The wide-angle camera provides low resolution output and a noticeable drop in quality can also be noticed. The barrel effect was also present at the edges. You have the option to take shots at full 48-megapixel resolution, but the shots taken weren’t as good and we got the same effect as watercolor when zooming in the shots.

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The close-up shots were good and the camera was able to capture sharp details with soft background blur (blur). The portrait shots were very good, but we noticed that AI was not able to discover the subject well. However it makes facial recognition easier. This allows us to determine the level of ambiguity before taking the shot. The macro camera allows you to capture the subject very closely but the resolution is low and the photos are not too sharp.

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Camera performance was mediocre in low light and photos appeared flat. Switching to night mode came with better details but the phone takes about three seconds to capture each shot. The wide-angle camera does not capture too much light compared to the primary camera. Although it is able to occupy huge territory. There are options for taking photos in night mode using a wide-angle camera, but there are some differences between the shortcomings.

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The selfie taken with Reality Narjo 20 Pro was just right. You can also take portrait shots using the selfie camera and this gives you the opportunity to determine the level of blur. The portrait was good. Low-light selfies were below average.


The Realm Narzo 20 Pro is equipped with some powerful hardware and can meet the needs of power users. The Helio G95 chipset can handle heavy apps and games easily and the large battery gives good backup. The most impressive is the included 65W fast charging support, which takes this phone one step ahead of its competitors. However, the performance of low-light cameras needs some improvement.

If its camera performance doesn’t matter much to you, then the Narjo 20 Pro is a good performer in terms of price. However, this phone and actually Realm 7 (Revaluation) There is not much difference, so Reality 7 also comes as a suitable alternative.

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