Realme Narzo 60x arrives with Dimensity 6100+ SoC and 50MP camera, Buds T300 tag along
The Realme Narzo 60x is positioned below the vanilla and Pro models and is powered by the Dimensity 6100+ SoC. It runs Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 with has 128GB of storage onboard with two RAM options - 4GB and 6GB.
The Narzo 60x sports a 6.72" 120Hz FullHD+ LCD with 680 nits peak brightness and 180Hz touch sampling rate. The screen has a centered punch hole for the 8MP selfie camera, and since it's not an AMOLED panel, the fingerprint scanner is embedded in the power button.
The back cover of the Narzo 60x's Stellar Green color model flaunts what Realme calls an InterstellarX Design, made with a Glitter Sand Process for "an exquisite effect that comes to life in the light, shining like dazzling stars." The rear panel also has an 8-layer gradient coating for a Gradient Light Effect. Realme says the Stellar Green version is "inspired by the vastness and mystery of the galaxy," with each X-shaped line representing a "path to discovery."
The Narzo 60x's rear cover also sports a circular camera island housing LED flash and two cameras - 50MP primary and 2MP depth. The smartphone supports 5G connectivity and packs a 5,000 mAh battery with 33W charging. It's advertised to go from 1% to 50% in 29 minutes.
If all this sounds familiar, that's because the Realme Narzo 60x is a version of the Realme 11x with a different primary camera (50MP vs. 64MP).
The Realme Narzo 60x's 4GB/128GB model is priced at INR12,999 ($155/€145) and the 6GB/128GB variant at INR14,999 ($180/€170). Both will come in Stellar Green and Nebula Purple colors and go on sale in India starting September 12 through Realme's official website and Amazon.in.
Alongside the Narzo 60x, Realme also unveiled the Buds T300 TWS earphones. Each bud weighs 4.1g, comes with 12.4mm drivers, offers 30dB Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), and supports touch controls.
The Realme Buds T300 are advertised with a 360° Spatial Audio Effect and 50ms latency with Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. The buds also support Dolby Atmos and have an IP55 rating.
The Buds T300 pack a 43 mAh battery in each bud, while the charging case comes with a 460 mAh cell. Realme says the Buds T300 will offer up to 8 hours of music playback at 50% volume without ANC and 6 hours with ANC. When paired with the charging case, you can get up to 40 hours of total playback at 50% volume without ANC and 30 hours with ANC.
However, once the battery is completely drained, a quick 10-minute top-up through the USB-C port on the charging case will provide up to 7 hours of music playback at 50% volume with ANC turned off.
The Realme Buds T300 TWS earphones are priced at INR2,299 ($28/€26) and have two color options - Stylish Black and Youth White. Sales will begin in India starting September 12 through Realme's official website, Amazon.in, Flipkart, and mainline channels.
- 07 Sep 2023
7 inches, so fking lame, another electronic waste
- Darth Caesium
- 06 Sep 2023
They have a curved screen while having a flat back. The worst design decision IMO. We have surpassed a new level of stupidity. Best design would be a flat screen with a curved back.
- 06 Sep 2023
A a phone is exclusively offered for the indian market, they are rebranding it and instead of selling it in another part of the world, it will be sold again in India? Yep, more of the typical modern "logic".