Realme bundles us up and re-presents two mobiles that have been in Spain for months

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realme is one of the companies that has focused the most on Spain, presenting mobile phones in our country that end up reaching the company’s main markets. An example is the new realme Narzo 30 and 30A, devices that have been presented today.

Narzo is a range of realme with which the company intends to compete against Redmi in India, taking the quality / price ratio to the limit. These phones, although they have good features, you shouldn’t pay too much attention to them either.

Why’s that?Because they have already been available in Spain for months.

The realme Narzo 30 and 30A have been in Spain for months under another name

realme is a sub-brand of Oppo that was born focused on the market in India, although over time we have seen how it expanded to other countries, including Spain.In our country they are doing really well, with mobiles that are not only very competitive, but sometimes reach our market with priority.

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Today the new Narzo have been presented, and while we were checking their design and technical specifications we looked at something really curious, and that is that these mobiles have been in Spain since finally. Specifically, the realme Narzo 30 is exactly the same mobile as the realme 7 5G that was presented in our country on November 19.

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The only noticeable difference from the Narzo 30 is that it loses the 2 Mpx monochrome camera (which in our review we already pointed out that it was practically useless) it weighs 1 gram less and the memory settings. In Spain we have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, while the basic version of the Narzo 30 has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage.

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On the other hand, the cheaper Realme Narzo 30A is a change of name and design in the back cover of the Realme 7i that was presented on December 16, 2020 in Spain, a mobile that did not convince us too much as it had practically the same technical capabilities. than its predecessor, sacrificing memory and NFC for a larger battery. As with its older brother, the Narzo 30A starts from 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, while the Spanish version includes 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage.

When realme arrived in Spain, we praised its very reduced catalog but focused on offering the best experience in each of its ranges. Lately they seem to be losing the north in that sense, and seeing this type of strategy does not seem that they think to change too much.

  • realme 7i for 149 euros in Amazon Spain.
  • realme 7 5G for 271 euros in Amazon Spain.

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