RealMe Narzo N55 is a straight-up rebrand of the recently launched RealMe Narzo C55 and the fact is, both of these devices are available at the same Rs 10,999 price tag.
This is messed up but hey, this is under the Narzo series, so it’s all good.
Is it Worth Buying RealMe Narzo N55?
Definitely, the RealMe Narzo N55 is worth buying as it features the MediaTek Helio G88, faster 33W charging support, longer battery life, and it runs the latest Android 13. It even has a Mini capsule that can make your life more productive.
So if your budget is Rs 10,999 then kindly take look at the RealMe C55 because this has a Mini capsule. This is the same feature as Apple’s Dynamic Island but you’re getting this feature in an 11k smartphone.
The RealMe C55 has a bit better rear design and it looks better compared to RealMe Narzo N55.
In short, the RealMe Narzo N55 is nothing special, it’s the same as the RealMe c55. RealMe didn’t have to launch this device in the first place but now that it’s here, you can either choose RealMe C55 or Narzo N55.
RealMe Narzo N55 Specs
Display, Build, and Design
RealMe Narzo N55 comes with a 6.72-inch 90Hz FHD+ LCD Display with 680 nits pick brightness. Also, RealMe has added a side-mounted fingerprint sensor which works well, so there are no complaints about it.
The 680 nits is good enough to use the device outdoors while the presence of Wide Vine L1 will let you watch FHD+ contact on OTT platforms.
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The device is made from plastic, now, there is nothing wrong with it as this is an Rs 11000 smartphone.
More on that, RealMe has also implemented a Mini capsule which is the same as Apple’s Dynamic Island but as of now, third-party apps didn’t add support for it.
So as of now, the Mini capsule only works with RealMe’s stock apps.
Now, I have said many times that the design is subjective, so I will drop a few images of the RealMe Narzo N55, so check them out and decide whether you like the design or not.
The MediaTek Helio G88 is around for years and it’s a well-tested processor, so there won’t be any kind of problems while using the device in day-to-day usage.
Keep in mind, you won’t able to play games for hours as the processor is not made for gaming at all but still, a little bit of gaming won’t harm the device at all.
The good news is, the phone runs on RealMe UI 4.0 based on Android 13 but the sad news is, RealMe didn’t say anything about future updates.
Do Note, the phone does have ads in the UI and you can’t disable them 100% but still, RealMe has improved the RealMe UI 4.0 and it works well compared to the last gen.
For those who didn’t know, this is a 4G smartphone.
So yes, don’t plan to buy RealMe Narzo N55 for gaming at all, it’s a good option for day-to-day usage only.
The phone has the same cameras as the RealMe C55, so give me some time to write the same thing.
The RealMe Narzo N55 has a 64MP primary sensor and 2MP depth sensor while there is 8MP front camera. Both cameras can shoot videos at 1080p@30fps.
To make it simple, that 2MP sensor is added for showcase while the front camera is there with a social media-ready filter which means, it takes a bit statured and whiter images.
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That 64MP sensor does take good images under sunlight but it doesn’t perform well in low light still, for the price of 11k, it’s doing a good job.
The video quality is also good, again, can’t comment much as this is a budget phone and as per the price, the doesn’t have the worst cameras.
Overall, you will be happy with the RealMe Narzo N55 cameras.
Audio and Battery Life
The good news is the 33W charger is supplied in the box while the 5,000 mAh battery will easily last for two days but if you’re a heavy user then still, the device should last for a day at least.
The phone has a single speaker which sounds good, also, it does have a 3.5mm audio jack. Now, this budget smartphone, so can’t expect everything, still, if you want a dual speaker setup then you will have to go above 11k.
RealMe Narzo N55
RealMe Narzo N55 PROS
- Dedicated Micro-SD card Slot
- 33W Support Support
- Available at a Good Price
- Longer Battery Life
- Decent Display QUality
- Runs the Latest Android 13
- 3.5mm Audio Jack
RealMe Narzo N55 CONS
- Only Single Speaker
- Not The Best Option For Gaming
Still, if you’re confused do comment down below, and we will talk about it.
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