Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme was ready to release the upcoming smartphone Realme Narzo in India. But after the coronavirus epidemic and the government launched a nationwide lockout for 21 days, the company has postponed the launch.
“After the announcement made by our Honorable Prime Minister yesterday, and after careful consideration, realme has decided to postpone all upcoming launches including the Realme Narzo series, scheduled for online launch on 26 March at 12:30 pm it was done.” A statement said.
The new dates of the launch of the Realme Narzo series will be communicated by the company in the near future to improve the current situation. The company was set to launch the series and make it available for purchase on Flipkart.
Tipster Ishan Aggarwal admitted that the price of the phone can be less than Rs 15,000 in India. However, we expect Realme to cost less than Rs 10,000 for its Narzo 10 phone.
According to Realme, the NARZO stands for next-level camera, A class processor, remarkable battery, Zenith of design and outstanding performance. The company has taken the first alphabet from these ideas and changed it to a Narzo name for the upcoming brand.