Realme announced at the IFA 2020 event the launch of a slew of devices, including the Narzo 20 series. The company is said to reveal three different variants under the lineup, the Narzo 20, Narzo 20A, and Narzo 20 Pro.
While we already know a few details about these upcoming Realme handsets, a fresh leak shed light on their arrival.
The Realme Narzo 20 lineup smartphones might arrive very soon. The recent leak has also shared the invite for the launch event that unveils more details of what we can expect. Here is what you need to know.
Realme Narzo 20 Lineup Launch Date Details
According to a tweet shared by Himanshu, who also hinted at the possible color variants and storage configurations of the next Realme handsets, the Realme Narzo 20 lineup could arrive on September 21. The company might also announce more details this week.
A reply to Himanshu’s tweet includes an image of the Realme Narzo 20 lineup launch event. It displays a blue box highlighting the Narzo smartphone boldly at the top.
Inside that box, there is the SUP Handheld Retro Game Console. Other features include an energy bar snack within the box and a small one with a battery indicator.
What We Should Expect From Realme Narzo 20 Lineup
Even if tipster Himanshu hints at a September 21 arrival for the Realme Narzo 20 lineup, we need to wait a bit for the official announcement. And, given that the upcoming series will succeed the Narzo 10 lineup released earlier this year, it will come as a rival to the other similarly priced and specced variants.
We should expect the Realme Narzo 20 series to pack a powerful battery of at least 5,500mAh with high fast charging support. So far, there are no details about what we can expect from smartphones, but we should believe they’ll be as successful as their predecessors.
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