Realme Narzo 30A is not satisfying. Where, you will notice some apps will start taking longer than usual to open when too many apps are used at one time. The scrolling experience also becomes less smooth and the animation transitions start to evoke a less satisfying feel.
As for gaming performance, it is also capable of playing most of the firsts well at modest graphics settings. Although, sometimes there is a time delay problem that occurs. This can only be overcome by lowering the graphics settings to a lower level. In terms of temperature production, it feels warm when played at around over 15 minutes.
Before forgetting, the software used is still Realme UI based on Android 10. It’s a bit disappointing here because a number of competitors in the same class are already present with the Android 11 offering. Through it too, you will find existing functions on it such as dark mode, navigation features brand new and more. Realme informed, however, it will be updated with Realme UI 2.0 support soon.
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Touching on the camera, you will definitely notice that the camera module here is rectangular with four circles in it, right? Obviously, one of them is LED Flash. The rest will look as if the use of three sensors. But, kindly remind us, don’t be fooled by what you see here. The reason is, it only has two camera sensors. Another is just a decoration with a rounded AI logo.