New Realme Narzo 70 Pro teaser promises less bloatware, Sony IMX890 sensor

Aprilia Rine

New Realme Narzo 70 Pro teaser promises less bloatware, Sony IMX890 sensor

Sick of bloatware? The upcoming Realme Narzo 70 Pro will have fewer pre-installed apps – to put a specific number on it, there will be 65% fewer pre-installed apps. In fact, this is such an important feature that Amazon India’s landing page for the phone advertises it at the very top.

We hate bloatware and we know that you do too. Realme has listened to users and is making an attempt to cut that back. Additionally, Amazon and the Narzo team polled users and found that the Sony IMX890 is one of the most wished-for sensors – and that is exactly the sensor they picked for the phone.


What do people want?

What do people want?

The IMX890 is a 50MP 1/1.56” sensor commonly found on high-end phones and some older flagships. It will be paired with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) for better shots, especially in the dark. And, of course, the larger sensor gathers more light. For reference, the Narzo 60 Pro has a 100MP OmniVision sensor (also with OIS).

Fewer pre-loaded apps and a bigger image sensor
Fewer pre-loaded apps and a bigger image sensor

Fewer pre-loaded apps and a bigger image sensor

This will be the first phone in the ₹30K segment that combines the IMX890 with OIS, according to the company.

The Realme Narzo 70 Pro will also support Air Gestures – these are 10+ gestures that allow you to navigate the UI at a distance and will be available in third-party apps too, not just the Realme interface.

The Realme Narzo 70 Pro will be equipped with an IMX890 and OIS
The Realme Narzo 70 Pro will be equipped with an IMX890 and OIS

The Realme Narzo 70 Pro will be equipped with an IMX890 and OIS

Another result from the survey is that users prefer glass backs, which will be adopted on the new model too (the 60 Pro had either a plastic back or eco leather).

The Realme Narzo 70 series will be announced later this month in partnership with Amazon. You can follow the Source link below for the Amazon landing page or check out this one on Realme.com.

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