realme Narzo 50 reviews by real users realme Narzo 50

User score

Overall satisfaction
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  • 3
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6 reviews
  • Screen8.1
  • Performance7.4
  • Camera7.3
  • Connectivity8.8
  • Battery7.3
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Design & Materials

Is it a drop-resistant and scratch-resistant smartphone?

6 reviews

Do you think it's a nice phone?

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Is it comfortable?

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Can you see it well in the sunlight?

6 reviews

Performance & Hardware

Does it have good sound?

6 reviews

Does it work smoothly in everyday use?

6 reviews

What's your experience been with demanding games?

6 reviews


Quality of daytime photos

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Quality of nighttime photos

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Quality of selfies

6 reviews

Does it have a powerful flash?

6 reviews


Does it have good coverage for calls?

6 reviews

Quality of the GPS

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And the WiFi?

6 reviews


How long does the battery last?
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    Less than half day
  • 17%
    Less than a day
  • 50%
    One day
  • 33%
    More than one day
  • 0%
    Two days or more

6 reviews


Did it come with preinstalled applications?
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    It comes with a clean operating system
  • 100%
    It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
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    It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall

6 reviews

Do you regularly receive updates?
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    Once a year
  • 67%
    Every six months
  • 33%
    Every two months or less

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User reviews

  • After more or less a year of usage, it's a good phone for the price. Rear camera and thermals when gaming could be better.

    For $140-$180, This phone is enough for those who want a decent phone with a 120Hz display.

    The only reason as to why I bought this phone was to play rhythm games on high refresh rate, and it delivers. The display's colors were quite pleasing as I didn't expect much from a 120Hz panel from a budget phone. Don't expect too much though, it's brightness isn't all that impressive as it's not too visible outdoors and it still doesn't beat an AMOLED panel.

    The battery performance was okay, it wasn't really obvious that it had 5000mAh of capacity but if you'd run out of juice, it charges within an hour or less.

    The Realme Narzo 50 4G has sufficient power to handle demanding games such as PUBG Mobile, Call of Duty: Mobile and a little of Genshin Impact (if you set the graphical quality to the low/lowest). However, it suffers to hold up framerates when it heats up and it does especially that on areas with high ambient temperature or when the game gets into demanding situations due to the chipset being a MediaTek Helio series, known for thermal throttling.

    From what I've noticed, it also suffers when you have a lot of applications open. I do not know the reason as to why, but I have read that this phone has terrible RAM management. So when gaming, try to minimize the amount of applications open.

    The main rear camera was lackluster even though the sensor was a 50MP Samsung S5KJN1, probably due to how the software handles the post-processing. It's other sensors couldn't help either since they were just as bad or even worse. My sibling's Realme 5 Pro could even output much better photos even it had an objectively worse sensor.

    The selfie camera despite it not being the highlight of the phone surprisingly performed alright, if not decently good enough for the price.

    Realme UI is good, I don't really care about the UI/UX of the phone.

    I encountered an issue where it restarted itself a few times. It got fixed eventually, but please keep it in mind.

    • 6.6" IPS 120Hz display
    • 33W charging, good battery
    • Passable performance
    • Good selfie camera
    • Realme UI, if you are a fan
    • Audio jack and microSD slot, if you care
    • Thermal throttling
    • Rear camera quality
    • RAM management
    • QC issue (restarts itself on some units)
    • Camera bump, bad for rhythm games
    • It's too affordable?
    • 7.5
    • Screen6.5
    • Performance6.3
    • Camera6.0
    • Connectivity7.0
    • Battery5.0
  • Good at this price range.powerful processor.bt not a good ram management

    • Good hardware
    • Pricing
    • Design
    • Fast charge
    • Bad Ram management
    • Drains baterry
    • Not stable optimise
    • 8.5
    • Screen9.0
    • Performance9.3
    • Camera8.5
    • Connectivity10
    • Battery7.0
  • Auto
    Decent phone for the price range, the camera is very good

    • 6.1
    • Screen7.2
    • Performance2.6
    • Camera6.5
    • Connectivity7.3
    • Battery7.0
  • Auto
    The perfect downgrade if you want a good device to focus on other things

    The cell phone has a good screen and an incredible battery, thanks to its not so powerful processor the cell phone lasts a few days without charging, even when it reaches 20%, I connect for 30 minutes and it reaches 60%, which gives me another day of battery. In my experience, I don't use it for gaming, just casual. My purpose was to have basic functions with social networks, calls and messages, good coverage and that's it. For games there are other devices. For daily use this cell phone is perfect. In terms of cameras, being a professional photographer I'm not interested in a cell phone camera, they are basic and generally bad, this one is not far behind.

    • 120hz display
    • Battery
    • Processor
    • cameras
    • 7.8
    • Screen8.7
    • Performance7.3
    • Camera5.7
    • Connectivity9.6
    • Battery9.0
  • Auto

    Bought recently. The screen is 120 hertz, it can automatically change the frequency, but it is not set below 60, today Android 12 came with UI3.0, there are many options in the camera, and if you turn on the "AI" option, the photos are excellent, the portrait selfie is just super, Genshin Impact works good, but after 15 minutes the phone heats up to 43 ° C and starts to slow down a little in open areas, in undemanding games I generally set ultra settings and it does not heat up, almost all applications can be deleted, but with android 12, an advertisement appeared inside the game launcher in the form of one not installed game, not critical, but annoying, for $ 230 with its characteristics, I forgave him everything. By the way: the memory expansion option is also available on it, but only up to 3GB. I can note that the macro camera is almost useless, 2MP is very small, and the black and white module cannot be used for photos. It holds a charge well, if you do not load it, then it works out calmly all day. For the price that I took it - ideal

    • Performance
    • Screen
    • Updates are coming
    • rear camera
    • H.265 encoding available
    • selfie camera
    • mono sound
    • In GenImp throttling
    • Flash is not bright
    • Why black and white module?
    • Video only FHD30
    • Nothing else
    • 9.3
    • Screen9.0
    • Performance9.0
    • Camera8.2
    • Battery7.0
  • Auto
    No problems and very fluid

    Since I bought it, it seemed like a nice cell phone and very fluid, I have the 4 Gb version and 64 storage and it is more than enough for me, if you know how to manage your storage and you have an SD card it will be difficult to fill the memory and ram next to the processor are fine to have at least 4 open applications sim restart. The cameras are good but if you are demanding they will not be the best for you and the screen would be better if it were amoled but other than that it is a very good device for its price and what it offers

    • Sound
    • Processor
    • the rear camera
    • Personalization Layer
    • 9
    • Screen8.2
    • Performance10
    • Camera8.5
    • Connectivity10
    • Battery9.0

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  • 5.9 Design & Materials
  • 6.0 Performance & Hardware
  • 6.1 Camera
  • 7.0 Connectivity
  • 6.6 Battery
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