A Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has announced a 21-day lockdown in India and due to this, a Chinese smartphone brand Redmi has cancelled its all upcoming launches including Narzo 10 series smartphones.
These Narzo 10 smartphone series have already been tested by Redmi for a while now and for those who are not familiar, Realme was about to launch its Narzo 10 and Narzo 10A smartphones on March 26, as mentioned in our earlier posts.
Realme CEO Madhav Sheth made an announcement via a Twitter message:
“We decided to suspend all our upcoming launches, including Realme Narzo 10 smartphone series with regard to yesterday’s announcement from our honorable Prime Minister. It’s time for us to concentrate on our families. Stay at home, be safe and do cooperate with local authorities.”
With respect to the announcement made by our Honourable Prime Minister yesterday, we have decided to suspend all upcoming launches including #realmeNarzo series.
Time for us to focus on our family & ourselves. Stay at home, stay safe & cooperate with local authorities. pic.twitter.com/4FmdanvgHL
— Madhav Sheth (@MadhavSheth1) March 25, 2020
Coronavirus, declared as a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO), resulted in 9 deaths in India. The total number of confirmed cases grew to 562. Returning to the Narzo series, the company was started to come into selling smartphones with Max’s performance as a complete package.
Many of the features that could come with either device also appear in a Flipkart page. It includes a Fast Charge 5000mAh battery. The page also shows a 6.5-inches display and 89.9% screen-to-body ration for these new devices.
The new series will be loaded with an “A Class Processor” depending on Flipkart microsite. But the name of that processor is missing. Although a vertically arranged triple-camera configuration can be seen on one of the smartphone’s images on Flipkart but others show a quad-camera configuration.