realme already has a number of models under the 10 series: while we have the 10 4G, 10 Pro, and 10 Pro+, the vanilla realme 10 has a 5G variant, while Thailand has a realme 10T. When it comes to looks, the 10T and the China-only 5G are similar, with the key differences being the processor, and charging speeds. The 10T has a Dimensity 810 processor and 18w charging, while the 10 5G has a Dimensity 700 and 33w charging.
Otherwise, the realme 10T also has a 6.6-inch Full HD+ IPS display with a notch for the 8-megapixel selfie camera and a 90hz refresh rate, a triple rear camera setup that consists of two 2-megapixel filler cameras and a 50-megapixel main camera, up to 8GB RAM, up to 256GB storage, and a 5000mAh battery. You also get a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, headphone jack, and Android 12-based realme UI 3.
If the specs of the realme 10T sound familar to you, that’s because its almost the same as the narzo 50 5G that we have in the Philippines. Aside from the design (the 10T has an additional filler camera), the realme 10T has a newer 50-megapixel rear camera, but the narzo 50 5G offers a faster 33w wired charging speed.
In Thailand, the realme 10T is priced at THB 7000(~Php 11.1k) for the 4GB/128GB model and THB 9000(~Php 14.3k) for the 8GB/256GB model. While we don’t expect the 10T to be available in the Philippines, there’s a possibility that it will arrive in the country as a narzo-branded device.
It has been almost 7 months since narzo launched a new phone in the Philippines with the 50i Prime–and it might be time for them to make their presence felt with a new product in the coming weeks.