Is the Narzo 10 a good gaming phone?

The Narzo 10 smartphone by Realme is mainly aimed at the youngsters looking to have a great gaming experience at a reasonable price. Powered by the powerful Helio G80 gaming chipset by MediaTek, the Narzo 10 is priced fairly at Rs. 11,999 and offers some really good specifications as well. But as it is primarily a gaming phone for youngsters, let us look at its powerful processor into detail in order to determine the phone’s gaming worth.

The MediaTek Helio G80 is an incredible gaming chipset and a part of MediaTek’s range of Gseries chipset family that are specifically designed to provide a seamless gaming experience. Until recently, the Helio G80 has powered the Redmi 9, Realme 6i and the Realme Narzo 10 smartphones. However, in India the Redmi 9 is powered by the Helio G35 SoC which is another of the gaming chipsets from MediaTek. The MediaTek Helio Gseries chipset family has been making up a storm at the gaming market with its rapid sensing touchscreens and vibrant visuals, making for a rich and realistic gameplay in keeping with the brand’s price-reliability and adherence to great technology. The Taiwanese giant is known to make affordable technology for the masses while constantly upgrading and improving their products. In its Gseries chipsets, MediaTek has integrated their in-house gaming technology for one of the finest gaming experiences in budget smartphones.

MediaTek’s HyperEngine gaming technology boasts of providing eye-popping images and a lag-free run which makes the gaming experience smooth sailing. This technology is especially suited for tackling graphically challenging games like PUBG and Fortnite which can make even a very high-end device heat up fast. This is where MediaTek’s HyperEngime game technology delivers without taking a toll on the phone’s battery life and performance. The MediaTek HyperEngine technology uses artificial intelligence to consistently deliver a smooth gameplay experience while managing the phone’s resources. This technology is also the one major USP of MediaTek that makes it stand apart from the crowd with its smart game solutions on the Helio G70 and G80 making it more than capable of providing a very dependable gaming experience on budget smartphones, making us forget this used to be a dream some years back. The Helio G80 and G85 are very similar in their specifications. They both share the same DNA, and their size is the same at 12nm. They also possess similar CPU configuration with two ARM Cortex-A75 at 2.0GHz and six 1.8GHz A-55 Cortex. The MediaTek Helio G80 SoC is a slightly more powerful version of the MediaTek Helio G70 SoC. The MediaTek G80 boasts of an octa-core SoC that powers its innovative in-house HyperEngine technology and strives to offer a better gaming output and connectivity experience.

So, now looking at all that information, it is safe to say that the Narzo 10 backed by the Helio G80 is a pretty amazing gaming phone for youngsters and at a very reasonable price as well.

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