Realme Narzo has officially announced the debut of their N series of devices, and soon the first member of the series, the Narzo N55 will be released. The device was teased this week, and officially announced today. But there’s a catch. The device is a rebrand of an already existing Realme phone.
Realme Narzo N55 announced in India
The Realme Narzo N55, the companies first entry for their N series of devices has just been announced, and the design leads us to believe that it is a rebrand. We previously reported about Narzo teasing their upcoming device, and a day later, they finally announced the phone itself, the Narzo N55.
Launching at 12:00 pm, 12th April.
— realme narzo India (@realmenarzoIN) April 6, 2023
The N55 is a rebrand of the already available Realme C55, which itself is a budget offering from the higher-end brand of the two, featuring a Mediatek Helio G88, 1080p 90Hz display, 64 megapixel main camera with a 2 megapixel depth sensor, 33W fast charging and a low price. The device also comes with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage as the base model, and features up to 8 GB of RAM and 256GB of storage on the higher end model, with more configurations along the way.
The Realme C55 is currently being sold for ₹10,999 ($169), so we expect the Narzo N55 to be sold for around the same price, and we think that it’s a good deal for a decent device.