They both have the promise of excellent results and specs. Both have spectacular designs. And more like sheets of spec. And the starting price of POCO M3 is Rs.10,999 and the starting price of Realme Narzo 20 is Rs.10,499. Which one offers the best value for your money. Let’s try and find out.
The size and weight of these two phones are as follows–POCO M3:- 162.3×77.3×9.6mm and weighs 198g whereas Realme Narzo 20:-164.5×75.9 x9.8 mm and weighs 208g. They are both made up of plastic back and have branding vertically written at the back, POCO has it on the camera model whereas Realme has it at the bottom left. Both of them contain 3 rear camera setup and an LED flash, both have different camera design the POCO covers the upper half of the phone whereas the Realme had a square camera cutout at the top left corner. As for the security both have Biometric scan and face unlock features as well.
Both include an 8-megapixel selfie camera, a 6.53-inch Full HD screen with a water-drop notch. Poco is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 whereas Realme is powered by MediaTek Helio G85 and both have 64GB (UFS 2.1) and 128GB (UFS 2.2) storage options which can be extended to 512GB using a card (specific slot). However, the amount of RAM is different for the 6GB RAM of the M3, whereas the 4GB RAM of the Realme Narzo 20. As for the rear camera Poco has 48MP (Wide) + 2MP (Macro) + 2MP (Depth), Triple Rear Camera Setup, 48MP Wide (0.8μm, f/1.79 Aperture, 6P Lens Number, AF, FOV 79 Degree), 2MP Macro (1.75μm, f/2.4 Aperture, 3P Lens Number, FF, FOV 85 Degree), 2MP Depth Camera(1.75μm, f/2.4 Aperture, 3P Lens Number, FF, FOV 83 Degree ), Rear Camera Features: 48MP Ultra HD Mode, Night Mode, Macro, HDR, AI Scene Detection, Document Mode, AI Beautify, Portrait Mode, Panorama Mode, AI Watermark, Google Lens, Pro Colour, Movie Frame, Timed Burst and for Realme 48MP (Primary) + 8MP (Wide angle) + 2MP (Macro) rear camera setup, aperture: f/1.79 (Primary) + f/2.25 (Wide angle) + f/2.4 (Macro), FOV: 79 Degree (Primary) + 119 degree (Wide angle) + 88.8 degree (Macro), focal length: 50mm (Primary) + 16mm (Wide angle), lens number: 6P (Primary) + 5P (Wide angle) + 3P (Macro).
Both smartphones are fitted with 6,000mAh batteries and come with an 18W fast charge. However, with regards to battery life, the POCO M 3 is obviously longer than the Realme, whether due to a cleaner UI or a larger RAM, which results in better app management. The Realme took me to a single charge a little over a day and a half. However, the POCO M3 was supplied for almost two days. Both phones are charged within a few hours, but this round is won by Poco M3 for better battery life.
As far as the pricing is concerned the Poco M3 comes at Rs.10,999 for 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage and for the 128GB variant it comes at Rs.11,999.
And for the Realme Narzo 20 it comes at Rs.10,499 for 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage and for the 128GB variant it comes at Rs.12,499.
Overall POCO M3 gives more value for money as it contains more ram and has a great design, Display, software and many more thing whereas the Realme Narzo 20 lacks behind as it only gives 4GB of ram which is comparatively less than what Poco is offering and people are inclined to buy the Poco M3 than the Realme Narzo 20.