July is expected to witness the release of multiple smartphones, such as foldables from Motorola and iQOO as well as mid-range offerings from Realme. Tech enthusiasts have eagerly anticipated several devices like Motorola Razr 40 series, iQOO Neo 7 Pro and Realme Narzo 60 Series 5G; however Amazon unintentionally leaked their starting prices ahead of their launches.
As part of its Prime Day sale scheduled to occur between July 15-16 in India, Amazon India made an unfortunate error when listing three smartphones: Motorola Razr 40, iQOO Neo 7 Pro and Realme Narzo 60 Series on its website as promotional items; these smartphones were intended to help shoppers create shopping lists but instead accidentally displayed with their prices listed alongside.
Leaked price tags indicate that the Motorola Razr 40 will cost Rs 59,999; iQOO Neo 7 Pro will start at Rs 33,999 while Realme Narzo 60 series starts from a starting price of Rs 17,999. However, Amazon quickly corrected their errors and replaced these prices with their respective launch dates.
Realme is expected to unveil their Narzo series in India on July 6 and has begun sharing teasers of their device on social media in anticipation. This smartphone is anticipated to feature premium vegan texture curved back design as well as circular camera housing equipped with selfie snapper feature and will run on MediaTek Dimensity 6020 SoC along with up to 8GB RAM and 1TB storage.
Realme’s Narzo series will likely boast a larger display with minimal bezels and higher-resolution screen, larger battery capacity and fast charging support.
As expected, it will be fascinating to compare how the iQOO Neo 7 Pro stacks up against Moto Razr 40 and Realme Narzo 60 series when they all launch this month in India. According to reports, iQOO Neo 7 Pro may offer superior processing power and storage capacities compared with Moto Razr 40 while Realme Narzo 60 series offers pocket-friendly options with smaller footprints.
The iQOO Neo 7 Pro will feature dual rear cameras, while Motorola Razr 40 will be a flip-folding phone with a 6.9-inch display when open. Furthermore, Nothing Phone (2) is due for release this month with its prices yet unknown.