Realme’s new AIoT sub-brand Dizo has its first phones in its arsenal, welcome the Dizo Star 300 and Star 500. The two 2G featurephones aimed at the Indian market and bring modest specs and very low price tags.
Dizo Star 300 (left) and Star 500 (right)
Dizo Star 300 brings a 1.77-inch LCD with a 160 x 120-pixel resolution and 65K colors. It’s powered by the Unisoc SC6531E chipset with 32MB RAM and 32MB internal storage which is expandable up to 64GB via microSD. The back houses a single VGA camera with an LED flash.
The phone also brings dual-SIM support, Bluetooth, FM radio and support for English, Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Telugu, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam languages. The battery comes in at 2,550 mAh.
Dizo Star 300
Dizo Star 300 is listed at INR 1,499 ($20) but there’s a INR 1,299 ($17) introductory price. The phone is stated to go on sale soon. It comes in black, blue and mint green colors.
Dizo Star 500 brings a larger 2.8-inch color LCD and ups the resolution to QVGA (320 x 240-pixels). It also boasts a VGA camera around the back housed in a circular cutout with an LED flash. There’s the same Unisoc SC6531E chispet under the hood paired with 32MB RAM and 32MB storage which can be expanded up to 64GB via the microSD slot.
Dizo Star 500
The battery on this model is 1,900 mAh and you also get the same dual-SIM, Bluetooth and FM radio as the Dizo Star 300. It comes in black, mint green and silver colors.
Dizo Star 500 is listed at INR 1,999 ($27) regular price though there’s a 10% discount which gets it down to INR 1,799 ($24). There’s no info on when sales are scheduled to begin at this point.