Today, apart from the new Realme Narzo 30 series, the company also announced a number of quite useful accessories.

Realme Game Pro Kit

As the name suggests, the Realme Cooling Back Clip that helps the phone stay at a manageable temperature. So when playing gamines, you will stay immersed in the game. Everything is done with the patented Dual Cooling tech.

In fact, the Realme Cooling Back Clip when powered by a Semiconductor ice chip cools your device fast. Plus, the 7-blade fan pushes cold air across the entire device and lowers the temperature inside out. Once turned on, it maintains a temperature of around 25°C even after 40 more minutes of use.

In addition to the cooling power, this cooling clip also comes with attractive RGB effects. This is a perfect way to deck your device out and serve as an excellent way to get in the zone.

The Realme Cooling Back Clip weighs 51g, features a 65-85mm free stretch design, and is compatible with various devices.

The Realme Cooling Back Clip is priced at only ₹1,799 ($25).

Realme Mobile Game Controller

The Realme Mobile Game Controller features CapAir Mapping Technology. In it, the electrical signal is sent directly to the screen with an almost unnoticeable delay. So it provides ultra-short key ranges. It ensures high sensitivity and agile control over player inputs.

This accessory features a long battery life of 80 hours and boasts Flash Charge functionality. It allows the device to fully charge from 0% in just 1.5 hours.

The Recordable One Touch Burst Mode of the Realme Mobile Game Controller allows you to fight off a horde of opponents.

The Realme Mobile Game Controller is priced at ₹999 ($14).

Realme Mobile Game Finger Sleeves

The Realme Mobile Game Finger Sleeves comes with One-piece Seamless Design. It is 6x more sensitive compared to sleeves made with ordinary carbon fiber materials. The 0.25mm sleeves boast strong electrical conductivity, high sensitivity, and enable smooth controls.

The Realme Mobile Game Finger Sleeves is priced at ₹129 ($2).

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