From the get-go, the Narzo 20 does look like it belongs to the C-Series, but if you actually look close enough, they did just enough to make it a little bit different.
The back panel uses what looks like a downward arrow pattern, or maybe you could call it numerous v’s. It’s a matte finish, so it’s less of a smudge magnet. The downside it that it’s also quite slippery, so you may want to find a case for it.
They’ve also managed to keep the protrusion of the camera module to a minimum. You get the Narzo branding along with a physical fingerprint scanner.
As for the display, you get a 6.5-inch IPS display with HD+ resolution. Of course, you don’t get the high refresh rates of its more expensive siblings, but what you do get is a display with decent viewing angles, decently sharp text, and good visibility in direct sunlight.