Back in the last week, Realme took the wraps off the new Realme C3 smartphone in India. It’s an entry-level device with affordable price tag and good specifications for the price point. After the launch in the Indian stronghold, the Chinese firm started to tease the handset launch in Indonesia on February 19. Apparently, the Indonesian market will say welcome to a Realme C3 that is slightly different from the one which reached India.
Interestingly enough, the official Realme website in the country outlines some of the key specs of the low-end device and “Triple Camera” is one of them. This is strange since the currently released version features a 12MP and a 2MP secondary sensor. We assume that these two sensors will remain but we don’t have anything about the third module just yet. Was it just a typo or could be Realme preparing a triple-camera version of the smartphone for Indonesia? If that is the case, why the company didn’t go with that version in the Indian market, one of the most important markets for the Chinese brands? We’ll know all the answers in the coming days.
Realme C3 specifications:
The Realme C3 features a 6.5-inch display with HD+ resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, and a waterdrop notch housing a 5MP selfie snapper. Under the hood, it carries MediaTek’s Helio G70 gaming chipset paired with up to 4GB of RAM. There’s also 32GB or 64GB of storage depending on the variant. On the rear, there is a 12MP camera sensor paired with a secondary 2MP module. There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD support and Android 10 with Realme UI. The device is fed by a 5,000mAh battery, but unfortunately, it ships with a micro-USB port which limits the max charging rate to 10W. Therefore, the handset has a battery that lasts an entire day but that take several hours to get charged.