Realme launched a myriad of smartphones since its inception. Although the company is continuously launching new smartphone lineups, Realme Fans already has a special affection for the series that consolidated the smartphone brand. We can say that the Realme X, Realme C, and Realme Numbered series are among the most popular Realme lineups. We may see the Realme GT lineup getting the headlights nowadays, but this doesn’t mean that other lineups will be forgotten. The Realme C3 was an appealing smartphone launched under the Realme C-series. Today, the device is getting the stable version of Android 11-based Realme UI 2.0.
The Realme C3 was an appealing smartphone due to its super low price tag and the nice package of specifications. The device received the first beta update in July. Apparently, the beta program progressed so well that it is now getting stable firmware. According to reports, the new build is rolling out for the units in India that had the beta installed first. We assume that in the upcoming days, users in the stable channel will be contemplated with this update.
If no show-stopping bugs appear in this early stage, then we presume that Realme will bring a wider rollout for all Realme C3 handsets out there. That said, the update is currently rolling out with RMX2027_11_C.04. According to reports, those who are enrolled in the previous betas will receive a thin package with just 168 MB. In comparison to the beta, the update optimizes performance, improves stability, and fixes known issues. If you’re running the Beta, then proceed to Settings >> Software Update to manually check if the new release is available.
Realme C3 (India) specifications
The Indian Realme C3 is quite different from the C3 that is available on global markets and Indonesia. The device packs a 6.52-inch display with HD+ resolution (1600 x 720) and a waterdrop notch. Under the hood, it comes with a MediaTek Helio G70 SoC which is not widely used as the Helio G80. The device has up to 4 GB of RAM and up to 64 GB of Internal Storage. It also offers microSD card expansion. The Realme C3 draws powers from a 5,000 mAh battery which is limited by 10W charging. Unfortunately, we have a micro USB port here. In terms of optics, we have a dual-camera setup with a 12 MP primary camera and a 2 MP depth sensor.
The device originally came with Android 10-based Realme UI 1.0 and now is receiving Android 11.