Realme, one of the fastest growing companies in the smartphone market, continues to appear with its new smartphones. The Chinese manufacturer launched the Realme C11 last year. The company announced the new version of the phone today.
Realme C11 (2021) actually had lower specs than the current model. The phone has features like Android Go, a single camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery. Chinese technology company Realme announced the new version of the entry-level phone called C11, which it announced last year. The device, named “C11 (2021)“, aims to provide users with a more up-to-date experience by renewing the features of the current model.
Design of Realme C11 (2021)
Realme C11 (2021) comes with a 6.52 inch sized IPS LCD display. The pixel density value of this screen, which offers HD + resolution, is now at 269 dpi; while the front camera in the notch of the screen offers 5 MP resolution. No statement has been made about the fingerprint reader sensor of the phone. But when we look at the design of the phone, we can easily say that the C11 (2021) lacks this feature.
Realme‘s new smartphone uses UniSoC SC9863 processor. This processor is combined with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. In addition, users can install a microSD card up to 256 GB in this smartphone if they wish. The phone, which has a 5000 mAh battery, offers 10 watt standard charging support. Meanwhile, the operating system of the device is Android Go.
Realme‘s affordable new model C11 (2021) has a single camera setup designed in a square shape on the back of the C11 (2021). However, the engineers wanted to crowd this camera setup as if it contained multiple modules. It has to be said that this camera offers 8 MP resolution.
Realme C11 (2021) Price
Realme C11, available in blue and gray color options, is sold for $ 104 in the Philippines and $ 112 in Russia.
Realmce C11 (2021) Technical Features
Display: 6.52 inch HD +, IPS LCD
Processor: UniSoC SC9863
RAM: 2 GB
Storage: 32 GB (microSD card support)
Front Camera: 5 MP
Rear Camera: 8 MP
Battery: 5,000 mAh