After detailed renders of the Realme C30 were published last week, the smartphone was widely expected to be released soon. Realme revealed yesterday that the smartphone will be available in India on June 20. Pakistan should be the next stop (based on the usual release calendar.) We have some important specifications to provide.
The Unisoc Tiger T612, based on the 12 nm architecture, lies at the heart of the Realme C30, according to previously revealed official renders. It is a typical CPU, with an AnTuTu score of 176,932.
The forthcoming C30’s vertically chamfered rear design contains repeating lines that protrude slightly. The new Realme C35 sibling will come in two colour options: blue and green.
Realme’s rectangular camera module C30, which houses a circular camera ring, is maintained clutter-free. The phone is 182 grammes and 8.5 millimetres thick, with a 5000 mAh battery powering everything. According to previous rumours, the single rear camera will have a 13 MP sensor, while the selfie camera would have a 5 MP lens.
The smartphone is also expected to include a micro-USB connector, a 3.5 mm audio jack, a standard microphone, and a speaker, all of which will be located on the bottom. There is no trustworthy information about the Realme C30’s storage options, screen, or rapid charging technologies.
There’s no information on the price yet. However, we will just have to wait a few days for the launch of Realme’s latest affordable model to have a better idea of its technical characteristics.