Realme announced Realme C1 at the launch event of Realme 2 Pro in India launch. The Chinese brand’s new Realme C1 smartphone announcement came to be a surprise since the company had only been teasing its Pro model. Realme C1 comes as a budget smartphone which will be an excellent competitor to Xiaomi Redmi 6A. The new Android smartphone seems to be an improved version of the Realme 1 smartphone. The important highlighting features comprise of the 4,230mAh battery, a display notch reminiscent of iPhone X and later models, Snapdragon 450 SoC.
Realme C1 price in India and its release date
The Realme C1 price in India is Rs. 6,999. However, it is only introductory pricing for the coming Diwali festive season. The new model Realme C1 will go on sale on October 11 in India via Flipkart.
Realme C1 specifications
Considering the specifications, the Realme C1 features a 6.2-inch display. It comes with an iPhone X-like display notch. The Realme’s new smartphone will power the octa-core Snapdragon 450 SoC processor. Considering its price, it features 2 GB RAM and seems to be worth the money spent. Realme C1 will run on ColorOS 5.1 custom based on Android 8.1 Oreo. Moving to the design specs of the smartphone, the Realme C1 has a glass panel on the rear side of the device.
The new Realme C1 smartphone will feature dual camera setup. It has 13 MP + 2 MP sensors at the back. The front camera comes with a 5 MP sensor. Its further features AI Face Unlock support from the front. Realme C1 will have a capacity of 16 GB internal storage.
Further, you can expand the value since it has a dedicated microSD card slot. The expansion possible is up to 256 GB. Realme C1 is a dual-SIM smartphone and comes with an impressive colossal 4,230mAh battery.
For budget smartphone users who only need a decently working smartphone, Realme C1 is a fantastic choice to make. The smartphone is excellent since it lasts the entire day holding a bug battery. Further, its camera is much more than what it costs you. However, it is not an apt choice for regular gamers.