RealMe is really going global as the company releases an array of cool smartphones which are quite expensive. Among those big high-spec smartphones are much cheaper devices which are very affordable and targeted at young people who cannot afford to pay exorbitant price for some super expensive smartphones.
The RealMe C3 is a really interesting smartphone with really interesting features that makes it okay for young people who don’t want to spend $500 on a smartphone. While it’s relatively new, it comes with the latest Android 10 OS with the RealMe UI 10 built on top of it to give you that immersive experience.
While the screen is no match for high-end smartphones like the Galaxy S20 Ultra, the 6.5-Inch IPS LCD display is definitely up to something which is part of the interesting thing about the device. But where it excels much better is with the battery. While the triple camera setup which is made up of a 12MP main hooter and then coupled with a dual 2MP other sensors, it still produce quite god pictures in good lighting unlike in the dark or low-light environment.
As for the battery, it’s a whooping 5000mAh which is far bigger than those on the likes of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro (4500) and it still retains the 3.5mm headphone jack but worst enough, it features the good old Micro USB-2.0 which I thought I’d never find in a modern smartphone any longer be it cheap or expensive.
It comes in dual colors namely Frozen Blue, Blazing Red and it’s still not very bad for smartphone of it’s price. It can serve well as a back-up device but RealMe probably didn’t assume that considering the large size of it’s screen which makes it seem like a main device.