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Realme C3 goes official in India, launching on February 6

As promised by Madhav Sheth, Realme's CEO of India, yesterday, we have the Chinese-based manufacturer launch their latest middle-ranged budget-friendly smartphone in the country, that will follow their existing Realme C series of devices as all new Realme C3. The phone will be a Flipkart exclusive in India and will make it's formal arrival on their online retail platform starting February 6. The handset will be offered in both 3GB RAM/32GB ROM model as well as 4GB RAM/64GB ROM adaption. The device will be marketed highlighting the battery capacity on board, where the smartphone will ship with a fairly large 5000mAh powered battery that delivers 30 days of standby, 43.9 hours on call, 19.4 hours of music playback, 20.8 hours of YouTube streaming and 10.6 hours of PUBG gaming on a full charge.

From the front the smartphone will tot a 6.5" water drop style notch display housing the secondary front facing snapper. The screen is under protection of Corning Gorilla Glass and comes at 89.8% screen-to-body-ratio. Lastly when movingto the camera department, the device will pack a dual sensor module on the rear with LED flash light. Taking a look closer at the handset, we see the Realme C3 traiting a 12 megapixels "AI Super Camera" for primary photography at aperture f/2.4 and a secondary lens of unknown megapixels but with aperture f/1.8. The main lenses will even attribute features such as "Chroma Boost," "Slow-motion Video," "HDR Mode" and "Panorama Selfie."

Unfortunately we don't have any further information on the Realme C3 yet, but we should see more details regarding the price and complete specification listing surface at launch. 

Source: Flipkart