After releasing a medium-high end device a few weeks ago, we refer to Realme X50, the Oppo sub-brand now seems interested in releasing an entry-level smartphone. In particular we are talking about the Realme C3.
Does Realme Ce receive FCC certification, presentation around the corner?
In fact, a device with the model name RMX2020 would have just been certified by the FCC after passing through the Singapore regulatory agency, the IMDA. From the new certificate we can see that the smartphone arrives equipped with the latest ColorOS 7 operating system based on Android 10. Furthermore we can understand that the fingerprint reader is positioned in the back cover on the back. Which confirms in a sense that it is an entry-level device.
As for the specifications, considering that the predecessor, the Realme C2, arrived with a MediaTek Helio P22 processor, we can almost assume that the new Realme C3 instead adopts a MediaTek Helio P60. So an excellent step forward that should not raise prices anyway. In fact, this Realme series has always brought the best specific price ratio on the market and should be the same with the C3.
Furthermore, according to i Chinese media, the fact that the device is certainly also presented in India is proof that the smartphone will be decidedly inexpensive. Indeed, Realme and India go hand in hand, with the Chinese brand seeing an incredible success. Realme has gone from 0% (as it has just arrived) to 16% of the market share in just one year, a percentage very close to that of Xiaomi which obviously has been present for much longer. Realme then went on to become the best-selling brand in India, with over 2.5 million smartphones sold in just one year.
In any case, returning to the Realme C3, unfortunately we have no other info about it, except the fact that it will be presented shortly.