Realme C20 name confirmed in certification listing: key specifications, design, and more

Highlights
  • Realme C20 will be the official name of RMX3061 and RMX3063
  • The handset should launch soon as it has received certifications in many countries, including India
  • Key Realme C20 specifications include a 4,880mAh battery, triple camera setup, and 4G support

The Realme C20 name has been confirmed for the upcoming RMX3061 smartphone by the brand. The moniker has been revealed for the handset by Indonesia’s NBTC certification agency, which also revealed that the device will support 4G networks. While the Realme C20 specifications we learnt from NBTC are rather scarce, we do have a fair bit of knowledge about what the smartphone will offer thanks to the RMX3061 certifications in other countries. So, let’s dive right into the Realme C20 specifications we can look forward to when the smartphone launches.

Realme C20 NBTC certification confirms official name
Realme C20 NBTC certification confirms the upcoming handset’s official name

Realme C20 specifications

As mentioned above, some key Realme C20 specifications have been revealed in various certifications. These include a 4,880mAh battery, which will likely be marketed as 5,000mAh. Other features include the usual suspects like Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. A sketch spotted in the RMX3061 FCC listing shows the smartphone will have a triple camera setup, accompanied by a LED flash, in a square module on the back of the phone. Realme C20 will also come with model number RMX3063, likely with a different storage/ RAM configuration than RMX3061.

Realme C20 design revealed in FCC listing

Realme C20 will be a follow-up to the Realme C15 smartphone. We can expect it to launch in India soon as it has already appeared on the country’s BIS certification website. It will likely be a low-end device, with a big screen, large battery, and fast-charging support. However, the presence of a triple camera setup instead of a quad camera, as seen on C15, muddies those waters a little. The rear panel design seen in the FCC listing is missing the physical fingerprint sensor, meaning the Realme C20 may feature only face recognition for security. These two features suggest that the upcoming handset could possibly be watered-down compared to the C15.

We can expect to find out more Realme C20 specifications in the future via leaks as the launch draws closer, so stay tuned.