“The Realme C3s will boot ColorOS 7, which is based on Android 10, instead of Realme UI”
Following last week’s NBTC certification, the Realme C3s has now popped up on FCC with RMX2020 model number. The new listing reveals the handset’s design, software, and Wi-Fi details, which were not known until now. The Realme C3s’ back panel, per FCC, will pack an oblong camera module at the top right corner, which seems to house a single sensor. The module looks quite big to ship with just one camera sensor, therefore we can expect it to pack an additional depth sensor or wide-angle lens with LED flash. Of course, these are mere speculations and we’d advise you to take it with a pinch of salt until further clarification.
Apart from this, the Realme C3s will sport a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and run ColorOS 7, which is based on Android 10, instead of the brand’s own Realme UI. The FCC database further reveals that the handset will support only single Wi-Fi band with 2.4GHz frequency. That’s all the information we can divulge at the moment.
The Realme C3s, meanwhile, is expected to be the successor of Realme C2s that was recently announced in Thailand. The handset is mere a rebranded version of the Realme C2 smartphone, so we can expect the Realme C3 to pretty much the same features and design as the C3s. Incidentally, the Realme C3 was recently spotted on the website of Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). The listing reveals that the handset will come with model number RMX1941 and support 4G LTE connectivity.
While the rest of the specifications of the Realme C3 are unknown at the moment, we’re expecting it to be a notch better than its predecessor. The Realme C2, to recall, was launched in India at a starting price of Rs 5,999. The handset packs a 6.1-inch HD+ dewdrop display, Helio P22 SoC, and a 4,000mAh battery. The phone rocks 13MP + 2MP dual rear cameras and 5MP shooter on the front for selfies and video chats.