The cheapest Realme smartphone for $96 has been released. It has excellent autonomy and bright design


Realme is churning out smartphones like hot cakes and is not going to stop. Realme C30 premiered today . This is a budget-class device that intends to win the hearts of the audience with its striking design. And at this price, he has every chance of becoming a hit.

The Realme C30 has flat, iPhone-like edges and is just 8.5mm thick. The back cover has an unusual ribbed finish, and inside there is a 5000 mAh battery – this is very good.

At the front, the C30 has a 6.5-inch IPS HD+ display with a waterdrop notch for an 8-megapixel front camera and a massive chin that makes the model belong to the budget segment. Responsible for performance is the Unisoc T612 processor, which works in conjunction with 2/3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of permanent memory. If the latter is suddenly not enough, you can use a microSD flash drive up to 1 TB.

The camera of the smartphone is single, with a resolution of 8 MP, and the novelty is running Android 11 in a simplified version of the Realme UI Go Edition interface.

Of the major compromises, one can single out the archaic microUSB port, which is inconvenient on its own and does not support fast charging, so the phone is limited to a modest 10 watts. Also, Realme C30 lacks an NFC module.

The Realme C30 will go on sale on June 27th for $96 for the base variant with 2GB of RAM. The version with 3 GB of RAM will cost more – $ 105.

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