Realme C11 will soon arrive in Europe
The Realme C11 has been soaking-up a lot of publicity inside the Android budget arena ever since its release at the end of last month. The phone has managed to land in India a few days back, so its business expansion might not be finished yet. The Realme C11 will arrive in Europe very early, according to industry sources.
The estimated price point is a little steeper than the RM429 and INR 7,499, and is currently retailing for in Malaysia and India, placing the handset at about EUR 100 to 120. This, though, remains reasonably consistent with global demand for the Redmi 9A and 9C – its immediate competitors, respectively available for base models at EUR 99 and EUR 119.
In addition to 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of expandable storage, the Realme C11 is designed around a MediaTek Helio P35 chipset and a 6.5-inch, HD+, LCD touchscreen. With a modern square design, it has two cameras on the back including a 13MP main snapper and a 2MP depth sensor. This offer decent portrait feature, 1080p photo capture and slow-motion, backed-up by "Ai Camera" technology. There is an impressively-big 5,000 mAh battery that holds the light going, able to charge 10W via a microUSB slot. Realme claims one fee will be sufficient for up to 12.1 hours of play, 21.6 hours of recording, 31.9 hours of calling and a whopping 40 days of spare time.
Colors offered include mint green and pepper gray on a body advertised as "splash-resistant." A reading of a fingerprint is a conspicuous absence from the list of features, but other than that, the Realme C11 manages to offer quite the value proposition.