Realme is betting big on budget space, and it’s evident in its current product line-up. Realme currently offers the Realme C2 (C2 2020) on its ultra-budget segment, with the realme 5i and realme 5 just a couple dollars away. But things do happen fast for Realme, and the new player is now again ready to refresh its ultra-budget offerings with the Realme C3.
In fact, FCC just cleared the Realme C3 which means the launch is just around the corner. While the listing didn’t reveal the specification of the device, it gave a schematics of which shows few interesting details.
Unlike the Realme C2, the alleged Realme C3 now has a vertical camera design. There’s just a single camera lens, but there’s still a lot of space and we could only hope for a quad or triple-camera setup. Surprisingly, the Realme C3 will also be the first of the C series to feature a fingerprint sensor, as shown. This is interesting as we may see other manufacturers doing the same thing with their ultra-budget offerings.
While we didn’t see what’s on the front, it’s safe to assume that we will be expecting the same display from the Realme C2.
Finally, the screenshot tells us that the smartphone will come pre-installed with ColorOS 7.0 which by the way is now realme UI 1.0. That means, it’ll be one of the first devices confirmed to ship with Android 10 this year.
As mentioned, that’s only what we know so far of the Realme C3. There’ll be more details soon, as we are nearing the launch.