Realme C30 launches officially with a big 5,000 mAh battery. Realme introduced a second entry-level smartphone 3 months later than the C31 debut. Realme C30 is a budget smartphone. Realme C30 brings a 5,000 mAh battery and a huge 6.5″ display. Its C30 comes with the T612 chip from Unisoc.
It’s built on the 12nm process and features an octa-core processor with two Cortex-A75 units that operate at 1.8 GHz. On the front, we’ve got an LCD with HD+ resolution and a notch that is water-drop in size for the selfie camera that has 5MP.
There is only one 8-megapixel camera at the back, paired with one LED flash. The phone has 32GB of storage and 2/3GB RAM, but it also has a MicroSD slot to allow up to 1TB of additional space for music, photos, and other files.
Realme C30 launches officially with a big 5,000 mAh battery capacity
The tray also equipped with 2 nano-SIM cards. The phone features a dedicated UI called Realme Go Edition and is an update of the Android 11 namesake. It equipped with lighter apps with less power to function smoothly on just 2GB of RAM. Realme C30 Realme C30 is just 8.5 millimeters thick and sports stripes on the back.
It is flat on the sides, but at the bottom is a surprise for you that it is a micro USB port that can support charging up to 10W. There is at least a 3.5mm audio jack near the mic and the USB port. Color options include Bamboo Green or Lake Blue. Prices start at INR7,499 ($100/EUR90) and INR8,299 ($105/EUR100) according to the RAM you choose. The sales start on June 27 at Realme.com, Flipkart, and offline stores.