Realme C11 has been in the information for really some time now as it is envisioned to be the forthcoming smartphone in the firm’s finances-pleasant C sequence. Now, what seems to be a leaked poster for the phone states that Realme C11 will attribute a 6.5-inch show and have “Nightscape Dual Camera”. The phone is anticipated to be declared in Malaysia quickly and is mentioned to be run by the but to be unveiled MediaTek Helio G35 SoC. The Realme C11 does not have a release day as of but.
As per the image in the tweet by tipster who goes by the title ‘I am myself’, the Realme C11 will have a notched show for the selfie camera and trim bezels on the aspect. The bottom bezel, nevertheless, is comparatively thick. The image, that seems to be a leaked poster of the phone, demonstrates the Realme C11 in two colours, a eco-friendly-ish and a grey variant. It states that the phone will attribute a 6.5-inch mini-fall fullscreen show and a 5,000mAh battery.
The image also demonstrates the camera placement that was concealed in the previous teaser by the corporation. The Realme C11 is mentioned to appear with dual rear cameras housed in a square module that also consists of the flash. As per the leaked image, “Nightscape Dual Camera” hints at the presence of a devoted night time mode in the Realme C11.
More, the speaker grill, 3.5mm headphone jack, and charging port are also visible in the image. Even so, it is unclear no matter if the phone utilizes a Micro-USB or Style-C port for charging. Notably, there is no finger-print scanner on the back again and it is not likely that it will appear with an in-show scanner.
The Realme C11 was initially spotted in an NBTC certification listing with mode variety RMX2185 and the title “realme C11”. The only piece of info out there from that listing was the presence of LTE connectivity.
As of now, Realme has not shared the actual launch day for the phone but it is envisioned to be unveiled in Malaysia quickly.
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