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Realme C3, C3s confirmed to launch in India on February 6

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Realme C3, C3s confirmed to launch in India on February 6

Realme recently revealed that it will introduce new smartphones in the C-series. Now, the company has confirmed that it will be launching Realme C3 smartphone in India next month.

Madhav Sheth shared in Twitter, Realme’s C series now has 10.2 million users across the globe and that it has been highly successful in disrupting the entry-level segment.

Realme will bring more to the C series tomorrow, which means Thursday, January 30. While the teaser by Sheth tells us the timeline for the launch of Realme C3, its specifications and pricing remain unknown, He added.

Realme has confirmed that the company will launch Realme C3 on February 06, 2020. The launch will be live-streamed and it will begin from 12:30 PM onwards.

The company is terming the next budget-centric smartphone as the ‘Entertainment ka Superstar’. The live stream will be available on the company’s official Facebook page and Youtube.

There is a waterdrop notch at the front. The back panel is loaded with a vertically-aligned dual-camera setup at the top-left position along with a LED flash.

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The left might feature volume controls, while the right is loaded with power on/off button.

The image also reveals that the Realme C3 will be available in Blue colour option. That said, there is no information about the pricing and specifications of the upcoming budget-centric smartphone from Realme.

According to Sheth, Realme C-series “has been highly successful in disrupting the entry-level segment”, which is why a lot depends on the upcoming launch, expected to be the Realme C3. While Sheth didn’t reveal anything about the new device, including its design, specs, or features, the official marketing image suggests that it will have a single-camera setup at the back and a rather sizeable notch up front to house the selfie-cam. There’s also no visible fingerprint scanner on the device, which means it may not have any hardware-based biometric sensor at all.

Via: Beebom

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