Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme is launching its new budget smartphone in India on 18 August. The smartphone comes with a 6000 mAh battery, the device has a triple camera sensor on the back with LED flash.
The Realme C12 also comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and will provide a droplet style display notch. It comes as an upgrade to the Realme C11, which was launched in India last month.
The pice of Realme c12 in India is not revealed yet. But, given the fact that it debuts with an upgrade of the Realme C11, the price of the new model is supposed to be a bit more expensive. Realme C11 is Rs. 7,499 with 2GB RAM + 32GB storage variant. While Realme has also introduced the Realme C12 in Indonesia.
In Indonesia, Realme set the price of c12 is IDR 1,899,000 for 3GB + 32GB variant. The Realme C12 costs IDR 1,899,000 (roughly Rs. 9,600) for the lone 3GB + 32GB variant which is about Rs. 9,600 in India.
Realme c12 is packed with a 6,000mAh battery, As per Realme, the device can provide up to 57 days of standby time, 46 hours of talk time or 60 hours of music playback on a single charge. There is also a super power-saving mode, which allows voice calls up to 2.45 hours with just 2.3% charge.
It features a triple-lens rear camera setup with 13MP AI and LED flash. The selfie camera is set to 5 MP. It features an Helio G35 SoC Octa-Core Processor and works with 3GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage.
There is also a fingerprint scanner on the back of the C12, which works with Android 10.0 and comes with a default 10W charger. It will be available in Marine Blue and Coral Red colours.