Introducing Realme C30 – Realme’s low-end smartphone for the Indian market

Introducing Realme C30 – Realme’s low-end smartphone for the Indian market

Introducing Realme C30 – Realme’s low-end smartphone for the Indian market

News unit : Late March 2022, Realme from a cheap smartphone called Realme C31 unveiled. Now, about three months have passed since that date, Realme has introduced another smartphone from the C family. Of course, don’t expect a name like C32 or a number higher than that, because Realme has gone one number behind in naming this product and the name Realme C30 has chosen for it. Realme C30 is a cheap smartphone, and considering the low specifications – including the not very powerful chip made by Unisoc and the presence of only an 8-megapixel camera on the back – one cannot expect much from it. Please accompany us with the complete introduction of this product.

Perhaps the first point that attracts the viewer’s attention is the presence of three-dimensional parallel lines on the back of the phone. Realme called this type of design Vertical Stripe and claimed that these ridges They make the phone easier. The device is designed in dimensions of 8.5 x 75.6 x 164.1 mm and weighs 182 grams.

The phone has a 6.5-inch LCD display with HD+ resolution. The manufacturing company has used the word “full screen” in the description of this display, but due to the screen-to-body ratio – which is declared equal to 88.7% – it cannot be considered a real full-screen display. Needless to say, the sampling rate of the touch screen is 120 Hz, and a water drop notch can be seen above it.

In the making Realme C30 uses a not so powerful Unisoc T612 chip. This 12 nm chip from two 1.8 GHz cores Cortex-A75 and 6 cores Cortex-A55 and the unit Its graphics processing Mali-G57 neural processors. It’s good to know that this chip scored 176,932 in the AnTuTu benchmark (apparently version 9).

Depending on the model, 2 or 3 GB of RAM (LPDDR4x type) is available to the user. The internal memory of the phone is also 32 GB and of UFS 2.2 type. There is no doubt that the performance and speed of UFS 2.2 is higher compared to eMMC 5.1 and it transfers files faster. Not to mention, the storage can be expanded up to another 1TB thanks to microSD support.

It can be said that among the same categories, Realme C30 is one It has one of the simplest cameras. In the module behind the device, next to the LED flash, there is only one 8-megapixel camera, which is placed behind a 4-piece lens with an aperture of f/2.0. The features of this camera include night mode, time-lapse photography, portrait mode, panorama, professional mode, HDR, various filters, and video recording with 1080p resolution and 30 frames per second. The selfie camera is also 5 megapixels (f/2.2) and in addition to beautification, HDR and photography filters, it can record 720p video at 30 frames per second.

A large 5,000mAh battery powers the Realme C30, which comes with a 10W charger. is charged By activating the Ultra Saving Mode, the phone can stay on standby for up to 45.3 hours with only 5% battery. It should be noted that this 5% battery reserve provides the energy needed for 4 hours of listening to music with Spotify, 2.3 hours of conversation or 1.5 hours of chatting on WhatsApp.

Realme UI Go Edition user interface (based on Android 11) forms the software part of this phone. In this user interface, we see lighter applications that work easily even with 2 GB of RAM. Realme C30 is a dual-SIM phone (Nano type) and in it, in addition to two SIM card slots, a separate slot is also dedicated to microSD. Needless to say, the phone’s fingerprint sensor is also embedded on the edge of the device.

The limitations of the device’s chip do not provide the possibility of connecting to the 5G network, and realme C30 is considered a 4G phone. Bluetooth 5.0, headphone jack and support for GLONASS, GPS and Galileo routers are among the other communication features of this phone. The disappointing thing is that the old microUSB port is used in realme C30. “Realme C30″>Realme C30 has been produced in blue (Lake Blue) and green (Bamboo Green) colors and its sale in the Indian market will officially start from June 27 (July 6). The base version of this phone – with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage – is priced at INR 7,499, which is roughly equivalent to US$96 at the current exchange rate. For the more powerful model with 3GB of RAM, you have to pay 8,299 rupees ($106).

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