Realme C12 Detail Review, Specifications, Buy Now at Rs. 8,999

Realme C12 Detail Review : Realme C12 and Realme C15 are launched on 18 August 2020. The phone comes with a 6.50-inch touchscreen display, 720×1600 pixel resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio. The Realme C12 is powered by a MediaTek Helio G35 processor with an octa-core. It features 3 GB of RAM. The Realme C12 is running Android 10 and is powered by a non-removable 6000mAh battery, Yet that’s the group of discount rates that continued its journey with. Realme is returning to that price segment with the C12 but with a different approach. In a certain price category, it prioritizes certain specifications which it thinks are very much in demand on a smartphone. And those things are the display and the battery, for Realme C12.

In Indonesia, on the other hand, Realme C15, priced at Rupiah 19.99,000 (about Rs 10.100) for the base 3 GB RAM/64 GB storage version, has also been introduced. The capacity is priced at Rupiah 21,99,000 (about Rs 11,100) for 4 GB RAM/64 GB. Then eventually, the capacity version 4 GB RAM/128 GB is rated at Rupiah 24.99,000 (about Rs 12.700). It’s hoped the company would hold comparable rates.

The Realme C12 price carries with it the massive 6000mAh battery and a 6.5-inch display for Rs 8,999, which are two of the smartphone’s main selling points. Of course, I’m trying to chat more than anyone else about these two things because the organization thinks you ‘re going to come in relatively more with them. But a few things you should learn about the Realme C12 which will allow you to understand its role.

The Realme C12 Detail Review, runs Android 10-based Realme UI and packages 32 GB of built-in storage, which can be expanded with a dedicated slot via microSD card (up to 256 GB). The Realme C12 is a dual-SIM smartphone (GSM and GSM) that accepts the Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards. The Realme C12 measures 164.50 x 75.90 x 9.80 mm and weights 209.00 grams.

Realme claims the C12 is not a successor to any of the C-series smartphones available. And the C12 does not actually take over from where the C3 leaves. All C12 and C3 are on simultaneous offer. And while you might think the processor is a downgrade anyway, the C12 gives you three cameras and a strong battery of 6000mAh to support its additional Rs 500 worth.

Realme C12 & Realme C15 launched in India, price starts at ₹8,999
Realme C12

The Realme C12 review in detail, networking solutions include Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, Micro-USB, 3 G , and 4 G (with Band 40 support provided by some LTE networks in India). Accelerometer, ambient light sensor, compass / magnetometer, proximity sensor and fingerprint sensor are used in the phone’s sensors. The Realme C12 stands for face decrypt.

Realme C12 is a well-built smartphone but, thanks to the huge battery inside, it is voluminous at 204 grams. This is a back polycarbonate that keeps the price down but doesn’t look cheap, by any way. Realme has the knack to give its smartphones nice designs and this time it has decided to go with other abstract forms, such as trapezium.

Realme C12 (Power Blue, 32 GB) (3 GB RAM)

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Key Specs

Launch Date : August 18, 2020 (Official)

Price : Rs. 8,999

Ram : 3 GB

Internal Memory : 32 GB

Front Camera : 5 MP

Rear Camera : 13 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP

Battery : 6000 mAh

Display : 6.5 inch

Processor : Mediatek Helio G35

Colors : Power Blue, Power Silver

Now coming to the key point of sale, the Realme C12 6000mAh battery is the one to please. Realme told me the battery of 6000mAh would last more than a day, but I still have to test the assertion. The battery does not help quick charging which is what you’ll get with Realme C15’s Rs 1,000 pricier. Realme C12 could prove a solid smartphone in two ways, the Battery and the Show. I’ll withhold my judgment before I have it checked, so stay tuned.

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