RealMe C3


Key Features;

  • 6.5 inches display
  • Android 10 operating system
  • 3 GB RAM
  • 32 GB internal memory
  • Dual 12MP + 2MP rear camera
  • 5MP selfie camera
  • 5000 mAh battery capacity
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Design – Look, Feel, Features and Camera

Presented on the clean but cluttered webpage of your “local” online reseller, the RealMe C3 looks like most modern smartphones. It’s got a decently large 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen on the front, a fingerprint scanner on the back and a triple-lens rear camera when it comes to optics.

However, once you get your hands on the phone, no amount of grooves texturing can hide the plasticky feel gives away the game. Even if it packs in plenty of the perks found in more expensive devices, the RealMe can’t help but feel compromised.

The short version: it doesn’t take for the corner-cutting to make itself known and while the C3 comes with a lot of extras, I found these strengths were quickly overshadowed by the ways in which the device fumbles the fundamentals.

To begin with, there’s the screen. What little the C3 gains in usability through the size of its screen it loses in the quality of that screen. Likewise, the grill-style speaker at the bottom of the unit is surprisingly loud in action but all-too-easily muffled by your grip on the device.

There’s a Micro USB port (used for charging) on the bottom of the RealMe C3. There’s a headphone jack (used for the obvious) on the top. On the inside, there’s 3GB of RAM and 64GB of on-board storage.

RealMe don’t exactly have a pedigree for design aesthetics and the C3 suffers for it. Even at its best, the RealMe C3 struggles to feel like anything but a cheaper take on the essentials. It’s not that bad is the best it gets.

The bright color scheme aside, you’re unlikely to mistake this for an iPhone, something from Samsung’s Galaxy lineup or even an Oppo or Huawei device. As far as these things go, RealMe are giving LG a run for their money when it comes to looking generic.

As for the camera, the C3 provides a more than adequate example of why it isn’t just enough to have more lenses. The back of the device houses a 12-megapixel primary lens and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.

Somewhat predictably, that dual-camera setup doesn’t get you very far. Most of the time, shots I took with the C3 were either too blurry or incorrectly exposed to use for anything. I quickly gave up on this aspect of the device but here are some samples of that it can do.

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