Realme has officially launched yet another level entry smartphone. The launch does not come as a surprise as we had previously anticipated that the official launch will take place this week.
For some time now, the tech manufacturer has been invested in low-end devices. This only proves Realme’s interest in a growing customer base in low-end devices. The Realme C20A is also a low-end and device.
Specifications, features, and price
The Realme C20A arrives with a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a waterdrop notch for the 5MP selfie camera. At the back panel, the device also has a “Geometric Art Design.” This elegant setup houses a square-shaped camera setup with an 8MP primary camera along with an LED flash.
As expected, the Realme C20A smartphone is powered by the Helio G35 chipset. It also has 2GB RAM and also a 32GB of internal storage. This is a setback for the device, as there will be no space to install the necessary applications.
However, the tech manufacturers have made provision for a 256GB storage expansion option. This option would suffice in situations where the internal storage is not enough.
In the area of batter, the C20A device houses a 5000mAh battery that has wired reverse charging capability. We are not yet sure of the charging speed of the device, but we are assuming that it will arrive with 10W for fast charging.
Right now in Bangladesh, the Realme C20A is affordable, and it costs 8,990 BDT, which is approximately 105USD. We expect that the device will be well-received among its targeted audience. The device arrived in two colors Iron Grey and Lake Blue, and runs on the Android 10 operating system.
The Realme C20A is now available in Bangladesh for (~$105). The price is quite reasonable, and so, we would expect it to have a massive reception in the country. However, there will be stiff competition among the brands on the low end of the spectrum. The price and durability of the model may be essential parameters that determine a product’s acceptance.