Realme C12 Review

Realme C12 Review, Pros and Cons – Realme launched its C series most affordable smartphone known as C12. A few days ago, this phone launch in Indonesia and its officially released via launch event on August 18 in India alongside its C15 sibling. The Realme C12 key sale point will be its 6000 mAh battery, which is the Realme C series’s specialty. So, let’s see the Realme C12 Review.

Realme C12 Review

Highlight

  1. It features an IPS LCD with a decent amount of pixels density.
  2. It is powered by the Helio G35 processor onboard.
  3. A triple camera setup which presents a 13MP moderate camera intact with 5MP selfie port.
  4. An enormous 6000 mAh battery juice charged by 10W port.
  5. The phone tailored out to cost around $120 (8,999 INR).

Design and Display

It represents the regular plain yet sleek design of the C series on the C12. Although, the bezels reduced from the upper portion of the front screen, and a chunky bottom remains as usual. A V notch display comes with a size of 6.5 inches IPS LCD panel, including 720 p resolution and 270 pixels density. Plus, corning glass protection is installed on the device.

Memory and Internal

As for the software, you didn’t need to worry about it at all because it appears to have Realme UI 1.0 based on Android 10 for better usage inbuilt features.

An octa-core equipped MediaTek Helio G35 works as a powerhouse that runs the software precisely and adequately. At the same time, multitasking can be achieved easily through the processing unit. Apart from this, it gets a single memory variant of 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage configuration with dedicated secondary storage.

Camera

A selfie port of 5MP V-notch waterdrop type didn’t that much area in the screen while, on the other hand, the 13MP primary camera joint by the combo of two 2MP monochrome and retro unit on the board. As compared to the C15, it ditched the 8 MP selfie camera is replace by 5MP.

Battery and Price

The Li-Po 6000 mAh battery runs in the veins to the phone with 10W charging that uses the micro USB port. Simultaneously charging could be a cumbersome task as it takes around two and a half hours. It doesn’t mean that it compromises battery life, on the other hand C12 holds bulky battery life.

Following this, the company inserted the fans favorite 3.5 mm jack port with amazing sound quality. You will get the fingerprint reader, accelerometer, proximity, and compass set to enhance the technical performance.

The Realme C12 phone is available in India and Indonesia, and a few other countries were Realme sells their devices at the expected price $120 (8,999 INR)