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Plus And Minus Realme C3 (3GB/32GB)

Realme C3
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  • Catchy, elegant 'Sunrise' rear design, almost like the Realme 5i - the rear panel produces a sun-ray sort of a pattern when light hits it which looks stunning.
  • Trendy, tear-drop notch front design - the bezels on the edges are impressively thin for smartphones at this price.
  • The matte-finished back with lines and patterns almost completely eliminates the probabilities of getting fingerprints or smudges - it also adds tons of grips and provides the phone a really solid, sturdy feel.
  • The 20:9 ratio makes the smartphone tall and slim, so it's relatively comfortable to carry and use.
  • Face recognition is quick to unlock the smartphone in several lighting conditions.


  • A bit heavy, at 195g



  • Large, 6.5 inch IPS display with HD+ resolution - the colors are vibrant with an honest amount of sharpness.
  • Sunlight legibility is additionally good - the display gets bright enough for comfortable outdoor use.


  • There's no Widevine L1 certification which suggests that you simply cannot enjoy HD content on Netflix and Amazon Prime.



  • The Realme C3 comes with Realme UI supported Android 10 which is far more streamlined and clean compared to the previous Realme phones - it still packs tons of useful features like Dark Mode, Focus mode, Game Space and private Information Protection.


  • There's still some bloatware that comes pre-installed.



Excellent performance for the worth - the MediaTek Helio G70 throws the competition out of the park and scores even higher at benchmarks than the much pricier Galaxy A51 and therefore the Oppo F15 - there is no noticeable lag in regular use and PUBG Mobile on the Realme C3 defaulted to High presets and ran fairly smooth.



  • Decent dual-camera setup for the worth - a 12MP primary shooter + a 2MP depth sensor.
  • In daylight, the Realme C3 is quick to lock focus and does a good job of metering light, photos look good and therefore the quality is best then what a number of the opposite smartphones at this price point can produce.
  • There's also an honest Macro mode which allows you to get very on the brink of the topic (focusing at an in-depth distance might be a problem though).
  • Decent portrait mode, with good edge detection (though, the standard could are better).
  • Decent video quality, with a choice to shoot slow-motion videos.


  • Low light photos are average, needless to say, they lack detail and are not very sharp.
  • Selfies are average too with inaccurate color tone and low sharpness and details.



Still offers the old MicroUSB, while the competition has started offering USB Type-C within the budget segment.



Impressive battery life with an enormous 5000 mAh battery - it lasts for 2 full days on one charge with moderate usage.


Charging is on the slower side with the 10W charger - it takes over 3 hours to charge the smartphone completely.



  • The Realme C3 is a simple smartphone to recommend and a solid update to the Realme C2 - it packs a strong SoC, battery life is superb, offers an outsized screen for media consumption and camera performance is suitable for the worth.


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