On 5th March, Realme will be all set to launch its C21 model. The phone is on the Malaysian market and a social media teaser poster proves that a 5,000mAh battery will be packed with it. In January this year, the Realme C21 succeeds the Realme C20. While the specs for the battery remain identical among the two models, it is safe to speculate that camera and processor improvements are made compared with their predecessor from the next Realme C21.
The company took its Facebook page from Malaysia to declare Realme C21’s arrival on the market. This Friday, 5 March, all mobile phones will be launched in Malaysia. The teaser poster helps in giving an insight into the phone’s internal components. The power of the battery is 5,000mAh and, according to the company, the RealmeC21 can stand for up to 47 days which is extraordinary.
Specs of Realme C21:
- If we talk about the performance of Realme C21, it has Octa-Core and a 2.3 GHz MediaTek Helio with G353 GB RAM.
- Coming to the display, the phone does not disappoint. It has 6.5 inches (16.51 cm) screen with 270 PPI and IPS LC.
- Talking about the battery, as we told above, it has a 5000 mAhFast Charging. The users will be provided with a Micro-USB Port in the phone.
In addition, the post argues the user can operate 1.43 hours of WhatsApp, 1.36 hours of Youtube, and 4.78 hours of Spotify, with just a 5% battery charge on Realme C21. At 12 noon in March, Realme looks forward to unveiling telephone details. Besides this, we have little else on the phone, which the company should disclose, including designs, later this week, pricing, and details.
Recently Realme C21 was found on an Indonesian Telecom site with an RMX3201 model number, which also indicates its launch in Indonesia.
The same model number has also been found on the NBTC certification site of Thailand. Realme C21 is guessed according to tipsters that it supports 10W charging. Also, there are high chances that it will come with 2.4GHz WiFi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity. The phone should run with Realme user interface 1.0, which is based on Android 10. When that telephone starts on the Indian market, there is no official word. So technically, we cannot say anything much but yes, according to tipsters, it is coming soon.