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Here are the official specs & renders of the upcoming Realme C11

Although the Realme C11 will only be officially announced on June 30th, but most of its official specs and renders of the device is already available.

For starter, the Realme C11 will feature a 6.5-inches dewdrop-notch display with HD+ screen resolution. Although the details of its front selfie isn’t revealed, but its expected to be a 5 megapixels/ 8 megapixels sensor.

Over at the back, the Realme C11 is fitted with a squaurish camera housing which closely resembles what we saw on the budget-friendly Honor 9S. This module is home to a dual-cameras setup which include a 13 megapixels main camera and a 2 megapixels depth sensor.

Moving on, there will also be a LED flash located towards the right of the rear camera sensors. Moreover, its rear cameras also comes with support for the Super Nightscape Mode dedicated for low-light photography.

Under the hood, the Realme C11 will be the first device in the world to be driven by the latest MediaTek Helio G35 SoC. In the memory department, there will be an option between 2GB+32GB or 3GB+32GB configurations. If the storage isn’t sufficient, the device will be able to support microSD card for memory expansion as well. Of course, the Realme C11 has a 3.5mm headphone jack as well.

As with most other Realme “C” series smartphones, the upcoming Realme C11 will also be fitted with a massive 5,000mAh battery at the helm. On the software-side, we can expect it to run on the custom Realme UI based on Android 10. The Realme C11 will be available in two different colorways including Mint Green and Pepper Grey.

For those who’d missed out, the Realme “C” series smartphones had achieved a new milestone as its user base exceed 13 million globally.

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