The Realme C30 is the Chinese brand’s newest entry-level phone, which has just arrived in India for a low price. It should eventually make its way to Pakistan and other parts of the world.
Display and Design
The 6.5-inch LCD on the Realme C30 sports a 720p resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. There is a thick bottom bezel and a U-shaped notch for the selfie camera. Because the phone lacks a fingerprint sensor, you’ll have to rely on PIN/pattern unlocking.
Storage and Internals
Under the hood, you’ll find the budget Unisoc T612 processor with 2 to 3GB RAM variants and only a single 32GB storage model, which, despite being a budget phone, is unexpectedly built on UFS 2.2 memory. A microSD card can be used to boost storage.
Unfortunately, you’ll get the out-of-date Android 11 operating system with the Realme UI on top.
On the back, there is only one camera, which is a huge 8MP lens capable of shooting 720p movies. The selfie camera inside the U-shaped notch is a 5MP snapper with 720p video recording capabilities.
Pricing and the Battery
The Realme C30 is equipped with a huge 5,000 mAh battery that should last for 2-3 days on regular use. There is no support for fast charging.
In India, the phone costs only $96; however, prices may vary somewhat in different countries.