Realme C11 hits Europe and give a free Realme band to early buyers – Post Daily

After gaining Indian customers, Realme is working hard to make a name for itself in international markets. The next step taken by the company was taken today with the release of the economical Realme C11 smartphone in Europe. The super-budget device comes with a price of 99 euros in many countries such as Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Portugal and the Netherlands.

To make things even more interesting, the company will offer a free Realme Band for those who buy the device in the next 48 hours. The Realme Band usually sells for 25 euros, which is a quarter of the price of the phone. It is very good since it takes your phone and one of the first smart laptops made by Realme. Alternatively, you can get Realme Buds 2 for 10 euros or Buds Wireless for 20 euros. Students can receive an additional 5% discount.

The phone is available in Mint Green and Pepper Gray.


Under the hood, the Realme C11 features a MediaTek Helio G35 chipset, which is an Octa-Core chipset with 8x Cortex-A53 cores. It may not be as impressive as other chipsets running Cortex-A75 or A76 cores. But it’s really good at this price point. Last year, most low-end phones sold with Quad-Core chipsets. Now having an Octa-Core phone for the price of $ 100 is just amazing.

Plus, the C11 is more than just a phone with enough performance for most applications. It is a good device for multimedia consumption, as it has a 6.5-inch HD + LCD screen with a 5,000 mAh battery and reverses the charging support. The biggest downside is that there is no fast charging support, as it comes with a messy micro USB port. The battery will take some time to die thanks to the HD screen and the 12nm chipset. However, it will take several hours to charge. Another interesting point is that the fingerprint scanner is missing, so we do not have biometric authentication here.

On the front of the camera, we start with a mediocre 5MP selfie shooter. This camera is located in the notch of the headset and is enough for video calls and some mediocre selfies. Moving backwards, we have the main camera with 13MP resolution. This shooter combines with a 2MP depth unit. Despite its mediocre specifications, the software is fully equipped with advanced features such as Realme’s Nightscape feature. It is worth noting that the C11 was the first Realme device to land on the camera’s rectangular ground, a design aspect that has almost become mainstream this year.

The Realme C11 arrived in Malaysia in late June. The company shipped it to India on July 14 and now it finally arrives at European Buy.

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a Reply

Post Daily
Enable registration in settings - general
Compare items
  • Total (0)