Realme C1 Now Available Only In Realme Authorised Dealer Idris Electronics Raipur
Realme C1 features a notched display and dual rear camera setup, which are the highlights of the device. It also supports face unlock feature that the company says is backed by Artificial Intelligence. In terms of design, the front panel looks similar to Realme 2. The diamond cutting reflection design that we saw on Realme 1 and Realme 2 is now gone and the phone sports a glossy back finish.
Realme C1 design will remind you of Realme 2, especially from the front. It does not get the newer dewdrop-style notch like Realme 2 Pro, but a rectangular notch. The phone feels lighter when compared to Realme 2. It sports a fiberglass back cover with 2.5D glass finish. Given the price segment, I would say the phone feels very stylish and in no way feels cheap, which a lot of users will appreciate.
The display is 6.2-inch HD with 19: 9 aspect ratio. The viewing angles are decent and the colour reproduction is also okay. I did struggle to use the phone in the bright outdoors, but the display does a good job for the price.
Realme C1 gets 13MP+2MP dual rear cameras, which also support Portrait mode. It is good to see a dual camera at this price point and I would say the camera impresses. In my limited time with the device, I managed to click a few outdoor as well as indoor shots, which turned out to be sharp and detailed. I also feel the colour reproduction is close to natural, which is great. Low-light photography is something we will test in our full review.
Realme C1’s performance should be comparable to rivals in the price segment that also pack the octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor, though a more detailed verdict can be given only after review. The storage is an issue with Realme C1 as the phone is only being offered in 2GB RAM and 16GB storage option, which I feel is a little less. The storage is expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card slot.