Realme is a famous brand in the world of smartphones. It has been providing some great models to the customers for several years now. However, it caused a stir among the customers through its C series phones. Realme C series phones are very nice.
At present, some of the best smartphones in the market are a bit expensive, which is why some other well-known brands, including Realme, have taken up a big project. They have now decided to deliver some good quality smartphones at low prices, keeping in mind the customers' needs. Continuing that trend, Realme has come up with another new feature in its C series: "Realme C11".
Realme C11 is the best budget smartphone that can meet all the needs of a customer. Want to know more about this great model? For your convenience, we will now try to discuss Realme C11 price in Bangladesh in detail here. So let's get started.
Display and Design:
At first glance, if you look at Realme C11, you may think it is a sibling of Narzo 10A and the Realme C3. The rear has a textured matte finish made of polycarbonate and has multiple swirling lines, but it's no blur to look at or hold. The Realm C11 has corners around it, which makes it comfortable.
Below is a standard 3.5mm headphone jack, a micro-USB type port for charging, and a mono speaker. The phone has two separate slots for two Nano-SIM cards and a microSD card through which the memory can be expanded up to 256 GB.
Speaking of the display, the Realm C11 has a 6.5-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 720X1600 pixels and a screen-to-body ratio of 88.7 percent with a waterdrop-style notch that includes a 5-megapixel selfie shooter.
Realm C11 has a 12nm MediaTek Helio G35 chipset that is part of MediaTek's gaming-centric G-Series processor. The Helio G35 is a remake of the Helio P35 with some speed improvements. We tried running the synthetic benchmark app GeekBench 5, but surprisingly it crashed several times. However, the handset maker claims that the Realm C11 scored 41 percent higher in the benchmark test. We found it to be slightly slower during our use than the Realm C3, which costs a bit more than the newly launched C11.
The phone's performance was strictly average, and the apps started to lag when we tried to browse the internet and run apps in the background at the same time. In terms of gaming, this phone can only handle light games like Temple Run and the like.
RealMe C11 runs RealMUI based on Android 10, which is randomly free and neat to use and had a lot of pre-installed Bluetooth in the review unit, very similar to what we saw in Realme C3 and Narzo phones. The phone comes with a single configuration of 2GB RAM and 32GB RAM.
Camera and Battery:
The initial camera set-up includes a 13-megapixel primary lens and a 2-megapixel sensor with portrait mode. The 5-megapixel selfie camera can take decent selfies, but we've also lost some of the details in them. The front camera also has a portrait mode, and it works aggressively to introduce the bokeh effect in selfies and make them look a bit softer. Primary cameras can take 1080p video at a maximum of 30fps.
The 5,000mAh battery is the USP of the Realm C11, and it easily lasts about two days on average use. There is a 10W standard charger that recharges the battery via micro USB. Given the 10W charger, the battery takes about two hours to charge from 0 to 100 percent. Adding a USB Type-C port would make the C11 more real proof of the future. Another high point of the device is that it comes with a special OTG reverse charge; thus, Realme C11 makes a power bank for charging other smartphones.
The official price of Realme C11 in Bangladesh is BDT8,990.