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Realme C11 launched with Redmi 9C-like hardware

The Realme C11 is Realme's new entry-level smartphone
The Realme C11 is Realme's new entry-level smartphone (image via Realme)
The Realme C1 is the company's latest affordable smartphone that costs RM 429 ($100). It comes with a MediaTek Helio G35 SoC, a 5,000mAh battery, two rear cameras, and a micro USB port. The phone is up for sale in Malaysia and is expected to make its way to other markets in the coming weeks.

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Realme has launched its latest Realme C11 smartphone in Malaysia today. It comes mere minutes after Redmi lifted the veil off the Redmi 9A and 9C. The phone is quite similar to the latter in many regards and is even priced the same. It also happens to run MediaTek's latest Helio G35 SoC. There appears to be only one variant of the phone priced at RM 429 ($100).

The Realme C11 comes with a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD panel. Memory options start with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Additional storage can be added via a micro SD card. The phone's rear camera array consists of a 13MP lens and a 2MP depth sensor. Its 5MP selfie camera is nestled at the waterdrop style notch on the screen.

Lastly, the Realme C11 is powered by a 5,000mAh battery. Unfortunately, there is no support for any form of fast charging. To make matters worse, the phone comes with a micro USB port. Much like the Redmi 9C, the phone is available only in Malaysia and is expected to make its way to other markets in the coming weeks.

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Anil Satyanarayana, 2020-06-30 (Update: 2020-06-30)
Anil Satyanarayana
I've been an avid PC gamer since the age of 8. My passion for gaming eventually pushed me towards general tech, and I've been a stereotypical 'nerd' ever since. I have a degree in mechanical engineering and have worked in the manufacturing industry. When I'm not writing news on Notebookcheck, you can find me playing or watching an intense match of DOTA 2