If you are thinking to purchase a mobile phone with good features and at a budget price then Real me C3 is the best option. Real me C3 has a new gradient pattern called sunrise design which looks nice dreamy.
Real me C3 has a 6.5 inch HD Plus display with a 22-9 aspect ratio this makes the smartphone tall and slim. So it’s relatively comfortable to hold and use.
The display gets bright enough outdoors but the viewing angles could have been slightly better. Face recognition works and it unlocks the smartphone quickly in different lighting conditions.
The sim tray on Real me C3 is just above the volume button on the left and has 3 card slots for two nano Sims as well as a micro SD card. The Real me C3 with a micro USB port which is a little disappointing the competition in this price segment has already moved on to a USB type-c port and I wish Real me would have done the same.
In software field Real me has taken a new direction the mobile phone no longer runs color OS like its older siblings instead it runs really UI 1.0 which is based on android 10 this is the first smartphone from the company to ship with Android 10 out of the box.
The new Real me UI is similar to stock Android and I like the layout quite a bit sadly there is still a fair amount of bloatware pre-loaded. Real me also offers dark mode and it looks good. There is focus mode as well which stops notifications from distracting you for a fixed duration
The new Mediatek Helio G70 processor and is available in two variants 3 GB and 4 GB. The Real me series performance is surprisingly good for the price we did not notice any lag while scrolling through the menus and while multitasking. It could multitask easily without needing to kill apps in the background.
we played pub G mobile on the Real me C3 and it defaulted to the high preset with graphics set to HD and frame rate set too high we did notice occasional stutter at these settings and the game worked better when we turned them down. The Real me C3 gets slightly warm to the touch after playing for 15 minutes at the high settings.
This phone packs in a big 5000 MAH battery which supports reverse charging and delivered with excellent battery life it lasted us for close to two full days on a single charged with heavy usage in an HD video. The 10 watt charger takes over two hours to charge from 0 to 100 percent just quite slow.
The Real me C3 had a dual camera set up at the back with 12 MP AI. When takes good pictures in daylight. The Real me C3 was quick to lock focus and get a fair job of metering light which is of quality better than other smartphones at this price range can produce.
The camera performance is good and acceptable for the price starting at just 6999/- rupees for the base variant. The Real me 3 is an easy smartphone to recommend however if the smartphone not came with a USB type-c port and not had a fingerprint scanner.