Realme seems to be gearing up to launch its new C-series smartphone in Vietnam soon. The upcoming smartphone is said to be the Realme C21Y which is tipped to be the first Realme handset that comes with Android Go instead of a normal Android version. A popular tipster Chun has shared a post on his official Twitter account revealing some of the specifications of the phone, along with a live render. Let’s have a closer look at the specifications and features of the upcoming Realme C21Y.
Realme C21Y Leaked Specifications
According to the tipster, the upcoming Realme C21Y will feature a 6.5-inch HD IPS display, with a peak brightness of 420 nits. Under the hood, the smartphone is said to launch with a Spreadtrum T610 chipset, clubbed with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The upcoming smartphone is tipped to run on Android Go 11 which is the stock Android.
realme C21Y will release in Vietnam soon and it's the 1st realme (aka OPPO, aka BBK) phone to use Android Go instead of normal Android. Specs
6.5 inch HD IPS display, 420 nits (C21 is 400 nits)
Spreadtrum T610, 4/64GB
Android Go 11 (stock Android according to realme) pic.twitter.com/XTUsIRjx5j
— Chun (@chunvn8888) June 9, 2021
The tipster has also revealed the live image of the Realme C21Y revealing the entire design of the phone. At the back, the handset features a square-shaped camera bump that houses a triple-rear camera setup along with an LED flash. The rear panel also houses a fingerprint scanner placed at the centre.
According to the leakster, the Realme C21Y will arrive with similar specifications to the Realme C21 except for the Android version and chipset. The handset is said to feature a triple rear-camera setup with the combination of a 13MP primary sensor, clubbed with 2MP depth and 2 MP macro lens. Upfront it houses a 5MP camera sensor which sits underneath the waterdrop notch design. The smartphone is said to pack a 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging support. Do note that the company is yet to reveal the phone officially and we recommend you take this information with a pinch of salt.
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