Entry-level Realme C20 Announced With MediaTek Helio G35 and a 5000 mAh Battery

Faisal Rasool

Realme's C-series has a neat, consistent naming scheme. From Realme C11 to C17, the budget models get progressively more expensive. But the newly-released Realme C20 veers off from this convention. It’s an entry-level phone with the lowest-end specs in the C-lineup.

Realme C20 made its debut in Vietnam, featuring a very familiar body and design. This recycled build comes in blue and charcoal colors. A reflective finish rounds off this plastic shell. And a squarish camera plate occupies its corner. 

Out on the front, the 6.5” screen — a standard 720P IPS LCD —  has a notch bleeding into it. It’s used to house a low-res 5MP camera. A single-camera lives inside the plate on the back, alongside an LED flash. Realme C20’s optical setup supports 1080P video recording, HDR, portrait, and night mode.

Unlike Realme C15 smartphones, the C20 lacks a fingerprint scanner of any sort. Similarly, the USB interface is the obsolete micro-USB port. But the storage can be expanded with a microSD card and a 3.5mm headphone jack is available.

MediaTek Helio G35, which came out in 2020, powers the Realme C20. Multi-tasking is handled by 2GB of memory, and you get 32GB of storage. A massive 5000 mAh battery backs up this hardware without fast charging support. Lastly, the Android10-based RealmeUI runs on the C20.

Realme C20 starts from VND 2,490,001 (~ Rs. 17,000.) No word yet on when Realme will introduce the phone in Pakistan.


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