Realme C15 is Coming to Pakistan during the First week of November; Bang for Your Buck and More

Faisal Rasool

The first week of November is going to be a busy week for Realme in Pakistan since the company will be launching the Realme 7 Pro nationwide. WhatMobile's sources report that the flagship-killer will be joined by the entry-level Realme C15 at the event. The phone was introduced earlier in July this year, and it will bridge the gap between Realme C12 and C17 that are already available. 

The Realme C15 is a value model, designed with a focus on best-in-tier battery performance. It has MediaTek's budget Helio G35 gaming process at its core, hooked up to a massive 6000 mAh battery that charges over 18W to save you charging times.

Not only is the G35 chipset light on resources, but its standard HD+ display isn't a battery hog either - - a feature set that presumably allows for 57-day standby, 60 hours of music streaming, 28 hours of video streaming, and as much as 10 hours of gaming. When you're running low, toggle on the power saving mode to get 107 minutes of WhatsApp out of the last 5% charge. 

Another defining feature of the Realme C15 would be the quad-camera that comes with an ultrawide camera (needless to say, it’s rare in this price bracket). It has an 8MP sensor behind it. Plus, a 119° field-of-vision. The standard camera is 13MP, paired with two extra 2MP cameras. Your selfies are taken with a generic 8MP camera. The C15's image processing supports a night mode and software-generated bokeh for portraits. 

Realme C15 has a notch on the front, a 6.5" display protected with Gorilla Glass, and an 88.7% screen-to-body ratio so the bezel profile isn't the most lightweight. You can secure your C15 with the rear-facing fingerprint scanner.

There's also some water resistance but no official rating. And the design follows Realme's new language and comes in two geometric colorways: Power Blue and Power Silver. It's available in 3GB + 32 GB and 4GB + 64GB configurations, and expected to start from Rs. 23,999.


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