Realme C21 to Launch in Pakistan Soon; Here Are the Pricing and Storage Details of the Pakistani Variant

Faisal Rasool

After the Realme C17 & C15 launch, the C21 is the newest entry in Realme’s budget C-series. Following its debut, it’s now headed to Pakistan, sources told WhatMobile. We also have the suspected pricing and memory details. It’s built on the same formulaic design as the C-series phones, so there’s little to unpack here.

We start with the Realme C21’s shell that adopts the ‘geometric’ plastic finish, available in Cross Blue and Cross Black colors. It’s used to house a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, triple-camera, and back-firing speaker. 

Flip the C21 over to find a tall, notched screen and a noticeable bezel surrounding it. You’re looking at a 6.5” IPS LCD that fills a 20:9 aspect ratio and produces a 720P resolution (no high refresh or touch sampling bells and whistles to be found here.)

Next, we have the phone’s internal hardware. Realme C21 packs a massive 5000 mAh battery that keeps you going for longer since it only has to run a low-powered chip and display.

Software optimization can stretch that C21 battery life even further. Note that the phone doesn’t have a fast charging feature, but the new Realme mobile does support reverse charging.

The chipset at the heart of the Realme C21 is the 12nm Helio G35 from MediaTek’s line of budget gaming platforms. It’s paired with 4GB of memory and 64GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. There’s also a 32GB variant, but it won’t be released in Pakistan, at least alongside the 64GB edition. Both options offer up to 256GB of storage expansion.

Realme C21 has a low-end camera array to match too. You get a 13MP f/2.2 primary lens and two 2MP portrait and macro sensors. The selfie camera is a modest 5MP. Together, these optics feature nightscape mode, chroma boost, and slo-mode recording. It’s expected to start anywhere between Rs. 17,999 and Rs. 19,999.