Realme C33 Unveiled; A Low-cost Conqueror with Elegant Build & Feisty Specs

Sohail Akhtar

"Realme C33," the company's brand-new addition to its entry-level smartphone catalog, silently went official today. In line with the brand's usual debut timeline, the device should be available in Pakistan by the end of this year. If you want to replace or buy the best entry-range, value-for-money handset, wait for C33 to hit the market.

Realme C35's new sibling boasts a slender design with unicolor skin, gradient light-shifting texture, and flat edges. The phone's color palette includes Aqua Blue, Night Sea, and Sandy Gold. It has a dual-cam layout lifted directly from the shell — no camera bump.

Two units individually house a 50MP primary sensor and a 2MP macro sensor inside the Realme C33. The setup is capable of recording videos at 1080p 30FPS. A 5MP selfie snapper resides under the V-notch of the display.

Although the back design of the C33 is elegant, the screen quality on the front is rather average. You are looking at slightly thick bezels on the display that measures 6.5-inch size with (720 x 1600p) HD+ resolution. It allegedly uses Corning Gorilla Glass protection.

C33 offers a decently sized 5000mAh battery pack tailored to charge with a 10W power brick. The company advertises 37 days of standby time with this phone. The base variant pairs 3GB RAM with 32GB storage, but you can pay extra for a 4+64GB variant.

At the core of Realme C33, you will find a Unisoc T616 chipset (12nm processor with integrated Mali-G52 MP2 GPU) powering the Android 12 x Realme UI 3.0 system. A side-facing thumbprint scanner, Type-C USB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and support for microSD storage expansion. The expected base Realme phone price starts from ~PKR 26,000. It can land in Pakistan in the weeks ahead, we'll keep you posted on further developments.         


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