Realme C35 Benchmarked on Geekbench; Key Specs Include a UNISOC Chipset and 4GB RAM

Faisal Rasool

Realme has been dropping premium to mid-range phones left and right recently, but entry-level releases slowed down in the past few months. Realme C25Y was the last one to drop in Pakistan, However, the brand might start picking up pace again since two entry-level phones are lined up to be launched soon. One of these, the C35, was spotted on a benchmarking database.


You can find the pre-release benchmarks of the Realme C35 on Geekbench 5, a popular cross-platform benchmark. It’s listed there under the model number “RMX3511.” The score sheet contains the CPU figures and a few system specs.

With the Realme C25Y that came out in the fall last year, Realme switched from MediaTek chips to Unisoc silicon. The Realme C35 follows its footsteps, featuring yet another obscure, low-performing Unisoc chip. 


Expected to be Out soon at an affordable Realme mobile price, the CPU of the C35 is split into eight cores, clocked at 1.95 GHz max. Realme UI 2 x Android 11 powers the phone, even though the Realme UI 3 is already being rolled out. And you get at least 4GB of memory.

 

Coming back to the scores, the Realme C35 hits 365 points on its single-core tests. And it reaches 1394 points when engaging all cores. Based on these numbers alone, you can expect performance comparable to the Realme C25Y. Note that pre-release benchmarks are rarely precise.

Almost all phones in the Realme C-series share a homogenous design language. So far, none of these phones have managed a full HD screen resolution either. So you can expect the Realme C35 to rock a familiar design and screen too. Realme also has another C-series phone called the Realme C31 in store for us. But it remains a mystery for now.