Realme C3s Certified by Bluetooth SIG; Revealing a Triple-Camera Setup and a MediaTek Helio X20 SoC

Faisal Rasool

Realme C3s has already been signed off by the FCC, and the phone has now appeared in a Bluetooth certification listing, hinting that its launch is close at hand. Realme hasn’t teased any specifications or shared a release schedule, but the Bluetooth certification confirms the model number, tying it to the previously leaked key specifications. 

Buried deep in the listings, the Realme C3s is listed as the model RMX 2020. And as per the leaks, the phone features a 6.5-inch panel that produces an FHD+ resolution. On the rear shell sits a triple-camera system with a modest 13-megapixel main lens and a pair of 2-megapixel secondary shooters -- likely an ultrawide and a depth assist sensor. 

The design details aren’t out yet but if Realme’s portfolio is anything to go by, you might be looking at a notched display. The front-facing camera inside the notch has been tipped to be an entry-level 5-megapixel snapper. Also part of the rear-facing panel is a physical fingerprint reader. The FCC listing has confirmed a vertically-stacked camera setup on the top-left corner and the centered fingerprint scanner layout.

Under its hood, the phone is driven by a budget-centric MediaTek Helio X20 chipset with a Mali T880 MP4 GPU baked into it. Healthy speculation has it that this chipset will be rounded off by 3 GB of RAM and storage expandable up to 256 GB. Further, this SoC offers 4G LTE and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The hardware will be powered by a 5,000 mAh battery and will ship with ColorOS 7 (Oppo’s Android-10-based UI.) 

The Bluetooth listing doesn’t detail any other specs but the phone has also been certified by Thailand’s NBTC, so an official announcement for the device isn’t far off.