Realme C33 to Arrive in Pakistan By November; Expect Ultra-value for a Meagre Price

Sohail Akhtar

On September 6th, Realme unveiled a new entry-level smartphone branded C33. The phone is out for quite a while, and considering the brand’s usual release cycle, the new Realme C35 sibling must be on its way to Pakistan. In all likelihood, it should arrive in the first week of November. The phone has a refreshing design featuring three color options. Let’s have a look.

With its unicolor skin, gradient light-shifting texture, and flat edges, the Realme C33 has a fabulous look with no camera bump and a color palette that includes Aqua Blue, Night Sea, and Sandy Gold. It has two circular camera units on the back, lifted directly from the shell.

The camera units individually house a 50MP (primary) and a 0.3MP (secondary) sensor inside Realme C33. With a 5MP selfie snapper residing under the V-notch of the display. The whole setup is capable of recording videos at 1080p 30FPS.

Despite its elegant back design, the display on the front is of mediocre quality. Realme's new C model measures 6.5-inches in size with thick bezels and an IPS (720 x 1600p) HD+ resolution. There is no display protection or IP rating here — the whole package clocks at 187 grams in weight and 8.3mm in thickness.

With a robust battery capacity of 5000mAh, the C33 can live on standby for up to 37 days. The phone has a somewhat standard 10W charging speed. It comes factory packed with either 3GB RAM and 32GB storage or a slightly higher but expensive 4GB + 64GB storage.

The handset comes with the Android 12 x Realme UI 3.0 system powered by the Unisoc T616 chipset. It’s a 12nm processor with an integrated Mali-G52 MP2 GPU. With a side-facing fingerprint scanner, a Type-C USB port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, Realme C33 is likely to cost around PKR 26,000 at launch.


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